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Maria Menounos thought she was busy. During her final semester at Boston’s Emerson College in the spring of 2000, Menounos took a full slate of classes, worked full-time as a reporter for Channel One News—often traveling for interviews during the week—and finished first runner-up for the title of Miss Massachusetts. And she still graduated. That…
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