Robin Estrin is a Metro intern for the Los Angeles Times. A graduate of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, Estrin has reported on COVID-19 for the New York Times, the 2020 presidential election for CalMatters and K-12 education for Lookout Santa Cruz. She was born in Los Angeles.
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