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I watch my friends’ mouths move as they talk about their summer internships, jobs and salaries. College juniors deny four-digit summer salaries for five-digit ones. Frantic engineers ensure that they are taking the right computer science class to jumpstart their careers. We switch majors; we switch back; we stress; we don’t change anything.
I am a photographer; I can’t remember the last time I actually wrote in The Daily (it was probably a caption in 2013 or something). However, I do remember my first time in The Stanford Daily office – it was the Volume 242 fellows meeting, and I was a terrified, intimidated freshman who happened to like photography. Walking around the second floor of an office that wasn’t that much smaller than my entire high school, I found myself amongst a couple guys standing next to a “photo” sign. We talked cameras; I signed up for my eighty-seventh mailing list and left thinking nothing would happen.
August 23, 2014
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