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Natalie deMacedo is a student at Hillsdale College where she is studying English and Journalism. As part of Hillsdale’s Dow Journalism Program, she works as a staff reporter and assistant editor for her school paper, the Collegian. She also interned at the Old Colony Memorial in Plymouth, Mass. – her hometown.
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