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At 8:44am on April 19, 2014, Diego Filiu said…

Hey ! 

I would be extremely pleased to work with you ! 
I am a undergraduate student in the University of Columbia, New York. 
I am French and Americain, and extremely rager to discover new fields of study ! 
Would you be interested in teaming up with me? 
Diego Filiu 
At 1:41am on April 19, 2014, Heather Lindsay said…

Hey Daniel! I was just wondering if you were still looking for a partner for the essay contest? I'm a law student from the US and was thinking about doing an essay, let me know if you still need a partner!


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