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Gabrielle van Welie

Gabrielle van Welie is an editorial intern at RISMedia. She often refers to her living quarters as “the shoe box” or “the closet,” but admits it is a definite upgrade from undergrad dorms. She’s the token millennial, international, bilingual, and postgrad staff member. If perks come with said status, it remains to be seen. When Gabrielle is not complaining about her living arrangement, the life of the immigrant, or the patriarchy, she can be found downing a jar of Nutella and crying over Mr. Robot.

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