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It -- you don't know her name soon you will a rising star in college journalism.
Angela hunt is about into the real world reporter -- outstanding reports on our nation's military -- the prestigious -- Brian build collegiate.
Journalism award -- who died 1998.
An incredible man was known for his passion.
In his -- country he was a legendary editorial writer for the New York Post which is owned by the parent company of fox.
News joining me now the seventh winner of journalism award.
-- -- -- -- Angela hunt is a good morning how -- -- good morning I read your stuff and it's going to be available on foxnews.com.
There's a Hemingway esque quality.
-- -- if you the editor in chief of your college newspaper.
Down North Carolina the sea hawk yes your husband's a Lance corporal in Camp Lejeune in the Marine Corps.
And you're here today when he 101000 dollar reward -- opportunity for an internship here at News Corp.
act regulations that they can't what do you think.
My -- slash I and I feel like mrs.
An excellent opportunity for her really for me to expand my generals and prayer and I'm so excited to be here in New York.
And any and you have obviously have an understanding of the Marine Corps and the Afghanistan experience based on your your husband.
What you wrote and an incredible piece.
That helped you win this award again about sandstorms.
In in it in in the desert and hail storms and you described -- really an excruciating detail.
What the Marines.
Go through their.
What was that experience like reporting that story in what did you learn about the strength of our men and women overseas.
I feel like.
The process the process of reporting this wasn't so much as it wasn't as cynical as I thought it would be.
The guys that I spoke to you -- Very willing to open up to me and that might be because I am a military wife myself so that they understand that.
I know half sack in nine out what things are good to talk about what aren't.
And they wherein they are happy with peace -- it's and they felt like their story had been told.
And they felt like when they got back they didn't receive you know a lot of recognition for what -- dead.
They felt that a lot of the people here a lot of civilians here don't see what they go through -- a daily basis there.
So it was definitely it's definitely helpful for them to come home and finally -- recognized for what they did.
Now you're gonna be doing it in internship at the Wall Street Journal and today -- going to be meeting.
Some of the chiefs of both of Fox News like Michael Clemente was senior vice president.
-- going to be meeting -- you go from the Wall Street Journal another big shots the Wall Street Journal and then Smart fellows from the New York.
As well what do you aspire to.
As a journalist when he wanna be dealing five or ten years from now than you do a great now.
Five or ten years from now.
-- ten years from now I hope I'm doing exactly what I'm doing now I mean honestly at I'd really like to stay out there on the military be -- foreign affairs and I enjoy it I enjoy telling stories of other people so it's definitely something that I -- -- -- -- just doing what I do now just keep -- When you're great example of journals and American a great example of young Americans so we salute you and we can thank you -- few thousands -- ready and we look forward to future and have a great lunch.
Today and we look forward to seeing at the Wall Street Journal and maybe a violent Angela congratulations and candidacy from.
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