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Friday, November 25, 2005

Alumni Newsmakers: November 25, 2005

Raj Peter Bhakta '98, best known for his antics on Donald Trump's "The Apprentice," will be looking into his chances of earning the Republican Party nomination to run for the United States Congress for Pennsylvania’s 13th District.

Dennis Culhane, Ph.D. '90, has been named one of Esquire magazine's 30 "Best and Brightest" for 2005 for his pioneering research on homelessness in America. After earning his doctorate from BC, Culhane landed a job teaching social welfare policy at the University of Pennsylvania, where his work has shown that permanent supported housing for the chronically homeless is only marginally more costly than homeless shelters.

The Border Film Project, which seeks to capture the perspective of both immigrants coming to the United States and minuteman at the border attempting to stop them, is run by Boston College grads Brett Huneycutt '03 and Victoria Criado '03 and recently appeared on VivirLatino. The project was recently profiled in the Phoenix New Times.
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