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Celeste Ramirez

Celeste Ramirez, Multimedia Editor

Celeste Ramirez joined the Oracle as a columnist in 2017 and is now the Multimedia Editor. Her column focuses on diversity at Archer, highlighting the connection between her Latinx culture and life at Archer. Outside of publications, she serves as Co-President of Hermanas Unidas, and is on the Diversity Conference Student Leadership Team and Dance Leadership Team. She also enjoys doing community service and being a part of Mobile Science Camp and the Archer Ambassador program.

All content by Celeste Ramirez
An artistic illustration by senior Leslie Castaneda. The illustration depicts a person of color holding a literal card surrounded by many question marks, symbolizing how senior Celeste Ramirez grapples with the concept of a race card in this column.

Column: What even is a ‘race card’?

By Celeste Ramirez, Multimedia Editor
February 6, 2020
The backdrop of the welcome and opening remarks ceremony on the first day of school. The backdrop was inspired by the Maypole, a spring tradition that takes place on May 1 every year. Sixth grade dean Lauren Sekula said seeing that backdrop on the first day of school made her excited for the spring tradition.

Endings: Back to school with seniors

By Celeste Ramirez , Multimedia Editor
October 27, 2019
An artistic illustration by Leslie Castaneda 20 shows how confusing and complex the topic of name pronunciation can be for people.

Column: Why would I mispronounce my name?

By Celeste Ramirez, Multimedia Editor
January 21, 2019
A promotional poster for the 1997 movie Selena. The biographical drama documents the like of Selena Quintanilla (Jennifer Lopez), a Mexican-American from Texas. Image source City of Abilene.

Column: Latinx in the Media

By Celeste Ramirez, Multimedia Editor
February 22, 2018
This is a picture I took with my group of friends to remind us about how beautiful we all are. This is obviously not the entire range of skin tones, but just a symbol of diversity and inclusivity.

Column: Change the Makeup Game

By Celeste Ramirez, Multimedia Editor
January 21, 2018
Hundreds of protesters march during a pro-DACA protest. It was heartwarming to see how many people care about an issue I am passionate about. We took it to the streets, and we were so loud. We wanted people to hear us,” Angelica Gonzalez 20 said.

Column: Fighting for DACA

By Celeste Ramirez, Multimedia Editor
October 8, 2017
Victoria Pinkett, Anaya Nwachuku Thompson, Leslie Castaneda and me (all 20) work together on a project. Archers diversity has been an important part of my high school experience.

Column: Latina Girl in an Archer World

By Celeste Ramirez, Multimedia Editor
September 29, 2017
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