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There are 3 comments on BU Lecturer Went to Hungary as a Fulbright Scholar. Now She’s Helping Ukrainian Refugees

  1. Thank you for this important story that sheds light on aspects of the war we don’t hear about as much: the need for peers for kids, the need to quickly learn a new language, how people who have fled get by each day.

  2. Thank you, Ms. Goss, for the good work you’re doing and for engaging others in trying to assist and support these refugees.
    I’m a fan of your writing, and it’s always nice to discover that an artist whose work one admires is also an admirable human being.

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