• Allison Thomasseau (COM’14)

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There are 4 comments on Alternative Spring Breaks: Washington, D.C.

  1. This DC ASB group was an incredible group of students representing BU! I feel so lucky that I was one of the DC-area BU contacts chosen to host a dinner one night of their trip because they made MY day! They were fun-loving, passionate, caring and absolutely wonderful. While my daughter was in Chicago for ASB, my home was still filled with college bubbly students and I feel lucky to have shared a couple hours of my life with such an amazing group — yes Julie, Sam & crew, YOLO, so make it count!

  2. We were lucky enough to have the DC ASB group for dinner as well – my roommate and I are both BU (and ASB) alums and were more than happy to have them. Sam, Julie, Allison and the entire group were so passionate about volunteering and excited to spend their week volunteering – the true Terrier spirit! So happy to see the rest of the week went well, come back and see us!

  3. Everyone at Food & Friends sends their warmest heartfelt thanks to the BU group. Our clients, volunteers and staff appreciate your commitment of time and spirit. Food & Friends survives based on the support of thousands of volunteers. Giving up your Spring Break to help was spectacular. Thanks! Former F&F Board Chair

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