• Molly Callahan

    Senior Writer

    Photo: Headshot of Molly Callahan. A white woman with short, curly brown hair, wearing glasses and a blue sweater, smiles and poses in front of a dark grey backdrop.

    Molly Callahan began her career at a small, family-owned newspaper where the newsroom housed computers that used floppy disks. Since then, her work has been picked up by the Associated Press and recognized by the Connecticut chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. In 2016, she moved into a communications role at Northeastern University as part of its News@Northeastern reporting team. When she's not writing, Molly can be found rock climbing, biking around the city, or hanging out with her fiancée, Morgan, and their cat, Junie B. Jones. Profile

  • Jackie Ricciardi

    Staff photojournalist

    Portrait of Jackie Ricciardi

    Jackie Ricciardi is a staff photojournalist at BU Today and Bostonia magazine. She has worked as a staff photographer at newspapers that include the Augusta Chronicle in Augusta, Ga., and at Seacoast Media Group in Portsmouth, N.H., where she was twice named New Hampshire Press Photographer of the Year. Profile

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There are 4 comments on For These Identical Triplets, BU Was a Chance to Stand Apart as Individuals

  1. What a lovely story. And fascinating to hear of the different paths ahead for each of the sisters. So full of promise. At a time of so much darkness in our country, this story was a ray of sunshine.

  2. I found the article about the 3 B.U. undergraduate triplets: Gabriella, Zoe, and Maya Rice interesting.
    If I get to Martha’s Vineyard this summer for the B.U. events – I’ll look for Gabriella because I’d love to talk with her about The Museum of Fine Arts, and I have some great stories about my times at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. I think that it is great that Zoe found a faith-based community in Boston. I lived in Boston for almost 11 years, and I usually went to church alone even though I had like almost 300 friends through the years. I am glad that all three sisters attended B.U. That is a great story. Ran Charles Collins, SED of BU, 1976.

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