Sarah Horne is The New Political’s digital managing editor. This is her third year at Ohio University. She is a senior studying journalism with a minor in psychology and a specialty in visual communications. Additionally, she is the vice president for the OU Society of Professional Journalists Chapter and the communications assistant for the non-profit the RTT Collaborative. She covered national news for The Hill/Hill.TV in Washington D.C. as a digital intern, and was a breaking news and digital intern for The Cincinnati Enquirer.
If you are looking for her in a crowd, she is the one laughing or eating chocolate (or maybe even both!). She is also passionate about photography and designing.
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