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Daniel Stone is a UCD alumnus who currently works for Newsweek magazine in Washington, D.C. Prior to working at Newsweek, he spent some time at the TV show "America's Most Wanted." He has appeared as a guest on Air America and CNN.

[WWW]http://www.cnn.com/video/?/video/politics/2010/02/06/nr.tea.party.nation.cnn

While at UC Davis

Daniel Stone was editor-in-chief of the California Aggie for Fall 2005 and much of Winter 2006. He resigned on February 5, 2006 after controversy regarding an editorial he altered.

Daniel Stone began in 2003-2004 as a columnist replacing another fired columnist. Then he became Opinion Editor in 2004-2005 and finally editor-in-chief in 2005-2006. He implemented the Aggie Foreign Correspondent column.

Stone is also a member of the AEPi Fraternity.

Daniel Stone was mentioned in the Constitution of the Students for an Orwellian Society explicitly. "Daniel Stone has always been and will always be a fucktard." This was essentially in response to a letter to the editor he wrote against the Orwellians before he joined the Aggie, though the emnity continued into later antics.

He is not related to the famous [wikipedia]Rosemarkie sculpture fragments.

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