Current Marsh Fellows

2023-2024 Cohort

Aaryan Ahuja

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Aaryan Ahuja is a rising sophomore at QST. He grew up in Dubai, UAE although is originally from Mumbai, India. On campus, he is the Vice President of the BU Cricket Club. He loves to talk about sports such as cricket and occasionally soccer. Raised in the multicultural emirate of Dubai, he has had various religious experiences from praying in a temple to fasting during Ramadan. Aaryan can’t wait to begin his journey as a Marsh Fellow and work alongside a diverse group of great people.



Jess Fatzinger

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Jess Fatzinger is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Religion and minoring in Jewish Studies. She is a member of the improv group on campus, Liquid Fun, and works at a rock climbing gym. In her spare time, Jess enjoys reading, climbing, watching movies with friends, and altering clothes. One of her favorite parts of studying religion is when people bring up their religious upbringings to her in casual conversations. This made her realize that the Marsh Fellows program would be an opportunity she would thoroughly enjoy. Jess is excited to collaborate with her peers and explore how religious students find community at a secular institution.



Julia Kapusta

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Julia Kapusta is a current senior in CAS studying psychology and public policy analysis. She is involved with the Buzz magazine, the Association of Latino Professionals for America, and the Kilachand Leadership Advisory Board on campus. She loves to browse antique stores, watch romantic comedies, and go on runs along the Charles. She grew up right outside of New Orleans, LA, attending Catholic schooling from elementary through high school. She is interested in further developing her own spiritual beliefs and better understand how group spiritual practices affect individuals at large.



Hahnbie Kim

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Hahnbie Kim is a senior from Virginia majoring in human physiology with a minor in linguistics, and she is planning on getting her Master of Public Health after graduation. She is a part of on-campus communities such as Alpha Epsilon Delta; Dance Theater Group; and Hearts for the Homeless. She is an aspiring physician but an artist at heart–in her free time, you’ll likely find her at a dance or runway rehearsal, in front of her desk easel, or volunteering at MGH. Hahnbie is a Buddhist with a strong affinity for engaging others in deep and thoughtful conversations, especially discussions revolving around spirituality. She is excited to do this in a structured setting as a Marsh Fellow, and she is looking forward to sharing this next step in her spiritual journey with this community.



Sohail Mohammed

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Sohail Mohammed is currently a junior at the Boston University School of Computing and Data Science. He grew up in Lexington, a town just outside Boston. On campus, Sohail is involved with the BUild Lab and works as a Student Health Ambassador for BU. Besides that, he spends a lot of time outdoors, such as hiking. Due to this, he loves exploring and learning more about the world around him. He was raised in Muslim household and was surrounded by religion. He has continued to explore religion by getting involved with ISBU on campus. He is excited to be part of this cohort of Marsh Fellows and to work with the talented team!