Isaac Lozano was a summer 2022 Opinion intern at the Los Angeles Times. He is a rising sophomore at Stanford University, where he is studying political science. He is a reporter for the Stanford Daily and previously interned for the alumni magazine, Stanford Magazine. As a freelancer, Lozano has written for the New York Times, Washington Post, Guardian, Wall Street Journal, HuffPost and the San Diego Union-Tribune.
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