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Natalie Rose Miranda

Journalist / Photographer

Location icon United States

I'm a journalist and photojournalist. I am dedicated to my craft, and I love the storytelling aspect of journalism. I strive to be honest and ethical in my endeavors to collect quotes, deliver facts and capture photographs.

Portfolio
The Sundial
Student workers go virtual

Returning from spring break, most campus employees have moved online as a response to the surging COVID-19 pandemic, in hopes of flattening the curve by eliminating unnecessary face-to-face contact. On March 23, only "essential staff" is expected to be on campus - "essential staff means areas like the Department of Police Services who are responsible...

The Sundial
Straight from the heart: Delicious Bakery shares their history with love

As a little girl, Jan Campos used to break a black and white cookie in half, eat the vanilla side herself, and share the chocolate side with her father. This memorable and long-lasting tradition between a father and daughter was an act of love. Campos, a third generation baker, said her family has a history...

The Sundial
Consenting To Condoms

Plush white snow seems much scarier at 2 a.m. when the Big Bear sky is dark enough to swallow it whole, and snow-capped mountains with winding, narrow lanes are a feat too daunting for a car without chains. In a critical moment, a young woman needed to decide to take on a potentially dangerous commute...

The Roundup News
05/30/2018
The revelations in tribulations - The Roundup News

A young girl alongside her father, helps him change door knobs, fix plumbing and lay down flooring to earn the wages that pay the family bills. However, it is on the job that she realized her contributions were only a band-aid applied to a bigger issue.

The Bull Magazine
05/31/2018
Spray Paint Maven - The Bull Magazine

A 7-year-old stuck at a railroad crossing stands along a stretch of metal tracks that extend as far as the eye can see. A swiftly approaching train of 70-plus graffiti-cloaked cars-painted with culture and history-flies by the face of a child, offering her first glimpse into the world of street art.

The Bull Magazine
11/20/2018
Stringing It All Together - The Bull Magazine

Crimson statement necklaces made from authentic coral reef are layered precisely and delicately fastened onto the neck of a woman that embodies cultural pride. In Nigerian culture, the color red represents the strength and endurance of people that live there. Pamela Adewoyin is the ceo and founder of Lola Ade, a jewelry line influenced ...

The Sundial
Virtual instruction will be extended through the rest of the semester

The original time frame of March 23 - April 19 for remote learning and instruction has been extended through the entirety of the spring semester, according to an email from CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison sent to all students, faculty and staff Tuesday afternoon. The extension applies to final exams, instructional labs, studios, small group...

The Bull Magazine
05/11/2018
REVIEW: RING Donuts - The Bull Magazine

Petite rings that fit perfectly in the palm of one's hand are spongy in texture, sweet in taste and warm and cozy with every bite. RING Baked Tofu Donuts is a specialty donut shop that crafts gluten-free, GMO-free and nut-free baked goods with vegan options available upon request.