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Eighth-graders Braeden Collett (left), Bo Porter, Brennan Williams and Dominique Jannat explored the "various things that get done behind the scenes" to make their campus run smoothly in their winning podcast "Whodunnit?" Arden Barnes for NPR hide caption

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The Best Student Podcasts: An 8th-Grade Homage To A School's Unsung Heroes

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NPR Student Podcast Challenge winner Kriti Sarav poses for a portrait while on the top balcony of her family's home in Chicago. Olivia Obineme for NPR hide caption

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'Be Proud Of Where You Come From': An Indian-American Teen's Winning Podcast

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Miriam Colvin's podcast "Competition With The Best" was one of two grand prize winners in the college edition of NPR's Student Podcast Challenge. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Family Lore Fact-Check: Finding The Teen Muhammad Ali 'Boxed Along The Way'

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Anya Steinberg's podcast, "He's Just 23 Chromosomes," is one of two grand prize winners in the collegiate edition of NPR's Student Podcast Challenge. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Attention Donor 3046: Your Daughter Made A Podcast To Find You

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Students behind the Flossy Podcast: Joshua Bovell, Jaheim Birch-Gentles, Brianna Johnson, Jamar Thompson, Ieszan McKinney, and Kamari Murdock in Canarsie, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Not pictured - Isaiah Dupuy.) Kholood Eid for NPR hide caption

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"Plebe summer" detailers, or trainers, lead a company of incoming freshman students — the "plebes" — at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. Nate Palmer for NPR hide caption

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Can Military Academies Serve As A Road Map For Reopening Colleges?

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Amiri Nash, 18, co-founded an organization that creates signs about racial injustice to post in predominantly white neighborhoods. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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PS 126/Manhattan Academy of Technology students Angelo Chen, Nicole Zheng, Kristi Jiang, Becky Liu, Leo Yu, Si Chen Xu and Zoe Jiang on a school field trip. Courtesy of Karin Patterson hide caption

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Coronavirus, Racism And Kindness: How NYC Middle-Schoolers Built A Winning Podcast

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