Lauren is a junior at the University of Michigan, where she studies English and American Culture. Her start in radio was volunteering at WCMU in her hometown of Mount Pleasant. In her free time, she enjoys being active outside (weather permitting) and trying new recipes in her apartment’s tiny kitchen—always with Michigan Radio playing in the background!
Nisa Khan is a digital intern for Michigan Radio. She is currently a senior in the University of Michigan’s School of Information, studying User Experience. Her experience includes being a news editor for The Michigan Daily, an Asian American Journalists Association fellow, a Knight Foundation/CUNYJ fellow, an intern for ProPublica, and an intern for the investigative team here at Michigan Radio. She’s so excited to be here! Continue reading “Nisa Kahn – Digital News Intern”
Sarah Leeson is a production assistant for Stateside and a University of Michigan grad. After spending four years studying communications, writing, and French, Sarah is happy to discuss anything concerning social networks, mass media, or crêpes. She also worked on the Michigan Daily as a columnist, contributing poignant stories about her own misadventures at home and abroad.
Caroline is a third year history major at the University of Michigan. She also works at The Michigan Daily, where she has been a copy editor and an opinion columnist. When she’s not at work, you can find her down at Argo Pond as a coxswain for the Michigan men’s rowing team. Caroline loves swimming, going for walks, being outdoors, cooking, trivia, and spending time with her two-year-old cat, Pepper.
Zaria is a senior journalism student at Michigan State University and newsroom intern at Michigan Radio. She has published work in newspapers across the state including Deadline Detroit, The Lansing City Pulse and the Grand Rapids Business Journal, along with extensive experience in writing, reporting, videography and photography related to journalism at MSU. Zaria is host and producer of The Vibe for WDBM East Lansing and former reporter for Capital News Service. Her love for journalism stems from a desire to bring more visibility to minorities’ stories in mainstream media. Continue reading “Zaria Phillips | Newsroom Intern”
20-year-old Adam Rayes, a current stateside production intern, will finish his bachelor’s degree in journalism at Western Michigan University after just three years in April 2019. He fell in love with journalism during his last semester of high school when he was given the opportunity to dual-enroll at the nearby Monroe County Community College and work at its newspaper. Continue reading “Adam Rayes | Stateside Production Assistant”
Katie is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan, where she studied Art & Design with an emphasis in Photography. She developed a keen and observant eye early on while looking for Petoskey stones in her hometown, along the shores of Lake Michigan. Her goal, as a maker and a human, is to establish relationships with people and enhance the art of storytelling. Continue reading “Katie Raymond | Digital News Intern”
Anna is a junior at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids. She is studying photography with a journalism minor in the hopes of becoming a photojournalist. Her favorite things to do outside of work are art, music, and video games. Continue reading “Anna Schlutt | Stateside Production Assistant”
Rebecca is a junior English and History major and Jewish Studies minor at Williams College in Massachusetts. She is an executive editor at The Williams Record and recently started the Record’s first podcast, Press Record, covering local news and features stories. When not behind the microphone for radio, she spends her time behind a very different type of microphone as a coxswain on the Williams crew team.