Diana Crofts-PelayoNewsroom Intern
Diana recently graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in jounalism and Spanish. She served as a convergence newsroom intern at KPBS, covering and writing for the radio, television, and the web. She is bilingual in Spanish and English. Diana was raised in a Hispanic household, but also studied it extensively in school. In the future she hopes to continue working in television broadcasts news, working as an international correspondent.
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The University of San Diego honored Darlene Marcos Shiley for her gift of $20 million to the department of engineering, now renamed Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering.
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