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Cameron Rebosio

Staff Writer, The Almanac

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About Cameron
Cameron Rebosio joined The Almanac in 2022 as the Menlo Park reporter. She was previously a staff writer at the Daily Californian and an intern at the Palo Alto Weekly.

Cameron graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a bachelor's degree in English and Political Science.
Stories by Cameron
A hospital pledge takes Menlo Park fan to The Price is Right studio audience
Sitting in The Price is Right studio, Menlo Park resident Andreas Judas told the person sitting next to him that he was nervous. Before he knew it, he was on the stage of the show he'd watched since he was a child.
[Sunday, October 15, 2023]

Man found dead following collision on Interstate 280 in Menlo Park
One man was found dead in an embankment off of northbound 280 near Sand Hill road on July 25 following a traffic collision.
[Tuesday, August 15, 2023]

Menlo Park resident's work on display at the NIH museum
When Menlo Park nurse Elizabeth McCarthy received a letter from the NIH, she was panicked. The letter instead said that her COVID-19-themed art would be a part of the permanent collection of the NIH's Stetten Museum.
[Wednesday, April 5, 2023]

Local nonprofit receives grant to help isolated seniors
Menlo Park-based nonprofit Friendly Voices has received its first grant to expand its work connecting isolated seniors with volunteers to create a greater sense of community.
[Sunday, March 5, 2023]

Half Moon Bay mass shooting suspect pleads not guilty
Chunli Zhao, the man accused of shooting eight people and killing seven in Half Moon Bay, pleaded not guilty in a Redwood City courtroom on Thursday.
[Friday, February 17, 2023]

World's largest digital camera debuts in Menlo Park
The largest digital camera in the world is in Menlo Park, on its way to a north Chilean mountaintop to map the stars, hopefully discovering billions of galaxies and new objects.
[Friday, October 21, 2022]

The hidden secrets of the earliest printed pages
SLAC scientists are studying 600-year-old pages from the earliest printed books in a new experiment that seeks to unravel the secrets of the first printing presses used in both Asia and Europe.
[Tuesday, August 16, 2022]

Luna Vista apartments open to the public
The Luna Vista apartment complex hosted its grand opening Friday, May 6, officially opening the doors to the 70-unit building servicing low-income members of the community.
[Wednesday, May 18, 2022]

Scores of protesters gather at 'Bans Off Our Bodies' protest in downtown Mountain View
Protesters gathered in downtown Mountain View Saturday to voice their support for abortion rights as part of a nationwide day of demonstrations opposing the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
[Saturday, May 14, 2022]

Celebration of Leaders and ATHENA Awards honor Mountain View community heroes
The Celebration of Leaders and ATHENA Awards in Mountain View Friday will honor community leaders including City Council member Ellen Kamei, nonprofit Fondo de Solidaridad and CSA leader Tom Myers.
[Friday, May 13, 2022]