Sarah Hovet is a senior English and journalism major and creative writing minor at the University of Oregon Clark Honors College. As such, she can write across a variety of platforms and voices. She has written feature content and served as a section editor for Ethos Magazine for over two years. Her poetry has appeared in Z Publishing’s Oregon’s Best Emerging Poets, and The Rectangle, a publication through the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society, of which she is a member. Currently, she is a content marketing intern at Palo Alto Software, where she writes SEO-researched articles for Bplans. You can learn more about her research and skills at sarahhovet.weebly.com.
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