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Sarah Grace Hays

Sarah Grace is a sophomore journalism and social justice studies student. Sarah Grace is one of two multimedia editors for the Student. She began writing for the paper in her first few weeks as a freshman but quickly fell in love with the audio section. She has written for news, culture, food and style, but she is most passionate about producing the Student’s news podcast This Week @ TMS. She is from Birmingham, Alabama and tries to bring her Southern charm to her writing and hosting style. While Oxford is a big adjustment coming from Birmingham, she loves Miami and the Student. When she isn’t editing a podcast into the wee hours of the night, you can probably find her baking and/or rewatching any slew of television shows. 

This Week @ TMS - Controversy in the Miami lecture series

"Controversy in the Miami lecture series" is the 26th episode of The Miami Student's news podcast, This Week @ TMS. This week, Sarah Grace Hays and Maggie Pena sit down with campus and community editor, Madeline Phaby and president of Sexual Assault Survivor Support, Josie Carter to discuss the cancellation of the Dan Harmon lecture that was scheduled for April 12th.

Miami's sororities aren't the only organizations in Oxford dedicated to equipping women with life skills and savvy. Introducing sheTribe.

Meet Oxford’s local “girl gang”: a closer look into sheTribe Miami

  Throughout a year full of unpredictability, one Miami University organization has found new opportunities for community, life skills and empowerment. SheTribe — a national organization founded by Chicago natives Allie Gottlieb and Hope Lowdermilk —  is an all-women organization that teaches professional and personal life skills.