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Jean Lee, Inaugural Titan of Northview

       Born to immigrant parents in California, junior Jean Lee moved to Georgia in 2006. She felt like an outsider because of her lack of friends. Lee had many things she wanted to say, but her shy personality held her back, so she turned to art as an outlet for her frustration. Lee enjoys being an artist because it involves a lot of conceptual work and requires thinking about in depth ideas …

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Melissa Liu






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