Sarah Stradling is a recent honors graduate of Ohio State University, where she majored in history, German, and international relations. The highlight of her studies was spending seven months in Germany with the DAAD's Undergraduate Scholarship. She spent two months conducting archival research in Berlin's archives, which culminated in an undergraduate thesis titled "The Guest Worker Myth: How Turkish Immigrant Communities Rebuilt West Berlin (1960s - 1980s)." She then spent a semester studying at the University of Bonn. Sarah's central passion is education, and she spent most of her undergraduate career teaching ESOL to Columbus' immigrant community. She's excited to continue teaching English in Vienna.