Ciku Theuri is an Associate Producer for WGBH’s Morning Edition. Ciku (pronounced SHE-co) holds a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and a B.B.A in Business Management from Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama. Prior to coming to WGBH, Ciku was a 2016 summer fellow at 90.7 WFAE in Charlotte, North Carolina where she produced for the local public affairs talk show, Charlotte Talks.
Ciku is a former NPR intern and briefly produced for Morning Edition in Washington, D.C.
A Cincinnati native, she’s painfully adjusting to New England weather but copes by indulging in cat videos.
WGBH News Poll: Americans Mostly View Higher Education FavorablyA national WGBH News poll has explored how Americans feel on a variety of issues, ranging from whether colleges should factor race into the admissions process to if they adequately protect students from sexual assault on campus.
The SJC’s Recent Jurisprudence DeconstructedWGBH's Morning Edition anchor Joe Mathieu discussed those cases and what they mean for the SJC’s future jurisprudence with WGBH legal analyst and Northeastern law professor Daniel Medwed.
Councilor Essaibi George: Boston Public Schools Are In Good Hands In The InterimBoston City Councilor-At-Large Annissa Essaibi-George discusses the selection process for Boston Public Schools' new superintendent.
The Long-Term Consequences Of Justice Kennedy’s RetirementDaniel Medwed, legal analyst for WGBH News, says affirmative action could be in jeopardy with new justice.
U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling Says He Won't Crack Down On Retail Recreational MarijuanaLelling has the power to stop the new recreational marijuana industry in Mass. before it ever blooms, but he says that is not his plan.
Deep in the Weeds with Daniel Part IV: Tax and Financial Legal Issues Related to the Marijuana RolloutIn a few short days, it will become legal to sell marijuana in retail establishments. How much will marijuana products cost? And will you only be allowed to pay in cash? WGBH's Morning Edition anchor Joe Mathieu spoke with WGBH News Legal analyst and Northeastern law professor Daniel Medwed about these issues in the latest installment of our weekly month long series “Deep in the Weeds with Daniel”.