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“In a half baked haze, I felt moved to commemorate the never-ending number with a striking ornamental Pi. I rolled homemade dough and carefully freehanded five individual pieces, exacting small cuts to create a dimensional ode to mathletes everywhere.”

Now, Danielle has time to work on passion projects with friends—including one devoted to “armchair athletes” called the Stupor Bowl, featuring the aforementioned cereal—and working to expand back into more mediums. Still, with help from friends like Robey, she keeps herself always grounded and endearingly sarcastic: “I know exactly how hip I am, how attractive I am, how successful people perceive me to be,” she says, laughing. “People are shocked at how normal I am.” Meanwhile, she continues celebrating victories like her recent freedom from student-loan debt, marveling at her own success (“it’s crazy just thinking that people are going to be seeing this every day”) and snacking on the leftover marshmallows. d

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Wonderfilled Magazine Volume Two  

Discover Columbus, Ohio! Exploring the world around us, one city at a time, through food, craft, art and design. Everything that makes life...

Wonderfilled Magazine Volume Two  

Discover Columbus, Ohio! Exploring the world around us, one city at a time, through food, craft, art and design. Everything that makes life...

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