Floritzel Salvador

Writer and Photojournalist

Location icon United States of America

Hi! Welcome to my clippings profile! I'm a 24-year-old from Los Angeles and I recently graduated from Chico State in the spring. At Chico State I triple majored in Journalism, Spanish and Latin American Studies. I also had the opportunity to work in the award-winning newspaper called, The Orion, where I worked as a photojournalist for the arts and entertainment section. Aside from working as a photojournalist, I also accompanied my colleagues and was in charge of visuals for their articles. In my spare time, I write on my blog about my travels to Mexico, specifically focusing on the state of Oaxaca. I also enjoy photographing people in their natural environments, landscapes, and hope to work on a photographic series about basketball in Oaxaca soon.

Portfolio
ChicoSol News
07/05/2018
A newly-elected president, a new beginning - ChicoSol News

by Floritzel Salvador Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has officially won the presidency with 53.5 percent of the national vote. This is a new and hopeful beginning for Mexico, and AMLO is a beacon of hope for someone like me. Mexico is a country that has been plagued with brutal murders, disappearances and extremely low ...

The Orion
Wildcat by day, Aztec dancer by night

Cindy Renteria, senior communications major, is an Aztec dancer at heart. While growing up she was actively involved in Aztec dance and feels a spiritual connection to it, she said. Renteria has given various presentations throughout the years alongside her family, and has learned a lot about herself through the dance, she said.

The Orion
Student finds passion for photography

Meet Vicente Fuentes, senior marketing major, recently returned from a semester abroad in Viterbo, Italy. The 23-year-old was born in Colima, Mexico. At the age of 8, he came to the United States. At an early age, Fuentes developed an interest for the arts.

The Orion
Printmaker in the making

Jazmin Gonzalez, senior art major, focuses her art on printmaking. Printmaking is everywhere, literally. You may pass by pieces of print on your way to class or to work. But very few people know the process or the people behind these phenomenal pieces of work. Luckily, Chico State has students that are talented printmakers.

The Orion
Chico Science March draws thousands

An estimated 2,500 to 3,000 people filled Trinity Commons to march for science April 22. Like the other 600 other demonstrations happening worldwide, Chico's March for Science brought professors, students and activists together to show their support of science. Two Chico State professors, Rebecca Brunelli and LaDawn Haws, organized Chico's March for Science.

The Orion
'Grossology' exhibit takes different approach to bodily functions

On Saturday, Jan. 16 the Gateway Science Museum opened a new exhibit influenced by the science book series "Grossology." "Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body," the children's book series written by Sylvia Branzei teamed up with Advanced Animations to create the 2,500-square-foot exhibit full of life-like robotics and games.

Floritzel Salvador
11/09/2015
Día de Los Muertos in Chico State

It was a cold and rainy night in Chico, thunder and lightening echoed through the city and small beams of light surrounded beautiful altars. This was Día de Los Muertos at Chico State. Día de Los Muertos, also known as, Day of the Dead, was hosted by the, Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano/a (de) Aztlan, otherwise known...

Floritzel Salvador
12/14/2015
Banerjee-Stevens: the face behind UMatter

Dr. Banerjee-Stevens, photo courtesy of Counseling Center website. In the fourth floor of the Student Services Center, you can find an office with dimmed lights and shelves stocked up with what appears to be hundreds of books about meditation and the comfiest looking love-seat couch. This is Banerjee-Stevens' office.

The Orion
'Noche de Cervantina' celebrates 400th birthday of Spanish writer

Watch video at end of article. If a 400-year-old Spanish man by the name of Miguel de Cervantes was still alive, he would have been one of the many audience members that were laughing hysterically during the performance of his play, "Los Habladores."

FLORITZEL SALVADOR
10/01/2017
Exploring Oaxaca City

¡Hola! Hope that everyone is having a lovely week! In my previous post I talked about creating a series where I tell you guys about my time in Oaxaca and some of the things that I did there. While ...

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