Deborah Honore is a freshman at the University of St. Thomas and the 2014 recipient of the ThreeSixty Scholarship. The former 2013 June Intermediate summer camper intends to major in communications and journalism, and is especially interested in film and environmental sustainability. She has written stories and essays on social media monitoring by police, racial identity and following religious rules for ThreeSixty. Deborah grew up in various parts of Minnesota, but attended high school in Bloomington. Her dream career is to work for National Geographic while freelancing as a journalist and photographer.
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