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Richard Espinoza

Student Journalist, Opinion Editor, Photographer and Radio Talk Show Host

Location icon United States

I started my path to Journalism at Pierce College Media Arts Department in the Fall Semester of 2016. Every since then I never look back because I knew this is what I wanted to do. I work at a reporter for the Roundup News and Bull Magizine then I work my way up as an Opinion Editor and News Photographer.

In the spring of 2019 I became a student radio broadcaster for KPC Radio (www. kpcradio.com) where I hosted my radio show "Fun With Guns". My show was about competitive sport shooting and the people who help make it a popular sport.

On June 4, 2019 I graduated from Pierce College and have plans to transfer to Northern Arizona University for the 2020 Fall semester to earn my bachelors degree in Journalism.

I am going after my dreams where ever it will lead to me either as a writer, editor, photographer or in radio that will lead me to the professional level someday. I am looking for internship or any opportunities. If you want to give me a chance email me at [email protected]

Portfolio
Photo By Richard Espinoza
04/19/2019
Blue Sky Firday

South West Airlines Jet flying over Pierce College on a Friday afternoon.

Photo By Richard Espinoza
04/18/2019
Spring Followers

Red followers located near the 8200 building on Pierce College Village

The Roundup News
04/11/2019
Volleyball lose at SMC - The Roundup News

Reported by Felipe Gamino and Richard Espinoza. Men's volleyball head into the final stages of their season as they went on the road to face Santa Monica College in a conference game. The Brahmas lost in straight sets to the Corsairs as they dropped to 3-11 in the season and 1-9 in conference.

The Roundup News
04/11/2019
Swim competes at Pasadena - The Roundup News

The swim team made a splash in the 19th edition of the Pasadena City College Invitational, a three-day event that had different colleges competing. Head Coach Judi Terhar said the importance of this invitational was to see where Pierce stacks up against the other swimmers.

The Roundup News
05/17/2019
ASL stand-up comedy show - The Roundup News

Stand up comedy is often confined to a performer speaking into a microphone on stage. But for some, hand motions are the tool to communicate a joke. Pierce College American Sign Language (ASL) Club hosted "The Extraordinary Talent Show" on Friday, May 10 at the Performing Arts Center.

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Spring/Summer 2018 - Street Culture

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