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Ari Saperstein is an Apprentice News Clerk for AirTalk and FilmWeek.
In addition to working for KPCC, Ari produces videos for a documentary company. He graduated from Pitzer College with a degree in Media Studies and Art. Previously, he worked at KSPC 88.7 in Claremont, CA.
Outside of the office, Ari spends his free time exploring the great outdoors and making art. As an editorial illustrator, his work has appeared in the AARP Magazine, Gothamist and Longreads.
An avid traveler, Ari has been to six continents and dreams of making it to seven by going to Antarctica before it melts.
Stories by Ari Saperstein
The College Board, the nonprofit group that oversees the SAT, announced it will administer an “adversity score” to each student who takes the SAT exam.
It’s been nearly two years since the Los Angeles Times revealed the drug-fueled secret life of USC’s former medical school dean, but scandals involving the elite private university only continue to surface.
How much is too much? Court rules that intersex runner Caster Semanya must take hormone-supression drugs to compete as a woman
The sports world's highest court ruled Wednesday that Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya and other female runners like her with unusually high testosterone must take medication to reduce their levels of the male sex hormone if they want to compete in certain events.
When Marvel Studios first released “Iron Man” back in 2008, they could have never guessed that a little over 10 years later, their interconnected series of films would come to dominate the global box office.
As SCOTUS takes up question of LGBTQ discrimination protections for employees, we walk through the legal arguments
For years, courts around the country have been split about whether or not LGBT people are protected from workplace discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Amendment.
Escape from development hell: ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ and other films with troubled productions
Lawsuits, bankruptcy and flash flooding -- these are just some of the reasons that movies ended up in “development hell”, the film industry’s term for some of the most unlucky movie productions.
In 2006, the majority of Americans were either “very uncomfortable”, or had “reservations”, about a gay person running for president.