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Lauren Hodges

Associate Producer, All Things Considered

Lauren Hodges is an associate producer for All Things Considered. She joined the show in 2018 after seven years in the NPR newsroom as a producer and editor. She doesn't mind that you used her pens, she just likes them a certain way and asks that you put them back the way you found them, thanks. Despite years working on interviews with notable politicians, public figures, and celebrities for NPR, Hodges completely lost her cool when she heard RuPaul's voice and was told to sit quietly in a corner during the rest of the interview. She promises to do better next time.

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Everyone And His Mother: Twitter Embraces A Nun's Complicated Story... By Her Son

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You Asked, We Got Answers: The U.S. Surgeon General Takes On Your COVID-19 Questions

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U.S. Boarding Schools Were The Blueprint For Indigenous Family Separation In Canada

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Remembering Red Summer: Years Of Racial Violence 'Set The Stage' For Tulsa Massacre

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Why Americans Should Care That Other Countries Are Still Struggling With COVID-19

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Putting yourself out there is hard. Going on an in-person date after a year of online-only socialization? Some are saying that's even harder. Gareth Fuller/Getty Images hide caption

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Hesitant To Date Again, Even Post-Vaccination? You're Not Alone.

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Abnormally Dry California Forests Are A Grim Warning For 2021's Wildfire Season

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HHS Secretary Talks Unaccompanied Minors At The Border, Addresses Criticisms

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The Biden Administration Has Delayed Accepting More Refugees Despite Campaign Promise

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Stanford's 'Marriage Pact' Is Actually A Great Way To Understand Economic Markets

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"You may be grateful that you have your health and still very disappointed about the losses of this year," says Thema Bryant-Davis, a psychologist. "And one doesn't cancel out the other." Sarah Gonzales for NPR hide caption

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Missed Milestones To Faded Friendships: The Unacknowledged Grief Of 2020

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Even with teachers working hard to educate their students virtually during the pandemic, they're growing increasingly anxious about the ones who aren't showing up to class at all. Sarah Gonzales for NPR hide caption

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A Quiet And 'Unsettling' Pandemic Toll: Students Who've Fallen Off The Grid

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