College senior wins cartoon contest
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College senior wins cartoon contest

Twenty-year-old Olivia Walch of Fairfax Station, Va., has been smiling ever since she found out that she won the Post's America's Next Great Cartoonist contest. A rising senior at The College of William & Mary, she is finishing up a degree in math and biophysics and working as a cartoonist for her school's newspaper The Flat Hat. (Matthew Gordon/The Washington Post)

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