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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Kruppa is an intern at Kiplinger's Personal Finance through the American Society of Magazine Editors 2015 summer internship program. He is a senior at Rice University majoring in economics and English, and he was editor in chief for the Rice Thresher as a junior. He previously interned at a small investment bank in Austin, Texas, that serves middle market companies.
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