At a Glance:Joseph Gentile has been a Project Contributor since June 2012, has written 77 entries and currently lives in Albany, NY.
Shortly after graduating from Marist College in 2009, Joe Gentile began putting his communications degree to use - managing other people’s money.
He hails from the hamlet of Wynantskill, New York, but recently left his approximately 3,330 neighbors – and two cats – behind for New York’s somewhat larger state capital, Albany.
By day, Joe strives to help the several hundred students of Maria College become better-educated borrowers as their financial aid adviser. But at night, he’s still at it; completing research and blog posts about higher education from a Millennial’s perspective.
His first article for the Boston-based site The Next Great Generation, spotlighting one gay teenager’s journey from disinheritance to distinguished Point Foundation scholar, later reappeared as a featured article for the Gay Voices section of the Huffington Post.
Prior to that, Joe recapped episodes of his beloved NBC programs, 'Heroes' and 'Community,' for TheCelebrityCafe.com; rated one of the top three entertainment magazines by Google.
If the Eagle Scout isn’t behind a computer, then he’s likely atop one of the Adirondack High Peaks.
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Brought together to defend public broadcasting - and by the fear a Romney administration might defund it - adults, children and those adults still children at heart had an unmistakable message for the Republican presidential candidate Saturday, Nov. 3: "EL-MO! We won't go!"Read More
Tomboy Cynthia Rose of "Pitch Perfect," an uproarious musical comedy, shines as a gay acapella singer performing for the all-female Barden Bellas, until she tries, and fails, at propositioning the straight Bellas for a couple of cheap laughs. Read More
Growing up, I used to be afraid of the telephone. Never did I imagine though that pesky telemarketers literally had it out for me, as one Colorado man did after a bomb threat. Hello, operator? It's what you need to know! Read More
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton chides today's Republican Party for their intransigence toward cooperating with the current administration, putting policy before the will of the people in an address last night at the Democratic National Convention. Read More