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Jacqueline Eisenberg

Journalist, Writer, Editor

Location icon United States of America

I have extensive experience in the journalism industry, having written, produced and copy edited for numerous publications, as well as on a freelance basis.

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Theithacan
Break out: College students struggle with acne | The Ithacan

A 17-year-old high school student looks in the mirror. She curls her upper lip and snarls at the face looking back at her. Running her fingers down her left cheek, she cringes at each bump they touch. After a couple seconds, she feels a small sense of relief when they reach a crater instead of a cyst, for once.

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Second to none: Senior expresses herself through music | The Ithacan

Senior K.C. Weston strides toward the front of a rehearsal room in the James J. Whalen Center for Music in a black pleather jacket, an ankle-length, sleeveless gray dress and black boots. Even though she's late, she joins into the song her co-ed a cappella group, IC Voicestream, is rehearsing, as if she has been there the whole time.

Pucker Mob | We're All Part of It
09/28/2015
11 Things People Who Went to Summer Camp Will Understand

Summertime is the greatest time of the year. School's out, the weather's great and you're off to make memories doing whatever summer plans you have. But if those plans involve sleepaway camp, you know your summer is gonna kick ass: You constantly ask yourself why you must suffer throughout the other, irrelevant three seasons when you're just going to keep coming back to this wonderful place for eight weeks each summer.

Pucker Mob | We're All Part of It
09/28/2015
36 'Parks and Rec' Quotes to Get You Through Life

Our dear friends in the land of Pawnee, Indiana, have been there for us for years. And we all felt sad when we saw them depart last winter. But there are still many life lessons they've given us: "Sometimes you gotta work a little, so you can ball a lot."

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Q&A: Jeremy Gaynor, On West Point, The Voice, and His Relation to Gloria Gaynor

You probably know Jeremy Gaynor as the crooning superstar that made all four judges turn around in their seats when he sang the Carpenters' "Superstar" on the hit competition show The Voice. He has since been eliminated from the show, but that's not stopping Gaynor, an army officer who has been stationed at West Point since January 2014.

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Britney Digilio, Founder of The Lola Project

Britney Digilio is no stranger to mental illness. When she was 12, the New Paltz resident and mother of one was diagnosed with both bipolar disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder. In addition, when she was growing up, she witnessed a family member's post-military battle with post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Lewis Black to perform at State Theatre | The Ithacan

It was 1996 when comedian Lewis Black first appeared on "The Daily Show." Since then, his comedy career has skyrocketed, bringing him all over the country to make people laugh with his sarcasm, shouting and swearing, earning him a Grammy Award in the process.

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Carri Rubinstein, Founder of Thru My Eyes

Photograph by Susan Woog Wagner Carri Rubinstein remembers the day in 2010 that she stumbled upon her friend, a breast cancer patient, crying in the gym locker room. "She told me that she had just gotten her latest scan and that the doctor said there was nothing left they could do," says the Scarsdale resident.