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⇒ Read the rest of this year's Annual Manual: A guide to campus activism Haley Koch is a senior at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, a Morehead-Cain scholar and a graduate of Sidwell Friends, a northeastern high school that counts Chelsea Clinton…

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