BREAKING: Victim of Paris Terrorist Attacks From Cal State, 23-Year Old Nohemi Gonzalez

PolitiChicks.comThe first American victim of the Paris terrorist attacks has been identified as a junior from California State University, Long Beach. Nohemi Gonzalez was a design student studying a semester abroad at the Strate College of Design.

At a press conference held at the university, Professor Michael LaForte from the Department of Design referred to Gonzales as a “shining star”:

“It is extraordinarily tragic for us today.

Our faculty are deeply impacted. Our students are deeply impacted. Our program is an extremely close knit group of people and students—hardworking, working long hours. So it’s no short statement to say that we are a close tight family. And so this really affects us profoundly.

Nohemi was something of a star in our department. She was a shining star. She brought joy happiness, laughter to everybody she worked with—her students, her classmates. She functioned like a bit of a mentor to younger students.

She has a deep, profound presence in our department and she will be extraordinarily, profoundly missed.”

President Jane Close Conoley confirmed that Gonzalez was dining with fellow classmates, including other Long Beach students who have been accounted for, at a restaurant targeted by the terrorists.

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, also speaking at the press conference, stated that the city is committed to honoring Gonzalez’ memory and ensuring that Gonzalez’ family is taken care of and supported.

The University will hold a vigil for Gonzalez on Sunday at 4PM in front of the north entrance of the Student Union.

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Kathryn Porter

Kathryn Porter is a political watchdog who has served as an elected member of the Colorado GOP State Central Committee and the El Paso County Republican Party Executive Committee. As an illuminator of truth, she was banned as a guest of the 2016 Republican National Convention by then Colorado State Chairman. Following her banishment, she contested the entire 2016 delegation to hold the state party accountable for balloting errors, the disregard of bylaws, and numerous irregularities at the state convention. The 2016 RNC Credentials Committee granted her a convention pass, overruling the former chair's pronouncement. In an RNC report responding to the case she brought before the Committee on Contests, the Colorado Republican Committee was chastized for its "embarassing incompetentence."

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