Journalism

In her most recent position at the Rivard Report, Camille wrote more than 400 stories about a range of topics. Below are a few examples.

(For the complete archive of Camille’s work for the Rivard Report, click here.)

Arts and Culture:

Can a New Partnership Jumpstart the Alameda Theater’s Revival?

Mi Tierra’s ‘American Dream’ Mural Pays Homage to Great Latinos

Cascarones: A Tradition that Will Never Crack

Latino Artists ‘Take Up Space,’ Make Political Critiques at Centro de Artes

Latina Reporters Highlight the Importance of Bilingualism in Journalism

2017 CineFestival Lineup Upholds Tradition of ‘Resistance Cinema’

San Antonio Mulls Smithsonian Invitation for Tricentennial

NALAC Awards Grants to Five Local Latinx Artists

Central Library’s Latino Collection Gets a New Home

Politics:

Bexar County Joins Lawsuit to Block ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Law

Local Muslims React to Trump’s Immigration Ban

Planned Parenthood to Bring Dolores Huerta to San Antonio

Sheriff’s Deputies Will Accept International, Alternative IDs at Traffic Stops

Ahead of Runoff Election, Treviño Denies Ethics Accusations from Former Staffer

Local Immigrant Advocate Groups Say ‘No’ to Pending ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Law

Despite Violent Crime Increase, Officials Say San Antonio is a Safe City

Profiles:

Sandra Cisneros Breaks Into Nonfiction World, Advocates for Local Literary Causes

Councilman Ron Nirenberg: From Jazz to Civic Leadership

DA LaHood Undeterred by Controversy

Singing History, Culture, and Activism with Azul Barrientos

Rosemary Kowalski, 91, Reflects on Living and Doing Business in San Antonio

Councilwoman Sandoval Wants to ‘Keep the Best of San Antonio’

Development:

Frost Bank Tower Groundbreaking Signals Downtown’s Bright Future

Construction Flows Along San Pedro Creek

Council Briefed on First Alamo Plaza Renderings

Hospital Officials, Descendant Groups Discuss Plans for Uncovered Human Remains

Officials Break Ground at San Pedro Creek with Opera, Water Formation

Botanical Garden Expansion to Bloom in October

Business:

La Familia Cortez y Mi Tierra: Celebrating 75 Years as San Antonio’s Culinary, Cultural Gems

DoSeum’s Summer of Tech: Bringing Coding, Design, and Art to Life

Slim Down Showdown Empowers Texans to be Healthy

Business Leaders Band Together to Oppose ‘Bathroom Bill’

Cheever Sues Army Residence Community

Toyota Plant Becomes a ‘Solar Host’

General Public, Energy Industry Professionals to Innovate at EPIcenter

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Spoon University: For the complete archive of Camille’s work for Spoon University, click here.

Austin Lifestyle MagazineBride’s Body: Getting Austin Brides Fit for their Wedding Day

Mulberry: A Five-year-old Treasure in Downtown Austin