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Thomas Manglona

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About Thomas
Thomas Manglona II is a journalist from Rota, Northern Mariana Islands, with experience in local, regional, and national newsrooms. He is the Chief Regional Correspondent for KUAM News based on Saipan covering Micronesia and the Pacific.

Thomas received an M.A. in Journalism at Stanford University as a Harry S. Truman Scholar. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate from the University of California at Berkeley where he earned his B.A. in Media Studies with High Distinction in 2020. He is a 2016 Gates Millennium Scholar.
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As students across the nation grapple with the challenges of a virtual semester, the University of California is considering expanding its definition of basic needs beyond minimal food and shelter.

The U.S. Marine Corps is hosting a series of public meetings with residents on Saipan, Tinian, and Rota about their revised CNMI Joint Military Training proposal. The proposal first made public in 2013 faced overwhelming public criticism that forced significant changes to the military’s plans on Tinian and prompted a second draft environmental impact statement. Regional correspondent Thomas Manglona reports.

They’re being called “recycle natives.” Regional correspondent Thomas Manglona is on assignment in Osaki Town as part of the Association for Promotion of International Cooperation’s Japan Journalism Fellowship. Thomas takes us to an elementary school that is redefining lunchtime with sustainability and the environment in mind.

A major turning point in the international effort to bring the Guam Sihek back into the wild. Regional correspondent Thomas Manglona files this report from Wichita, Kansas on a promising development ahead of the bird’s eventual release.


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