Meghan Boyle, a senior at Albright College, in Reading, Pa., found herself very pleasantly surprised during the school’s senior night festivities last month. After receiving the standard bouquet of flowers from her parents, Boyle received even better news: an appearance from her brother William, an army specialist who’d been deployed in Afghanistan for the past year. She ran across the gym and jumped into her brother’s arms. [via Thrive Sports]
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