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About the site creator: 

Julia Huebner is a member of the Class of 2020 at Dartmouth College. A believer that "all change is history-dependent," Julia studies History modified with Human-Centered Design. After graduation, she'll head to the Midwest to work at Steelcase as a Marketing, Design, and Innovation specialist. 

Special thanks to: 

Professor Ed Miller, Professor Bryan Winston, Gayle Smith, Matt Friedman, Wendel Cox, and the Dartmouth Vietnam Project 10.03 community.