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Historic Moment Awes White House Intern

For a student who fell in love with politics during the presidential campaign of 2000, nothing could top landing an internship on the White House staff.

Date: 3/20/2003
By: Jessica Donovan
Phone: (513) 556-5087
For a student who fell in love with politics during the presidential campaign of 2000, nothing could top landing an internship on the White House staff.

Thatís where UC third-year communication major Stephen Rosfeld is. Heís thrilled to be a White House intern, although he didnít care much about politics until he got involved in George W. Bushís campaign for president. His five-month unpaid experience-of-a-lifetime began in January and will conclude in May.

Adding to the honor, Rosfeld says, is the timing. The June 2000 graduate of Moeller High School says he feels even more proud to serve as an intern at such an historic moment, as President Bush leads a war against terrorism and decides what to do about Saddam Hussein.

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