1 Student From Minnesota Among 4 White House Interns
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EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Two students from Michigan State University and two from the University of Michigan are among the latest group of White House interns.
The Obama administration on Monday released the names of 145 students who are serving in the White House Internship Program for fall 2013.
The participants include Michigan State students Megan Havern of Armada and Vikram Mandelia of Southfield.
The University of Michigan participants are Andrew Baker of Eden Prairie, Minn., and Lee Sova-Claypool of Chicago.
Other participants from Michigan are New England College student Jonathon Freye of Muskegon and Gallaudet University student Amanda Koski of Pinckney.
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