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Pat Curran is a rising junior at Georgetown University. A government major, Pat enjoys intramural sports and currently serves on the campus newspaper's board of directors after a yearlong stint as sports editor. In his hometown of Montpelier, Vt., Pat enjoys shooting hoops, going swimming and spending time with his younger sisters.
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