Mary is a senior majoring in Social Science/Law and Society. She expects to graduate in April 2017. Like any good Yooper, she loves the outdoors. She likes to hike, snowshoe and fish. Her favorite outdoor activity is a horseback ride through the woods. She loves to spend time with her family.
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