Harvard’s pupil newspaper elects its first Latinx president

One in all America’s oldest school newspapers has elected its first Latinx president. Raquel Coronell Uribe will lead The Harvard Crimson, turning into the primary Latinx pupil to take action within the esteemed pupil publication’s 148-year historical past, the group introduced Sunday.

Coronell, a junior learning historical past and literature, will take the helm in January. All through her time at The Crimson the 23-year-old has labored as a reporter overlaying police accountability in addition to a social media supervisor and e-newsletter editor, The Crimson famous in its announcement.

Chatting with NPR, Coronell stated she desires to make the newsroom

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