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Down the rabbit hole: One man’s philosophy of coffee

Summer 2016 Chipsters Joon Lee and Sofie Tapia present a philosophical view of coffee for their reporting project during CQS orientation and multimedia training in Nashville, Tenn.
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Meet Scott Davis, the existential coffee-brewer

Summer 2016 Chipsters Joon Lee and Sofie Tapia present a philosophical view of coffee for their reporting project during CQS orientation and multimedia training in Nashville, Tenn.
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CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Ana Ceballos

CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Reporter Ana Ceballos (Summer 2013) finds a key to covering grim news.
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Chipsters earn promotions, land new jobs and stand out as leaders

Who’s reporting from Cuba? Been promoted by the AP? Honing leadership skills? Find out in the latest Chips Watch.
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WHERE IN THE WORLD IS JOHN QUINN: SOUTH ROCKLEDGE, FLA.

Why is South Rockledge, Fla., of interest to Chipsters everywhere? The answer lies in the latest photo in the Where in the World Are Our Chipsters series.
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WHERE IN THE WORLD ARE OUR CHIPSTERS: PHOENIX, ARIZ.

Farewell, Phoenix: A Chipster gets a send-off in the latest photo in our Where in the World Are Our Chipsters series.
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CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Maya Jones

CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Maya Jones (Summer 2012) stepped out of her comfort zone and into a career she loves.
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CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Astrid Galvan

CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Astrid Galvan (Spring 2008) finds her home at The Associated Press.
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CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Hector Becerra

CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Against the backdrop of the presidential campaign and election outcome, Hector Becerra (Summer 1997) tells a story about his father, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico.
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CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Chris Viola

CQS 25th Anniversary Tribute: Photojournalist Chris Viola (Spring 2001) recalls covering the most tragic story of his career.
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