OMG it started. I can't. #collegejeopardy— Julia Clark (@JuliaBClark) February 11, 2014
Could Julia Clark win the "Jeopardy" college championship?
Check out the Harvard University senior on CBS Thursday, Feb. 13 during the first round of play to find out. She'll be competing against Tucker Pope of Texas A&M University and Eric Turner of Vanderbilt University.
The organismic and evolutionary biology major is one of the 15 college students competing for a grand prize of $100,000 and an automatic berth in the show's next Tournament of Champions.
Clark used Twitter to give her followers a little insight into the "Jeopardy" process. Check out that Alex Trebek-esque avatar picture.
Wow it's over see you 2mrw. #collegejeopardy— Julia Clark (@JuliaBClark) February 11, 2014
So much drama. #collegejeopardy— Julia Clark (@JuliaBClark) February 11, 2014
Clark, orginally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, went through a four-part selection process involving a 50-question online test, an in-person 50-question test, a mock game, and a brief interview.
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