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Andrew Chavez serves as director of digital media for the Schieffer School. He teaches a class on new media Web tools, is the adviser for TCU 360 and The 109, a local news site that covers the 76109 ZIP code, and oversees the digital operations of the school’s student media.
Before joining the Schieffer School, he worked at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram as a part-time night police reporter. Chavez is also the associate director of the Texas Center for Community Journalism, a TCU-based center that focuses on helping small rural and suburban newspapers in Texas.
He is a former editor of the TCU Daily Skiff and a graduate of the Schieffer School.