Kate Brown

Journalist

Location icon United States

Graduating May 2015 from CSU Stanislaus with a B.A. in English and double minor in Journalism and Speech Communication.

Editor of the student-run school newspaper, The Signal
Freelance writer and intern for Tracy Press

Portfolio
Csusignal
10/30/2014
Student leaders undermine credibility with hyperbole - The Signal

In Issue 4 of The Signal, we printed a letter written by Associated Students, Inc. President Mariam Salameh and Vice President Marvin Hooker. The student representatives' purpose was to share their "frustration about the lack of campus unity, lack of collaboration, lack of effective communication necessary to move the university forward and most importantly, the failure to acknowledge that students are the most important stakeholders to this university."

Goldenstatenewspapers
01/19/2015
Tracy Makes a Difference

Locally, volunteers, organizations and government representatives joined Brian Pekari, founder of Tracy United to Make a Difference, in an opening ceremony and ribbon cutting. "It could be as little as giving compliments to someone today, paying it forward, to spending hours cleaning up a park," Pekari said.

Goldenstatenewspapers
01/19/2015
Grand Theatre's resident artist offers unique opportunity

working live in the studio," William Wilson, cultural arts manager for the city, said. "Often we go to galleries and museums and see art, but we don't always have the opportunity to meet the people who make the art - that's really what's at heart in the residency."

Goldenstatenewspapers
01/19/2015
Black Friday more than finding deals

Major department stores promoted a variety of price cuts. Target offered Beats headphones for about half the original price, and Best Buy gave extreme markdowns on a variety of televisions. Although featured items were quickly grabbed from the shelves, there was an entirely different group of shoppers within the crowds of bargain hunters.

Goldenstatenewspapers
01/19/2015
Tree of Lights helps hospice families

The not-for-profit organization provides medical care, counseling and support to terminally ill patients and their families, according to its mission statement. This year marked the second tree lighting ceremony at the mall and the first year the tree was set up by the Tracy Fire Association.

Goldenstatenewspapers
01/19/2015
Hundreds gather to compete at Fiesta Arm Wrestling Tournament

The Bud Light sponsored Arm Wrestling Tournament took center stage at the Apricot Fiesta last Saturday with at least 100 participants testing their strength in front of a roaring crowd of onlookers. The competition was divided into five categories: Men's Open Right, Men's Open Left, Men's Amateur Right, Men's Amateur Left, and Women's Right.

Goldenstatenewspapers
01/19/2015
Young researcher wins regional science fair

"The basic premise of the project was to see how environmental conditions affect electric arcs' past behavior," Munir said. This year marks the third time variations of his research have qualified for state-level competition. "I've never been to International before," Munir said. "It promises to be whatever state is but on steroids."

Goldenstatenewspapers
01/19/2015
Delta College keeps 8-year-old promise to local students

It is a promise that Susanne Goias, mother of 18-year-old Madison, was eager for her daughter to pursue. "The program encourages the kids to focus and do well in high school," Susanne Goias said. Madison Goias just graduated from Kimball High School and planned early on in her high school career to take advantage of the promise made to her eight years ago.

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