Christopher ‘Kit’ Plumb> was reared in the wilderness of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Before his stint at Oberlin College, he was heavily involved in the Montana State/YMCA Youth in Government Program, which fueled his interest in government and helped prompt him to become a Politics major with a dual-interest in American Constitutional Law and International Security. When not hitting the books, he spends his time working as the Senior Help Desk Specialist at the Center for Information Technology. Additionally, he has held recurring positions in Yellowstone National Park’s web design office. He has pursued a range of topics for his winter terms, including extensive database programming for the Cooper International Language Center, studying interpersonal relationships in online games, and has most recently held a research internship at Cambridge University with the Religion and Ethics in War and Peace-Making Programme.
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