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09 THERE WERE NO JOBS FOR THE CLASS OF ’08.

Krystle Champagne-Norwood

HOWARD UNIVERSITY / B.A., RADIO, TELEVISION, AND FILM

“I was taking any kind of gig I could get so that I could stay in the industry and feel like

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