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Benjamin Hughes

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Program & Office Coordinator, Office of Intercultural Education

Graduating from Bates in 2012, he studied philosophy, classical mythology and religion. During his career as a student, Benjamin was actively involved in the 2011 restructuring of the Office of Intercultural Education as a Program Assistant and Summer Fellow. He was drawn back to Bates, from his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, by the opportunity to continue working to improve the student experience as it relates to interacting across difference. Among his many hobbies, he enjoys writing, running, and engaging his peers in discussion on anything from philosophy to sports.


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    Information for foreign students studying at Bates. I-20's, Visas, Language, etc. Read More.


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