CU Reporters Share Peaks and Pits of School Year

Jun. 7, 2013 / By

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Our Peaks

Ivan Delgado
Beat Reporter

“This year has gone all too well to have one specific high moment of the year. However, the privilege of being Editor-in-Chief of The Chaparral, the College of the Desert student newspaper, stands out as one of my more rewarding memories, only because I had worked tirelessly and put so much time and effort into every issue. Especially when I found out the college paper received a first place award under my editorship months after moving on and pursuing other endeavors.”

Johnny Flores
Student Reporter

“Out of the many events and people I met this school year, I would have to say my most memorable experience this year is going to Keene for the designation of the Cesar E. Chavez National Monument by President Barack Obama.”

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