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Colin Swan, Videographer

Colin is a junior, and this is his first year on staff. He enjoys singing with choir and Vox Solus, and is also a part of the Rockwood Robotics program. He wants to eventually major in psychology at WashU in St. Louis. He also likes telling everyone the national holidays every day. He can be contacted...

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