Anne Li is a talented, budding journalist and a great friend. I've seen her earn opportunities because of her work, including a wonderful internship this fall with NPR in Washington D.C and I'm very proud to know her.
I've visited her at Northwestern University in Evanston, where she's a senior and is a part of the Knight Lab. We've talked a lot about journalism and its place in the world, but in this episode, we chat about her, a history nerd, going back to D.C., how finding purpose is different as an adult, what she wants from this new internship, and plenty more.
This is the penultimate episode of The Middle. The next time you hear from me, it will be on the finale, which looks like it will be a bit longer than normal.
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