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“My family motivates me. I have an older brother and an older sister, and both definitely motivate me. They’re both really, really kind people who are giving and friendly. My sister is twenty-five [years old], and my brother is twenty-two [years old]. I think treating everyone as if they’re your best friend can really help people out. If they’re going through a tough time, you might not know it, but if you treat everyone really nicely, [you can make a difference]. You’ll be seen as a nice person, and you can help out a lot of people.”

(Sophomore)

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