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Column: How I designed for the Chronicle, and how the Chronicle designed me

Column: How I designed for the Chronicle, and how the Chronicle designed me

May 17, 2020

It was just another day in my "Typography for Graphic Design" class when Grace Senior, former Chronicle creative director, advertised an opening for graphic designers at the campus news organization. ...

Column: It could have all been so different, ever-grateful that it wasn't

Column: It could have all been so different, ever-grateful that it wasn’t

May 17, 2020

At the tail end of the fall semester of my junior year, I knew going into the spring that I needed to focus on my future career—which at that time had yet to be determined—so, therefore, I needed...

Editor's Note: So long, guys

Editor’s Note: So long, guys

May 17, 2020

I always watch movies about journalists when I feel defeated. “All the President's Men,” “The Post,” “Spotlight” and Aaron Sorkin’s controversial TV show “The Newsroom.” So, ther...

Column: Adversity will come; what matters is how we bounce back

Column: Adversity will come; what matters is how we bounce back

May 16, 2020

When I had my initial interview at the Chronicle, I was focused and ready to start my career as a photojournalist. Coming from a combat sports photography background, nothing could rattle my ca...

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Column: College is a ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ experience

May 16, 2020

People always say to savor your time in college, that it'll be over before you know it. It feels like ages ago, yet somehow like it was yesterday, that I was sobbing in my parents' arms before they left to go b...

Column: That’s all for this graduate—it has been an honor, a pleasure and a privilege

Column: That’s all for this graduate—it has been an honor, a pleasure and a privilege

May 16, 2020

I began working at The Columbia Chronicle when I came to Columbia my sophomore year. And when I turned in the first article of my career—"School funding bill gives districts needed relief"—I was...

For my first semester as Senior Photo Editor, the photo desk consisted of (left to right) Steven Nunez, Ignacio Calderon, myself, Halie Parkinson, Orlando Pinder and Patrick Reponse.

Column: Thankful for the past, excited for the future

May 16, 2020

Last week, I visited the Chronicle newsroom for the first time in almost two months. I stood in the empty newsroom, gathering my belongings from my desk and appreciating the fact that I was able to come...

Column: Goodbye to  my home away from home

Column: Goodbye to my home away from home

December 8, 2019

In the spring of 2016, I entered suite 224 of what was then the 33 E. Congress Parkway building. A senior in high school, I was on a campus tour alongside my sister, grandmother and a handful of other prospective...

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