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News Intern - Summer 2015
Grace Paine is an undergraduate at Yale College majoring in political science with a focus on social policy. A Charlottesville native, she attended the Charlottesville city schools from K-12. At Yale she serves as a Consent & Communication Educator as well as a member of the Executive Committee for the Center for Service and Social Justice. In her free time Grace enjoys hikes in the Blue Ridge Mountains and any event with free food.
What makes Charlottesville-Albemarle special to you?
Charlottesville has the diversity and social capital of a much larger city, paired with stunning natural beauty just five minutes outside of town. In particular I have always loved Charlottesville’s music scene, from the larger acts at the Jefferson and the Pavilion to the more local ones at The Garage.
Ultimate Charlottesville Saturday?
I would start by picking up some breakfast at Bodo’s and then hike through one of Charlottesville’s many wonderful trails with some friends. Depending on the season, we would stop by Carter’s Mountain for apple picking and then head over to the Downtown Mall for dinner.
Most looked-forward-to part of working at Charlottesville Tomorrow:
As a former student I am particularly eager to report on education. It’s exciting to engage with my city’s policymaking process through this new lens.
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