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Journalist. Storyteller.

My name is Jasmine Demers and I am a multimedia journalist and storyteller. I have experience in print and digital journalism, multimedia, page & website design, copy editing and have held several newsroom leadership positions. As a journalism grad student at the University of Arizona, and the editor-in-chief of The Daily Wildcat, I am seeking opportunities to become a full-time reporter and defender of democracy.

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Robert and Debbie Skarda pose for a photo at the Berger Memorial Fountain Outside of Old Main on Oct. 12. Photo by Jasmine Demers | The Daily Wildcat.

Robert and Debbie Skarda pose for a photo at the Berger Memorial Fountain Outside of Old Main on Oct. 12. Photo by Jasmine Demers | The Daily Wildcat.

Advertising pays: A Wildcat love story

On Oct. 3, 1975, Robert Skarda, a silversmith and self-proclaimed ‘mountain man,’ placed an advertisement in The Daily Wildcat, a campus newspaper at the University of Arizona, that would lead him to meet his future wife of 40 years.

Protestor outside a Southwest Key shelter where 250-300 undocumented children are being held on N. Oracle Road on Thursday, June 28, 2018 in Tucson, Ariz. Photo by Jasmine Demers | The Daily Wildcat.

Protestor outside a Southwest Key shelter where 250-300 undocumented children are being held on N. Oracle Road on Thursday, June 28, 2018 in Tucson, Ariz. Photo by Jasmine Demers | The Daily Wildcat.

First Lady Melania Trump visits Tucson

First Lady Melania Trump arrived in Tucson this morning to visit the Border Patrol headquarters and took a tour of one of the immigration facilities, which shelters undocumented immigrants. 

 

Protesters during the fact-finding hearings on Nov. 23, 2015 | The Cougar Chronicle

Protesters during the fact-finding hearings on Nov. 23, 2015 | The Cougar Chronicle

FACT FINDER SIDES WITH FACULTY IN CSU, CFA DISPUTE

As the salary dispute between California State University and the California Faculty Association remains stagnant, an independent fact finder sided with the union’s proposal for a 5 percent salary increase.