Celina Tebor was a 2021 summer intern on the Foreign and National desk at the Los Angeles Times. She’s a Portland, Ore., native and a recent graduate from the University of San Diego, where she was the editor-in-chief of her school newspaper, the USD Vista. Tebor has previously interned at Oregon Public Broadcasting, the San Diego Union-Tribune and the Oregonian.
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