The Chimes

Bethsabe Camacho
Bethsabe Camacho is a junior journalism major in love with documentaries, plants and theology.

I grew up thirty minutes away from San Francisco in a city named San Pablo where everyone looked like me and had a similar story. Once I moved to the East Bay, my worldview expanded when I realized the world contained a melting pot of stories. For most of high school, I had planned to study criminal justice, later switching to theology and then out of the blue, I landed upon journalism.

At first, I thought journalism would be an easy thing to do until I started understanding the depths of storytelling, interviewing, and fact-checking. Now, journalism has become an expression of my love for people by providing a voice to the voiceless.

When I’m not planning my future, I enjoy reading books, watching all sorts of documentaries, and wrestling with theology questions. I’m also an incredibly family-oriented person and a loyalist to all my friends.

Bethsabe Camacho, Staff Writer

Sep 25, 2020
First-generation students making the most of college (Story)
Sep 16, 2020
What Campus Safety is doing about on-campus crime (Story)
Sep 09, 2020
Hands-on majors adjust to an online semester (Story)
Sep 08, 2020
Crime Log ― July 14 – Sept. 5 (Story)
Feb 22, 2020
2020 SCORR conference: Know Love, No Fear (Story)
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