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- <div class="row"><div class="col-sm-6 senior-image"><img src="/live/image/gid/124/width/600/height/600/crop/1/src_region/0,0,2048,2048/4522_IMG_4965.rev.1588370614.JPG" alt=""/><p><strong> Amelia Nuzzo</strong><br/> Hometown: <strong>Stowe, Vermont</strong></p></div><div class="col senior-detail"><h2 class="senior-name py-2 m-0"> Amelia Nuzzo </h2><div class="senior-info"><div><em>magna cum laude</em></div><strong> Anthropology</strong><br/>Chinese Minor <br/>Museum Studies Minor <p class="hometown">Hometown: <strong>Stowe, Vermont</strong></p></div><div class="senior-awards"><a href="/commencement/prizes-awards/?name= Amelia Nuzzo"><ul><li>Andrew H. Whiteford’37 Award (Anthropology) </li></ul></a></div><div class="senior-quote"><em><p> “I owe Amelia a million, million thanks for being my friend and roommate during my Beloit years. She’s loyal, she’s energetic, she’s hilarious, and she takes my side no matter what. She’s helped me more times than I can count, even times when I’ve been completely useless. An escapade legend, a bunny saver, a hero among friends.”</p><p> “Thank goodness we don’t have to say good-bye quite yet! So looking forward to working with Amelia on her honor’s term project in fall.”</p><p> “Amelia is incredibly passionate, intelligent, and kind. She is one of the witty-est people I know and makes me belly-laugh. I am thankful to have met her and that she invited me to hangout during Folk and Blues. She works insanely hard and I wish her the best in her goal of decolonizing the field of museum studies.”</p></em><div class="m-3 clearfix"><a href="/commencement/senior-profiles/index.php" class="d-inline-block pull-right"><i class="fa fa-refresh fa-2x"/></a></div></div></div></div>