Christopher Zingaro

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  • 15 Jul 2009

    Interns Blog: hypnotizing 18th-floor views

    I was at my desk last week when I heard a Senior Editor mutter, “And the clouds roll in from New Jersey.” Since there are no windows by my cubicle, I began to imagine the scene outside.

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  • 2 Jul 2009

    Interns Blog: The ideal position for reading

    Before this summer, I had never worked at a publishing firm or commuted into the city. I couldn’t predict much of what I would encounter. I did believe, however, that I would hate the commute. To my surprise, I haven’t.

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  • 23 Jun 2009

    Interns Blog: Death Lurks in Crisp White Stacks

    Christopher Zingaro The only certainty for summer interns is that paperwork and paper cuts await us. They lurk about every filing cabinet and alongside each fresh stack of paper from the printer. Beware. With time, we, young, innocent interns will realize the tensions and dynamics between members at the conference table. We will figure out […]

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