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UF Alumna of Distinction Sara Sidner shares experiences as a foreign correspondent

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The world is seemingly getting smaller and smaller, as it is easier to quickly find out what’s going on in other countries. When journalists travel abroad to report, their experiences are sometimes different than those of their domestic counterparts. Olivia Link spoke with former University of Florida telecommunication student and now CNN Foreign Correspondent, Sara Sidner who covers South Asia… an area she says is huge to try to understand and relate to the world audience.

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