Lauren Migaki

Lauren Migaki appears in the following:

The death toll in Gaza surpasses 10,000 as the conflict enters a second month

Monday, November 06, 2023

Israeli forces have reached the coast of Gaza, splitting the besieged area in half and essentially cutting off the north from the south.


Many Gaza residents remain trapped in the north after short evacuation window

Saturday, November 04, 2023

By the end of the window, NPR had not encountered anyone able to use this so-called safe passage. Several drivers said it was impossible for anyone to make it through.


A Mississippi teen unpacks how the Jackson water crisis impacts education

Wednesday, June 21, 2023

17-year-old Georgianna McKenny is the high school grand prize winner in NPR's fifth annual Student Podcast Challenge.


From gun violence to great composers: Meet our Student Podcast Challenge finalists

Friday, June 16, 2023

In its fifth year, our contest received more than 3,300 entries from around the country – and we've narrowed it down to 13 middle school and 13 high school finalists.


How the war in Ukraine has forever changed the children in one kindergarten class

Wednesday, April 12, 2023

The Russian invasion of Ukraine impacted one kindergarten class in Kharkiv city — spreading families across the world and forcing them to make choices to deal with trauma affecting their children.


Following one Kharkiv kindergarten class since the Russian invasion

Tuesday, April 11, 2023

The Russian invasion spread families of one kindergarten class in Kharkiv across the world and forced families to make choices about how to deal with trauma manifesting in the country's youngest.


A helicopter carrying Ukrainian officials crashed outside Kyiv, killing 14

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

A helicopter carrying Ukraine's interior minister and other senior officials crashed outside Kyiv Wednesday, killing 14 people, including at least one child at a kindergarten.


A helicopter crash near Kyiv kills at least 12, including Ukraine's interior minister

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

A helicopter crash near Kyiv killed more than a dozen people, including the country's interior minister.


Ukraine's interior minister is among the dead as his helicopter crashes at a school

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Authorities say 14 people died, including one child, along with 25 people who were injured, including 11 children. Officials initially said the death toll was even worse.


Books We Love: Fiction recommendations from 2022

Sunday, December 25, 2022

From NPR's Books We Love list, we hear about three novels and a collection of short stories: "Less Is Lost,""The Confessions of Matthew Strong,""If I Survive You," and "Thank You For Listening."


NPR staff recommend the fiction books we love

Sunday, December 18, 2022

NPR staff recommend four novels from our Books We Love list: "A Merry Little Meet Cute," "The Complicated Calculus (and Cows) of Carl Paulsen," "The Devil Takes You Home," and "Lapvona."


Encore: 'Life Kit' on putting your money where your morals are with ethical investing

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Ethical investing is popular with many Americans. But what is it exactly? The team at NPR's Life Kit joins Morning Edition to break down how ethical investing works.


Meet the rescue team extracting people trapped in Kyiv suburbs under siege

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

U.S. combat veteran Bryan Stern runs a nonprofit called Project Dynamo that extracts people from hostile places. Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the organization has rescued more than 400 people.


Ethical investing: Put your money where your morals are

Wednesday, April 06, 2022

Ethical investing is popular with many Americans, but what is it exactly and how does it work? (This story originally aired on All Things Considered on Jan. 23, 2022.)


Life Kit: How ethical investing works

Sunday, January 23, 2022

Ethical investing is popular with many Americans. But what is it exactly? NPR's Life Kit it breaks down.


22 tips for 2022: Spend less by choosing what'll bring you lasting joy

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Impulse shopping feels good in the moment, but it can impede your long-term savings goals. This shopping tip will help separate fleeting fun from sustained satisfaction.


These are some of NPR's favorite romance books of 2021

Sunday, December 05, 2021

"Books We Love" is NPR's list of our favorite 2021 reads. Here we present four suggestions from the romance genre.


Adults have a lot to say about masks. How do students feel about them?

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Elementary school teacher Katy Wright in Montana decided to ask her students how they feel about having to wear masks in school.


Life Kit: How To Rein In Your Spending

Saturday, July 10, 2021

As vaccine rates increase, many Americans are increasing their spending. NPR's Life Kit has tips for how rein that in and stay on a budget.


'Dear Son': How A Mom's Letter Inspired A Graduation Speech — From Prison

Thursday, May 27, 2021

A student who has been incarcerated for more than 10 years delivers a graduation speech about forgiveness, perseverance and making the most of a future he sees as rich with potential.