Sarah Davis

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Alumna Sarah Davis, 23, died March 18, though her memory is preserved by those who knew her. “Davis was a passionate, hardworking and caring student,” said Entertainment Industry Instructor Janna Malone. “She had a demanding job outside of the classroom, commuted from Lawrenceburg (Tennessee) and managed to balance work and school very well. She was well-liked and respected by her peers as well as the faculty of our department.”

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Alumna Sarah Davis, 23, died March 18, though her memory is preserved by those who knew her. “Davis was a passionate, hardworking and caring student,” said Entertainment Industry Instructor Janna Malone. “She had a demanding job outside of the classroom, commuted from Lawrenceburg (Tennessee) and managed to balance work and school very well. She was well-liked and respected by her peers as well as the faculty of our department.”