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Katie Raymond

Digital News Assistant

Katie is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan, where she studied Art & Design with an emphasis in Photography. She developed a keen and observant eye early on while looking for Petoskey stones in her hometown, along the shores of Lake Michigan. Her goal, as a maker and a human, is to establish relationships with people and enhance the art of storytelling.

At Michigan Radio she would like to apply her visual eye to the art of audio storytelling, while also using differing social media platforms to promote Michigan stories.

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Governor Gretchen Whitmer's "Stay Home, Stay Safe" executive order has required the majority of us to adapt our routines and change up how we communicate with one another. It's impacted studies, birthdays, mental health, and more. We asked our listeners what was helping them get through this difficult time - and made a socially distant visit to a few of them to document how they're spending time at home, flattening the curve. 

The University of Michigan campus, normally packed with students, is now empty.
Katie Raymond

Governor Whitmer's "stay at home" order went into effect 12:01 am, Tuesday, March 24. The streets of Ann Arbor have gotten very quiet with not much happening aside from empty busses and people finding ways to still get outside.