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Natalie Goudarzian

GoudarzianNatalie Goudarzian is a fourth-year double major in Literary Journalism and International Studies with a minor in History. At UCI she has been involved in the New University newspaper, Sigma Iota Rho International Studies Honor Society and ASUCI Student Council. After graduation she plans on applying to graduate school to pursue a Master's degree in Journalism and International Relations.

Favorite destination: Cambridge, England (aka the Land of Tea and the home of William Shakespeare)
Best read: 1. Catcher in the Rye- J.D Salinger 2. Angels in America- Tony Kushner 3. Columbine- Dave Cullen
Most extreme lengths you've gone to for a story: For my Literary Journalism 21 class I decided to write a profile on Irvine’s 2008 Mayoral candidate Sukhee Kang. After hours of diligent research (mainly on Google) I discovered what I thought was the address for Kang’s campaign office. After placing several phone calls and receiving no responses I decided to drive to the campaign office. However once I arrived at the address I discovered that it was Kang's campaign office, but his actual house. Thus after realizing where I was, I decided to wait it out until Sukhee Kang came home. And after an hour or so he finally arrived. And that is how eventually I was able to get an interview with Kang for my story.