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Tyler McCloskey

Tyler McCloskey has been an environmental volunteer in the Philippines nearing two years. He studied writing at the University of Pittsburgh, lived in Costa Rica and Peru, speaks three languages and three dialects, and misses his mother’s carrot cake. Initially wary of suspect foods abroad, his stomach is now steeled to appreciate more courageous fare. He swears his blonde hair and blue eyes have something to do with it.

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