A whole new race for student-athlete-turned-COVID volunteer - Hannah McReavy '22

Hannah McReavy ’22, a psychology major, Eucharistic minister, and member of the PC women’s cross country and track teams, unexpectedly added full-time coronavirus volunteer to her portfolio this spring. The Boulder, Colo., resident is back home helping to run a COVID-19 recovery center for the homeless. She’s doing everything from organizing volunteers and food supplies to dispensing medications and meals — eight hours a day, five days a week. The experience has sharpened her lenses of empathy and psychology and heightened her awareness of the plight of a vulnerable population. (Photo by Jenn Flemming/@jennflemm)

Hannah McReavy ’22, a psychology major, Eucharistic minister, and member of the PC women’s cross country and track teams, unexpectedly added full-time coronavirus volunteer to her portfolio this spring. The Boulder, Colo., resident is back home helping to run a COVID-19 recovery center for the homeless. She’s doing everything from organizing volunteers and food supplies to dispensing medications and meals — eight hours a day, five days a week. The experience has sharpened her lenses of empathy and psychology and heightened her awareness of the plight of a vulnerable population. (Photo by Jenn Flemming/@jennflemm)

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