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The Linfield Review

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The Linfield Review

Charlotte Abramson

Charlotte Abramson, Opinions Editor

Charlotte is a senior, majoring in journalism and media studies with a minor in gender studies, as well as the opinions editor for The Linfield Review. When she's not at school or working as a nanny, she can be found pursuing portrait photography as well as camping and hiking within the PNW forests she calls home.
 
As an aspiring feature and opinions journalist, Charlotte is known for her desire to tackle and address difficult topics such as women's rights, human rights violations and gender violence, always aiming for her writing to make a significant and lasting impact.
 
After graduation, she plans on living abroad in Europe for a year, sampling pasta dishes and collecting tattoos from every country.
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