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Tsakanias, Caroline

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Caroline Tsakanias is an undergraduate exchange student at the University of Washington, Seattle. She was born in Montpellier, Southern France, and lived there for most of her life; however, she has always had a passion for American culture and history. This is why she chose to study it in her hometown college, Université Paul Valéry. When given the opportunity to study American history in the United States, she did not hesitate.
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