Kristi Sturgill was a summer 2020 reporting intern on the L.A. Now and service journalism teams at the Los Angeles Times. She is from the Washington, D.C., area. Sturgill is a student at Duke University, where she studies journalism, French and political science. Previously, she has written for the Charlotte Observer, 9th Street Journal and Duke’s student newspaper, the Chronicle.
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