About Arian Campo-Flores
CAMPO-FLORES, ARIAN has been the Miami Bureau Chief for Newsweek magazine since 2002. He's responsible for covering 11 states in the Southeast. Among the stories he's covered in recent years are the Virginia Tech shootings, the emergency-room crisis and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. He also followed the John Edwards campaign in 2004 and worked as an embedded reporter in Iraq in 2003. Campo-Flores is a California native and got his bachelor’s degree in development studies from the University of California at Berkeley in 1993. His first job in journalism was at The American Lawyer in New York, where he worked as a staff reporter from 1997 to 2000. Then he moved to Newsweek, where he was the New York correspondent for about two years before moving to the Miami job. He loves traveling to far-off places and in his spare time, he likes running, swimming and reading.
- Occupation: Miami Bureau Chief
- Organization: Newsweek
- Location: Miami, FL 33132 USA
- Was accepted for Dec 16-21 2007 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Arian Campo-Flores (includes contributory writing):
- Cosmic Virtuoso
- Most people would be satisfied to be a renowned professor of astrophysics at UC Berkeley ... But for Dr. Chung-Pei Ma, a passion for music is as much a part ...