Camila Pedrosa

Journalist

United States

Camila is a sophomore studying journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

During the 2022-2023 school year, she is working as a managing editor for The State Press Magazine, helping oversee a group of eight writers and four multimedia staff to produce four magazines per semester.

Portfolio
Cronkite News - Arizona PBS
02/09/2022
Tribal official calls on Congress to fund 'critical' water infrastructure

WASHINGTON - An Arizona tribal leader told a House subcommittee Tuesday that tribes need more federal support to implement "critical" water infrastructure projects on their lands. Pascua Yaqui Chairman Peter Yucupicio told a House Transportation subcommittee that means more than just including infrastructure funding in the Water Resources Development Act of 2022, it also means ensuring that tribes get a fair shot at the federal infrastructure program.

State Press Magazine
12/26/2021
Welcome to the ASU-niverse

Virtual reality technology is entering an era of greater application in a variety of fields, paving the way for more efficient learning and new ways to connect with others when it may not be possible to do so in person.

The Arizona State Press
11/15/2021
Indigenous students call on ASU for continued support after the pandemic

November is Native American Heritage Month, and returning from three semesters of remote learning, Indigenous students are striving to connect in-person once again. Many students endured hardships at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, struggling to find the resources necessary to attend virtual classes while also supporting their families, communities and themselves.

State Press Magazine
09/22/2021
The Losing Ticket

Sakura Thomas emailed ASU Housing on Jan. 8, requesting gender inclusive housing for the upcoming school year, a dorming option for students who prefer to choose their roommate regardless of biological sex. Thomas, a junior who uses she/they pronouns, encountered negative housing arrangements before.