Class of 1993




1993 Headlines:

• Bomb at World Trade Center in New York City Kills Five (February 26, 1993)

• U.N. Takes Over Somali Relief Effort (May 4, 1993)

• Clinton Issues ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Policy for Gays in the Military (July 19, 1993)

• Clinton Unveils Health-Care Reform Proposals to Congress (September 22, 1993)

• South Africa Adopts Multiracial Constitution (November 18, 1993)

Reflections:

As her journalism career approaches the 20-year mark, a 1993 Scholar traces her success in the field to the CQS program.


This 1993 alum broke new ground in her newsroom and she still has her sports clippings to prove it.


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1. Mireya Anchondo, Trinity University, The Oakland (Calif.) Tribune
2. Jocelyn Bluitt, Xavier University, The Tennessean (Nashville)
3. Yolanda Butler, Jackson State University, FLORIDA TODAY (Melbourne)
4. Melissa Campobasso, University of Washington, Indian Country Today (Rapid City, S.D.)
5. Haki Crisden, Virginia State University, The Oakland (Calif.) Tribune
6. Maurice Crocker, North Carolina Central University, Herald-Journal (Spartanburg, S.C.)
7. LaKesga Gage, Clark Atlanta University, FLORIDA TODAY (Melbourne)
8. Paul Gutierrez, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, The Oakland (Calif.) Tribune
9. Charlotte Hinson, Alabama A&M University, The Miami Herald
10. Tamara Holmes, Howard University, The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.)
11. Tonya Jameson, University of Alabama, The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer
12. Richard Jervis, University of Florida, The Tennessean (Nashville)
13. Victoria Jones, Hampton University, Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Journal
14. Macario Juarez, New Mexico State University, The Albuquerque (N.M.) Tribune
15. Patricia Mah, Arizona State University, The Arizona Republic (Phoenix)
16. Jamesetta Miller Mangroo, Southern University and A&M College, The Courier (Houma, La.)
17. Josette Medina, California State University-Fullerton, The Oakland (Calif.) Tribune
18. Nia Meeks, Florida A&M University, Detroit Free Press
19. Natasha Ortiz, Morgan State University, FLORIDA TODAY (Melbourne)
20. Reginald Payne, Grambling State University, The Tennessean (Nashville)
21. Katrina Campbell Randolph, Hampton University, Freedom Forum First Amendment Center (Nashville)
22. Shawn Terry, Norfolk State University, The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)
23. Angela Williams, Alcorn State University, State Gazette (Dyersburg, Tenn.)
24. Tedra Williams, DePauw University, FLORIDA TODAY (Melbourne)

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