The Paisano

From Paisano to Profession

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Alejandro Lopez

September 18, 2019

Joining The Paisano changed the direction of my life. I had just switched my major to English and had no clue what I was doing until I met Professor Diane Abdo in her editing course. Professor Abdo praised The Paisano and piqued my interest in joining. After my first meeting, I was already covering...

Find yourself

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Ethan Pham

June 9, 2018

Summertime typically marks the annual preparation for a majority of incoming, first-time college students. These students are bombarded with information regarding the “next chapter” of their lives. Universities, which at their core, are about education. But, also serve as an institution for building...

The unpaid internship dilemma

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Editorial Board

April 17, 2018

Spring semester internships are coming to a close and with that chapter ending another begins. For many students, summer internships are on the horizon. To those who have secured a paid opportunity, congratulations, but to those who haven’t secured an internship–or accepted an unpaid one we advise...

Is college right for everyone?

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Helen Stransky

June 8, 2017

Tuition prices are increasing at exponential levels and student debt is at an all-time high. However, according to PewResearch, millennials are headed towards being the most educated generation. As career fields across the board are demanding higher and higher levels of education, many of us wonder...

Feeling bad can be a good thing

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Justice Lovin

June 8, 2017

If you're reading this, then at the very least you're old enough to be touring a college campus, and so you've made it through the worst of your teenage years. You've also probably experienced something called angst, and if you're lucky, you'll continue having this dreadful feeling for the rest of y...