Fifth Former Annie Hait has just finished her tenure as Executive News Director of L10 – what did she learn in this important role? Find out this and more in 5 Questions 4.
What’s the most unexpected thing you learned as and L10 reporter and editor?
The most unexpected thing I've learned from my time at L10 has been how to stick to my guns. I've made many tough decisions in terms of content of the show this year, and I am glad that I made the choices I did.
If you were stranded on the proverbial desert island, what three books would you want to have with you?
I'd want to have “Moby Dick”, “Jurassic Park,” and “Pride and Prejudice.”
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
I would want to go to Antarctica. I've wanted to go since I was a child, and now I just want that dream fulfilled.
If you had ten extra hours in the week, what would you do with the time?
I would pursue drawing!
What journalist do you most admire?
The journalist I admire most is Jane Ferguson ‘04. I had seen her on PBS this past summer, but after having the chance to interview her earlier this year the reality of the danger she faces in order to report stories that matter really sunk in. She is an amazing person who I am honored to have gotten the chance to meet, and she truly is a great journalist.
Watch Hait's interview with Ferguson:
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