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“Say you’re a part-time barista, part-time Uber driver, when-you-really-need-the-money-time IKEA-furniture-assembler, what kind of employed are you? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one asking the question: The Bureau of Labor Statistics is confused too.”
“If you’re getting your college grad a gift of money, you might want to include a book on how to put that present to good use. Financial planning might not be a priority — 70 percent of grads are finishing school with significant debt.”
"But an education is incomplete without friction. And an education is not an education if the content is curated toward a single political stance."
“It’s almost like you’re dancing, your hands have to move in rhythm.”
"I am proud of UConn, not in its stadiums, but in its offices and hallways. So much of my education isn't represented in the glossy pages of an admissions booklet — I'm making my own brochure full of the unexpected relationships I've formed."
"I consider uncovering my disability and learning how to manage it as genuine a success as my internships or grades. When I imagine you looking at only how I appear on the page, it feels like an incomplete picture of me."
A blog post from my time as Marketing intern for the New Britain Museum of American Art
A photos and concert review for WHUS Music
The Exchange is New Hampshire's only locally produced call-in talk show, hosted by Laura Knoy. Started Jan 2019.
2.14.19: A Love Note To New Hampshire
2.09.19: Share Your Love for New Hampshire
Marketplace's early morning business news show hosted by David Brancaccio, with six live broadcasts every weekday. Interned May-Nov 2018.
A weekly radio show and podcast about New England in a time of change. Hosted by John Dankosky, out of Connecticut Public Radio. Produced March-May 2018.
NEXT: Episode 37: Landscape
A look at the biotech startup companies coming out of the University of Connecticut. Independently produced Fall 2017.
An English major's quest to find the person behind the Ph.D. My first podcast, produced as an independent study, Fall 2016.
Field recording/tape syncs (see below)
RSS feed setup
Social media platforms
I’ve done tape syncs for NPR, Pacific Content, CBC and Marketplace.
TAPE SYNC/STRINGER: Marketplace “Why tariffs threaten to raise the cost of drinking water.” Listen at :45.
TAPE SYNC: CBC’s Tai Asks Why “Should We Trust Our Gut?” Listen at 11:30.
TAPE SYNC: Pacific Content’s Trailblazers, S3: E4. Listen at 30:35.
STUDIO SYNC: NPR’s All Things Considered for Elise Hu. Listen at 4:45.