Webb Canyon Chronicle

Oma Sukul
Oma Sukul (‘23) is joining the Webb Canyon Chronicle this year as staff writer. A day student based in Rancho Cucamonga, she also has Canadian citizenship. Oma enjoys her classes and does not have a favorite. As the student government publicity and photography commissioner for Webb, her love for photography is a great contribution to the WCC. If she is not taking photos, you can find Oma on the volleyball court. She loves spending time with her family and friends, especially now over Facetime or while social distancingOn campus, you can find Oma mingling and studying with her friends in the dorms. Oma, as a minority herself, cares about racial equality because, people should never be discriminated against for their looks, actions, or culture. She looks forward to writing this year in the news, sports and features sections of the Webb Canyon Chronicle.  

Oma Sukul, Staff Writer

Dec 17, 2020
Two COVID-19 vaccines show promising results amidst an exhausting pandemic (Story)
Nov 11, 2020
The pandemic looms over communities as they find alternative ways to celebrate Día de los Muertos (Story)
Nov 02, 2020
Webb clubs inspire creativity and community amidst COVID-19 (Story)
Sep 18, 2020
Gauls prepare for start of athletic season at home amidst lockdown (Story)
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Oma Sukul