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Cameron Spurr

Cameron Spurr, Lead News Editor

Cameron Spurr (’22) is the Lead News Editor on The Standard. He joined staff freshman year as a staff writer and became News Editor: Print the following year. Journalism excites him because it is a cornerstone of democracy worldwide and a free press is one of the most important roles of any society.

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[Photo] Impact on women

February 28, 2021
Co-Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Online Sal Cerrell and Lead News Editor Cameron Spurr break down the most important political stories this week.

Politics Update – Dec. 11

Cameron Spurr, Lead News Editor
December 11, 2020
The current electoral map shows President-elect Joe Biden above the 270 vote threshold required to be elected the next president. Biden’s running mate Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be the first woman of color elected to the vice presidency.

Biden wins presidency, community reacts

Cameron Spurr, Lead News Editor
November 7, 2020
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Cameron Spurr (’22)

Cameron Spurr, Lead News Editor
June 12, 2020
Fans have turned to esports to find some relief as leagues across the world have ground to a halt.   Map used with permission from Wikimedia Commons.

Esports provide solace to fans

Cameron Spurr, Lead News Editor
May 13, 2020
Debate Team Presidents Liam Hamama (‘20) and Max Praiser (‘20) celebrate after receiving the winning vote in the final match. The team of Hamama and Praiser didn’t lose any of their debates, and competed in a final that was spectated by all of the tournament competitors. The debate team will now debrief the tournament and continue to prepare for future competitions.

Debate team shines at tournament

Cameron Spurr, News Editor: Print
November 21, 2019
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Cameron Spurr, News Editor: Print
September 11, 2019
Flood causes choir to relocate

Flood causes choir to relocate

Cameron Spurr, News Editor: Print
May 8, 2019
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