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Laurel Wamsley

Laurel Wamsley

Laurel Wamsley graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was a finalist in 2006 for a Rhodes Scholarship. She has worked for Slate Magazine and as a producer for NPR. As a high school senior she wrote "Granfalloons, Toy Balloons, and American Flags" on September 16, 2001 as a book review for her English class. And as a college student wrote "The Fog of Peace: Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Economy of Memory" in 2004.

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