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 Cupp grew up wealthy in Carlsbad, California later relocating to Andover, Massachusetts. In 2000, she graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History. While attending Cornell, she worked for The Cornell Daily Sun. In 2010, she earned a Master of Arts from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University with a concentration in Religious Studies.

She is a classically trained ballet dancer and, over a period of ten years, danced with the Ellicott City Ballet, the Washington Ballet, and the Boston Ballet. Cupp describes herself as an atheist who "really aspires to be a person of faith some day." She is part Italian-American and a hunter. She currently lives in New York City.

In 2002, she was hired by The New York Times to write and edit for the Index Department. She is a contributor to Politico.com's The Arena as well as a frequent guest of CNN, Fox's Hannity, Fox & Friends, America Live with Megyn Kelly, Strategy Room and Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld, and MSNBC's Now with Alex Wagner, Morning Joe and Martin Bashir.

Her writings have appeared at The Washington Post, New York Daily News, Foxnews.com, The American Spectator, Townhall, Newsmax, Human Events, Slate, Maxim, The Daily Caller, SI.com, and CNN.com.

In 2009, she was hired as a columnist at the Daily News.

In 2011, she was hired as a writer and commentator for Mercury Radio Arts, the organization owned and operated by Glenn Beck. Shortly after being hired by Beck, she was given her own show, "S.E. Cupp" on the Insider Extreme broadcast found on Glennbeck.com. That show has since moved to GBTV.

On June 25, 2012, Cupp began co-hosting The Cycle on MSNBC with political strategist Krystal Ball, pop-culture commentator Touré, and MSNBC's political writer Steve Kornacki. On July 5, 2012, Cupp said on The Cycle that she "would never vote for an atheist president." When asked to explain, Cupp said she felt that a president must not represent only 10 to 15 percent of the American populace and that faith served as a "check" on presidential power. Source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S._E.cupp    S.E Cupp on Twitter  S.E Cupp on The Blaze

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