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Mariah Pittman 

Raised on a dirt road in Vermont, a twisted path has led me toWashington University in St. Louis, where I am currently studyinganthropology. About to set off for a semester in Brazil, I'm back inthe Green Mountains for a couple snowy months. I like many things,including bananas, bicycles and, of course, Seven Days.

  • Name: Mariah Pittman
  • Age: 20
  • Hometown: South Burlington and Jericho, VT
  • Major: Anthropology 
  • School and Grad Year: Washington University in St. Louis '10
  • FavoriteBand in College: Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings because I can onlydream of shaking it in heels like she does at the ripe age of 52
  • Favorite TV Show: The Office and Twin Peaks
  • Best Thing About College: the plethora of potlucks
  • Worst Thing About College: "...So what are you going to do with that degree after you graduate?"

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