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Julia Davis is a sophomore at Williams College in Massachusetts, where she writes for the student newspaper and studies 27 hours a day thanks to a time turner. Although she originally enrolled with the intent to major in World Domination, she switched to History after being unable to grow the requisite facial hair. Her hobbies include exercising, singing, and crashing hip-hop dance parties with the electric slide.
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