Sabrina Flores
Sabrina Flores, when wandering around the newsroom, exists as a journalism major in her third year with a photography minor. Sabrina enjoys taking photos for the Daily 49er as well as for her own personal pleasure. As the former Assistant Photo Editor and Photo Editor, Sabrina has “been around the block” so to speak, with some experience working as a Staff Writer for the Daily 49er. In her free time, Sabrina enjoys pointing a camera and pressing the shutter button as well as browsing the NPR One podcasting app on her phone. After graduation, Sabrina hopes to work in travel photography. Her ideal profession is to work as a photojournalist for National Geographic, where she can hopefully successfully avoid being mauled by a lion for at least two years. The best way to reach Sabrina is via email, although she is active on social media as well.


Universities: Helping the rich get richer

Growing up, I was always conscious of how far money could get you in life. I knew this from firsthand experience as someone looking in from the outside, as someone who didn’t have this advantage. Nothing has laminated this as much as the recent college admission scandal that has come to light.

By | 2019-04-07T21:04:02-07:00 Mar 14, 2019 | 8:01 am|Categories: Columns, HP Opinion, Opinions|Tags: , , , |
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