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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Markus Batchelor
It's easy to get the impression that D.C. kids are a bunch of hopeless misfits. Then along come exceptional teens who paint a brighter picture.
"We've been prepared for the academic rigors, but we'll have much more responsibility away from home and a rigorous curriculum," said Markus, who has a 3.23 GPA. "The new challenge will be getting adjusted as a freshman and balancing all that."
"GW was always on my list," said Markus of Thurgood Marshall, who wants to major in political science and become D.C. mayor.