Sarah Klewes

Sarah Klewes

Sarah is about to finish her Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Cultural management at Zeppelin University, Lake Constance, Germany. She has looked at journalism from both a scientific and practical angle already. With her research, she contributed to studies at the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation, the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research at the University of Zurich, the German Federal Environmental Agency, and the Center for Political Education in North Rhine-Westphalia. Journalism-wise, Sarah has gained some experience in television journalism (at the Italian office of the German consortium of public broadcasters in Rome), radio journalism (at the online radio, and print journalism (at the German Regional Newspaper Südkurier). She spends her free time cultivating penpalships all around the world.

Recent Posts

The True Cost of Organic Food Products

To be, or not to be?

Three US dollars. That’s about how much more you have to pay for a gallon of organic instead of conventional milk in the US. Over the past few years, organic products have increasingly found their way into consumers’ shopping baskets. But what makes them choose organic over highly processed products, and vice versa? There are reasons to be organic and reasons against being organic.