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CIA recruits cutouts from Ive League schools: Meet Celine Castronuovo

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  1. CIA recruits cutouts from Ivy League schools: Meet Celine Castronuovo
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  27. CORRECTION: GWU is not an "Ivy League" school, nor is Georgetown University, another prestigious DC college which GWU is commonly confused with. GWU is the nation's "federal" college system, enacted by Congress, more info is appended after the end of these show notes.
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  29. Governor Brian P. Kemp@GovKemp
  30. Lucy and I had a great time at the @WhiteHouse Christmas Party today. Merry Christmas, everyone!
  31. https://twitter.com/GovKemp/status/1340106148008112131
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  33. Her [Lucy Kemp] boyfriend was literally just blown up. This makes me feel like I did when Joe was parading his granddaughter around RIGHT after Hunter's laptop came out. The one where Hunter was having sex with his niece, Beau's daughter, on it.
  34. https://twitter.com/trisha_1006/status/1340174789172989952
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  36. Explosive Video of Car Crash Killing Boyfriend of Kemp’s Daughter Sparks Conspiracy Theories. By Missy Crane.
  37. https://wentworthreport.com/2020/12/07/explosive-video-of-car-crash-killing-boyfriend-of-kemps-daughter-sparks-conspiracy-theories/
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  39. Do you think that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s daughter’s boyfriend, Harrison Deal was assassinated because Kemp had to fold and publicly call for a signature audit after the “bank heist” tape was released? That’s one hell of a car crash...
  40. https://twitter.com/NetworksManager/status/1335106712026689536
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  42. Pro-Trump Lawyer Lin Wood Floats Deranged Conspiracy That Death of Brian Kemp’s Daughter’s Boyfriend Was ‘Planned’
  43. https://www.mediaite.com/news/pro-trump-lawyer-lin-wood-floats-deranged-conspiracy-that-death-of-brian-kemps-daughters-boyfriend-was-planned/
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  45. Deep State Threat? Gov. Kemp Daughter’s Boyfriend Killed In Fiery, Explosive Wreck
  46. https://www.sgtreport.com/2020/12/deep-state-threat-gov-kemp-daughters-boyfriend-killed-in-fiery-explosive-wreck/
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  48. HARRISON DEAL HAD FACEBOOK PAGE, GIRLFRIEND WAS KEMP’S DAUGHTER (LUCY)
  49. https://www.pacificpundit.com/2020/12/05/harrison-deal-girlfriend-is-kemps-daughter-lucy-had-facebook-page/
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  51. Georgia Gov. Kemp Says His Family Is Being Harassed By Conspiracy Theorists
  52. https://www.forbes.com/sites/nicholasreimann/2020/12/17/georgia-gov-kemp-says-his-family-is-being-harassed-by-conspiracy-theorists/?sh=70e1a83f74df
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  54. Is GA Gov Brian Kemp in GITMO now? WTF!
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  61. It took me a while to figure this out, but the WH Xmas party was LAST week, Dec. 11, 8 days ago; and DJT didn't even attend! Why are they all writing about Gov. Kemp being at this party a week after the fact? Plus those doctored photos w/ Lucy.
  62. https://twitter.com/DailyEagle1/status/1340365181394759680
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  64. Trump Skips White House Christmas Party After Suffering Humiliating Loss At Supreme Court
  65. https://thegailygrind.com/2020/12/11/trump-skips-white-house-christmas-party-after-suffering-humiliating-loss-at-supreme-court/
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  67. It’s Holiday Party Season at the White House. Masks Are Encouraged, but Not Required.
  68. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/01/us/politics/white-house-holiday-parties.html
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  70. Humiliated Trump Refuses to Attend White House Christmas Party After Suffering Major SCOTUS Loss
  71. https://www.politicalflare.com/2020/12/humiliated-trump-refuses-to-attend-white-house-christmas-party-after-suffering-major-scotus-loss/
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  73. Georgia Gov. Kemp attends White House Christmas party despite Trump attacks
  74. BY CELINE CASTRONUOVO - 12/19/20 10:16 AM EST
  75. https://thehill.com/homenews/news/530973-georgia-gov-kemp-attends-white-house-christmas-party-despite-trump-attacks
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  77. https://ccastronuovo.wixsite.com/portfolio
  78. https://ccastronuovo.wixsite.com/portfolio/resume
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  80. Celine Castronuovo is a multimedia journalist pursuing a career as an international human rights reporter. Her journalism career began as a reporter for the GW Hatchet in 2016. Celine graduated from the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs in 2020, receiving a Bachelor's Degree with Special Honors in Journalism and Mass Communication and a minor in International Affairs through the Elliott School. Throughout her time working for publications and nonprofit organizations, she has focused on using creative storytelling to highlight the work of individuals and organizations in order to empower people to initiate meaningful change in their communities.
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  82. Throughout her time at GW, Celine developed her interests in human rights and social justice while writing for various student publications. As a metro news staffer at The GW Hatchet, Celine reported on D.C. crime, legislation for sexual assault survivors and homelessness, which allowed her to interview various leaders of the D.C. community. As a co-editor of the international section for MediaFile, Celine conducted significant research and analysis on international press freedom and media censorship in various countries, including Russia, Egypt and China. Celine most recently served as MediaFile's editor-in-chief and led the editorial staff in publishing opinion pieces after major media events, including coverage on the El Paso and Dayton shootings, and oversaw a plan to increase recruitment and engagement at GW and other campuses across the country.
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  84. Celine has also expanded her work to strategic communication and graphic design through her role as the assistant director of public relations for the Washington Area Model United Nations Conference (WAMUNC), an annual Model UN conference for 1500+ high schoolers from around the world hosted by the GW International Affairs Society. Celine helped the director of public relations run a successful social media campaign leading up to and during the 20th anniversary conference in March 2018, which helped gain hundreds of new followers.
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  86. Recently, Celine worked at the Voice of America News Center in D.C., where she started off as a social media intern and was eventually promoted to a part-time social media producer position. In these roles, Celine created videos, graphics, photo galleries and other multimedia content to increase engagement among millions of followers on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Celine's skills allowed her to lead various projects, including an Instagram story profiling each of the 2020 U.S. Democratic candidates and an IGTV video on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Mission.
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  88. Prior to this, Celine was the national desk intern at CBS News in D.C., where she contributed to reporting by logging speeches, assisting with interviews on Capitol Hill and traveling with crews to cover events throughout D.C. During the internship, Celine also received live, on-camera standup training, which helped improve her public speaking and interpersonal skills.
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  90. Celine also worked as a summer communications intern at the National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN) in D.C., producing newsletters, social media content and videos for NJJN and their coalition organizations. During the organization's annual forum, Celine started the #FacesofForum social media campaign, highlighting the work of young youth advocates. Celine also put together research reports on how to improve NJJN's social media presence. CeCe1_edited.jpg
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  92. At the GW School of Media and Public Affairs, Celine expanded her skills as a multimedia journalist. Through news writing classes, Celine developed an advanced proficiency in AP Style and wrote stories on social justice issues in D.C., including an investigative pieces on the unsolved transgender homicides in the District and the disproportionate use of force on African-American subjects by the Metropolitan Police Department.
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  94. In video and web production classes, Celine produced videos using Adobe Premiere Pro software, infographics using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop and animations using Adobe After Effects. Celine has also taken online courses on HTML and CSS coding.
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  96. Celine’s diligence in her work allowed her to receive the Dean’s List recognition each semester during her time at GW. In the Spring 2018 and 2019 semesters, Celine was recognized as a GW Outstanding Academic Achievement Awardee.
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  98. During the Fall 2018 semester, Celine studied abroad in Strasbourg, France, home to the European Court of Human Rights, to learn more about international standards on human rights and how to promote these ideals through interstate interactions.
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  100. In the Spring of 2020, Celine received first place for SMPA's Essary Writing Prize, which is awarded each year to a student who has given a promise of "sound citizenship" and ability in "forthright reporting." That same year, Celine was also one of three recipients of the Dorothy and Will Roberts Prize, which honors graduating seniors who have demonstrated "academic achievement, professional promise and community service."
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  102. Celine currently resides in Washington, D.C.
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  104. George Washington University Wikipedia article
  105. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington_University
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  107. The George Washington University (GW or GWU) is a private research university in Washington, D.C. It was chartered in 1821 by an act of the United States Congress.
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  109. The university is organized into 14 colleges and schools, including the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the Elliott School of International Affairs, the GW School of Business, the School of Media and Public Affairs, the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, the GW Law School and the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. George Washington's main Foggy Bottom Campus is located in the heart of Washington, D.C., with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank located on campus and the White House and the U.S. Department of State within blocks of campus. GWU hosts numerous research centers and institutes, including the National Security Archive and the Institute for International Economic Policy. GWU has two satellite campuses: the Mount Vernon Campus, located in D.C.'s Foxhall neighborhood and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus. It is the largest institution of higher education in the District of Columbia.
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  111. George Washington, the first President of the United States, advocated the establishment of a national university in the U.S. capital in his first State of the Union address in 1790 and continued to promote this idea throughout his career and until his death.
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  113. As of 2015, George Washington had over 1,100 active alumni in the U.S. Foreign Service, one of the largest feeder schools for the diplomatic corps. GWU is consistently ranked by The Princeton Review in the top "Most Politically Active" Schools.
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  115. GW is known for the numerous prominent events it holds yearly, from hosting U.S. presidential debates and academic symposiums to the being the host of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund's Annual Meetings in DC, since 2013.
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  117. George Washington alumni, faculty and affiliates include numerous prominent politicians, including 16 heads of state or government, current U.S. Cabinet members, Fortune 500 CEOs, Nobel laureates, MacArthur fellows, Olympic athletes, Academy Award and Golden Globe winners, royalty, and Time 100 notables.
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  121. The Ivy League (also known as The Ancient Eight) is an American collegiate athletic conference comprising eight private research universities in the Northeastern United States. The term Ivy League is typically used beyond the sports context to refer to the eight schools as a group of elite colleges with connotations of academic excellence, selectivity in admissions, and social elitism. Its members are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University.
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  123. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivy_League
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  125. In Ancient Rome, the plant was regarded sacred to Bacchus, the Roman equivalent of Dionysus. It was thought to prevent someone from getting drunk. Ivy was also used as a decorative element in the Roman gardens of Pompeii and Herculaneum. By the Middle Ages, ivy was still associated with wine. A branch or bunch of ivy was often hung on a pole outside a tavern to indicate that the building sold wine or ale. The pole was known as an alepole or an alestake. The bunch of ivy was sometimes known as a bush. From this came the saying. "Good wine needs no bush", meaning that something of merit doesn't need to be advertised because the good news will travel by word of mouth.
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  127. Some cultures believe in the magical powers of healing and protection of ivy. In fact, the Hedera helix is thought to guard the area against negative energies and disasters, and some used to carry the plant in hopes of attracting luck. Also, ivy is incorporated into holly during the Christmas season due to the belief that it’ll bring peace to married couples.
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  129. https://owlcation.com/social-sciences/English-Ivy-Symbolism-Traditions-and-Mythology
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