Sarah Sax is a Broadcast and Digital Journalism senior from Palos Verdes, CA.
Sarah is excited to serve as an Executive Producer for ATVN during the 2013-2014 school year and to lead one of the most accomplished university news teams in the nation. In the past, she has worked as a Web Producer, Weather Anchor, Multimedia Journalist, Art Director, Graphics Editor, Camera Operator and Streambox Operator. Bringing USC and the Los Angeles community local, national and international news allows Sarah to reach out to people beyond the Trojan campus. Her journalistic goals are to educate her viewers and to inspire them to take action.
During the summer of 2013, Sarah was privileged to gain broadcast journalism experience in Los Angeles with the CBS Investigative Unit. She has also contributed to KABC-TV in Los Angeles as an Online News Intern and at KNBC-TV in Los Angeles as a Digital Channel Intern the summer prior. Additionally, Sarah has served as a Communications Intern for the nonprofit Grand Vision Foundation in San Pedro, CA.
"Even the president can't do this alone," said Obama as he accepted the USC Shoah Foundation's Ambassadors For Humanity Award.
Marathon runner Joe Lebeda collapsed from a heart attack induced by heat during last month's marathon.
USC uses the arts to spread genocide awareness.
A 3D virtual reality headset transports gamers into their fictional world.
A change in laws concerning domestic violence might have changed a woman's prison sentence.
Proposition D aims to eliminate illegal marijuana dispensaries.
DPS reports a shooting at Lorenzo and LAPD is on the scene.
The new University Village will feature more field space for students and community members to excercise and play sports.
Training week begins Monday, Jan. 27.