Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Interns <3 the Digital Age

In their first month at NPR, several interns have written sidebars for the NPR website. Check it out:

Erika Engelhaupt, Science Desk intern, wrote "Tailoring your Coffee Drink" for Alison Aubrey's September 28 story, "Coffee: A Little Really Does Go a Long Way" and helped write "Others Weigh in on Gallaudet Protests" for Joseph Shapiro's October 11 story, "Gallaudet's President Struggles with Protests."

Adeline Goss, Executive Producer of Intern Edition, wrote "Painting the Early Universe's Picture" for David Kestenbaum's October 3 story, "Big-Bang Detective Work Wins Physics Nobel."

Afton Woodward, Online intern, wrote "White Collar Crooks: Pleas and Punishments," for Wade Goodwyn's September 26 story, "Enron's Fastow seeks - and receives - Leniency."