How It Sounds To Be 24 : The Protojournalist Subways, construction sites, keeping in touch with a friend and boiling water for tea — all sounds of being a young woman in the city.
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How It Sounds To Be 24

How It Sounds To Be 24

Jillian Crandall
Tools of the architectural designer's trade.
Jillian Crandall
Jillian Crandall
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Jillian Crandall, 24, graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the spring of 2012. She is an architectural designer in New York City.

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