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Kathleen Culliton


Kathleen Culliton has written about mountain soup in the Italian Alps and start-up trends in New York’s Union Square. What interests her are stories, no matter the context. She received her bachelor’s degree from Kenyon College in 2008. Her work has been published in The Florence Newspaper, at culinary website StarChefs.com and at business news blog Minyanville.com. Culliton is currently enrolled in the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism and freelancing for The Bronx Times. In those few spare waking hours when she is not at the J-School or on the F train, she can be found in her Brooklyn back yard, trying to grow kale. This reporter was a member of the 2012 CUNY street news team.

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