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Alumna uses her double major in art and pre-med to change lives

(June 30, 2016) – McKenzie Wampler, a 2012 alumna, is literally changing lives every day, using her double major in pre-med and art. Knoxville’s CBS affiliate WVLT channel 8 featured Wampler in a recent story.

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