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Ellis J. Yeo

Ellis J. Yeo is a Multimedia Chair of the 145th Guard of The Harvard Crimson. Originally from Philadelphia, she currently lives in Mather House and studies Classics and English at Harvard, with a secondary in Chemistry.

Photographer Ellis J. Yeo can be reached at ellis.yeo@thecrimson.com .

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