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Lindsey Bergin is a freshman at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse. Her home state is originally Minnesota and she loves being in the ‘land of the cheese heads'. She is majoring in biology and hopes to someday become a pediatrician. She had to produce this website because she was in an organismal biology class taught by the wonderful Dr. Volk and Dr. Montgomery, who should give her an A on this website!! JK

In her spare time Lindsey likes to run, rollerblade, and do things that normal college students do such as go on facebook at least five times a day. If you have any further questions feel free to e-mail her at:



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