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Paulina Rodriguez
Paulina Rodriguez is a 21-year-old journalism major attending Fresno City College. She grew up in Chavinda, Michoacán, Mexico and immigrated to the United States when she was 9 years old. She is a queer woman of color, with interests in activism, art, public speaking, music, and poetry. Paulina attended Sunnyside High where she was a member of the Video Production Academy. It was here where she was first introduced to reporting. This is Paulina’s second semester at Fresno City. She is a part of the LGBTQ Spectrum club and M.E.Ch.A on campus. She studied Molecular Biology and Physiology at CSU Long Beach for three years. During her junior year of college, she discovered Maya Angelou, and a newfound passion for writing. Paulina aims to diversify her interests, by covering a wide array of topics throughout her first semester at The Rampage. Her personal mantra is “I am a human being, nothing human can be alien to me.” Paulina decided to pursue a degree in Journalism because she has an insatiable desire to understand the world around her. She plans to transfer to Fresno State to obtain her Bachelor’s in Multimedia Journalism with a minor in Chicano Latino Studies. Paulina’s career aspirations are varied. Her regular attendance at concerts and music festivals has instilled in her a desire to combine her passion of music with journalism. She wants to dabble in radio, public relations, TV, and news. She is interested in learning to create her own content, and having a show of her own one day. Paulina can be contacted a [email protected] or on Twitter @palinaivycarter.

Paulina Rodriguez, Reporter

Mar 09, 2018
District and Board Members at an Impasse Over New Math Science and Engineering Building (Story/Photo)
Mar 09, 2018
Callahan – Leading Through Example (Story)
Mar 07, 2018
“Thickets” Portrays an Organic Tangle of Multifaceted Women (Story)
Feb 23, 2018
Puente Builds Bridges to a Better Future (Story)
Feb 20, 2018
4 Dating Struggles I Discovered as a Queer Woman (Story)
Feb 07, 2018
Proposal for New Math Science and Engineering Building Fails to Fix Current Demands (Story/Photo)
Feb 07, 2018
M.E.Ch.A Plants the Seeds of Tomorrow in Upcoming Youth Conference (Story/Photo)
Feb 06, 2018
Johnny Cash Tribute Band Ram Pantry Benefit Concert Is A Smash (Photo)
Jan 16, 2018
Fresno Marchers Gather in Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy (Story/Photo)
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