About Jose Antonio Vargas
VARGAS, JOSE ANTONIO is a national political reporter and style reporter for The Washington Post, where he writes specifically about the marriage of Internet and politics. At The Post, where he came in 2004, he's covered a diverse set of topics, including video game culture and HIV/AIDS in Washington, D.C. Vargas is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area; he graduated from Mountain View High School in 2000 and San Francisco State University in 2004. He worked at the San Francisco Chronicle during college, first as a copy aide then as a city desk reporter, and got his start at the Mountain View Voice, a local community paper, while he was in high school. He enjoys jazz, reading, independent and foreign films (Kurosawa, Almodovar), among others.
- Occupation: Reporter
- Organization: The Washington Post
- Location: Washington, DC
- Was accepted for May 21-26 2006 Multimedia Training.
Digital media stories published elsewhere by Jose Antonio Vargas:
No stories to show.
Content on this site written by Jose Antonio Vargas (includes contributory writing):
- The Berkeley Bees
- A University of California Berkeley professor is striving to make cities more bee friendly. Gordon Frankie spends his days on a quarter-acre plot near the university, figuring out what mix ...
(only presentations with slides or webcasts are listed)