Aubri Juhasz is a news assistant for NPR's All Things Considered.
Juhasz first joined NPR and All Things Considered in 2018 as an intern. She helps shape the program's technology coverage as a producer for All Tech Considered. In this role, she's looked at topics ranging from cyber surveillance to social media, including producing All Things Considered host Audie Cornish's interview with head of Instagram Adam Mosseri.
She's reported stories from out in the field, including the surge in cycling deaths in New York City and the decision by some states to offer competitive video gaming to high school students as an extracurricular activity.
She also works on the show's book coverage and has produced interviews with countless authors, including Edgar Keret, Andrea Bernstein and Lauren Groff.
Producing All Things Considered host Ailsa Chang's conversation with chef and food writer Alison Roman was a career highlight, and the food was delicious.
She grew up on Long Island and holds a bachelor's degree in English and political science from Barnard College, Columbia University.
After 33 years and two women's basketball championships at Notre Dame, Muffet McGraw retired this week. She's been outspoken about having more women leaders in sports.
As coronavirus-related restrictions take hold, the number of runners hitting roads and trails outside is surging. Here are some ideas for how to minimize your risks as you log your miles.
Twitter's new policy attempts to flag and provide greater context for content that the platform believes to have been "significantly and deceptively altered or fabricated."
Ari Shapiro names The New Pornographers as a musical act he's thankful for in 2019. That gratitude is passed forward to nêhiyawak, then Leikeli47 and finally to Chick Corea.
A recent surge in cyclist deaths in NYC has called into question whether cities are taking the necessary steps to keep cyclists safe. Cities are adapting but cyclists say not quickly enough.