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Maggie Garnett, '22

Culture Section Editor

Maggie Garnett is a sophomore studying Theology and Constitutional Studies. As a lifelong “townie,” she is a firm believer that Rocco’s is the only legitimate choice for pizza in the South Bend area. She can be reached at mgarnet2@nd.edu.

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