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Yankees Fan Stereotypes Redefined

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Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
In high school, I was president of a club called girl up that had a common goal of uplifting women. Once a year we would host" Operation Beautiful" which encourage girls to come into school with no makeup on


United States
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I try to go out of my way to show people how I feel about them. I send little gifts just to let them know they are in my thoughts.
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I wish people were willing to accept differences and realize we have to all be here together. Why not make it a better place?


Hazlet, NJ
United States
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I think it is important to remember that everyone deserves a reason to smile each day. This is my main motivation as a student-nurse and it is my wish to be an advocate for patients and make them smile (especially in their times of need), because even the slightest act of kindness or compassion can make all the difference.


Staten Island, NY
United States
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I am usually a very upbeat person. I am always looking to help people out and will do anything for my friends. I'm always looking to cheer someone up and put a smile on somebody's face. I've done Relay for Life for 3 years here at QU and am now a Co-Chair for the Registration and Finance Department. Cancer is a subject that hits home with me so am I always looking to participate and donate to foundations fighting against cancer.
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