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Possessing a deep knowledge of inflation, the availability of credit, and the supply of money is all in a day's work for Team Pace, who took first place in the national College Fed Challenge, again. For the second year running, they are the best in the nation in their knowledge of monetary policy, swiftly beating out stiff competition from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Northwestern University, and Princeton University. The winning team is comprised of Katherine Craig '16, Daniella Gambino '16, Melissa Navas '18, Jonathan Okane '17, and Yuliya Palianok '18 (all Economics majors); Jozef Lampa' 18 (Business Economics); and Omar Habib '19 (Economics minor). The team's faculty advisors are economics Professors Greg Colman and Mark Weinstock. Team Pace is Winning at the College Fed Challenge BEST IN THE NATION, AGAIN! FORBES MAGAZINE'S 30 UNDER 30 Nina Freeman '12 was named one of Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30 In Games for her innovative work in video game design. She has been profiled by The Guardian and Wired Magazine. Freeman's first creation, Cibele, is a character-driven game about a teenage girl engaged in a whirlwind online romance. Praised for its intimate storylines and relatable characters, the game received the Nuovo Award at the 2016 Independent Games Festival, the largest annual gathering of the indie video game industry. An English major, Freeman now works at the game studio Fullbright as a level designer, transforming concept art, sketches, and models into digital environments and characters. IN THE NEWS 2015–16 | 13

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