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#PaceGoGetters: Camila Rivera

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June 7, 2022
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“You are capable of doing whatever you dream of,” says Pace School of Performing Arts student Camila Rivera, who grew up in the countryside of Puerto Rico and is now studying acting in the most connected city on Earth.

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