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There are 4 comments on F*ck It Won’t Cut It Student Coronavirus Safety Campaign Gets National Recognition

  1. I love that this campaign is student led, but were only COM students involved? They are the only ones ever mentioned. BU has undergraduate and graduate students who study health behavior and communication, were they involved? It seems like they should have been, and the fact that none are ever talked about makes it seem like the university decided to sideline them and their expertise in health behavior communication.

  2. It was the name that first drew my attention to this earlier. As a parent, I am very proud of these moments when students go above and beyond, Hailey, Hannah and other students involved in this initiative are inspirations for other students. My heartiest congratulations. Wish you all the best!!

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