Articles by Michele Ozer
Michele Ozer | Three boards later, a final goodbyeWhen I first arrived at Penn, I had decided that the newspaper world was no longer for me. After finishing up a career as a high school journalist, I thought it was time to call it quits and find another calling. But reluctantly, my friends from my Media and Communications residential program dragged me to that very first Daily Pennsylvanian info session. Here I am, three boards later.
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