Annie Sager ‘13
Major: Environmental engineering with a minor in ocean engineering
Position at TNH: Design Editor, delivery driver
Q: What do you do now for work?
A: I am an environmental engineer with Hazen and Sawyer.
Q: What’s a typical day at work like for you?
A: Nothing related to TNH or journalism. I work on researching and designing water treatment systems.
Q: What do you like to do for fun?
A: I sail a lot, still. I sailed at UNH and I’m still sailing. I live in Florida now, so I picked up running, which I did not do in New Hampshire because it was too cold.
Q: What is your favorite UNH/TNH memory?
A: Going to the Boston Marathon with everyone to watch Tom, who was the executive editor at the time, juggle [while running].
Q: Any advice for UNH students?
A: Don’t let engineers tell you they’re better than you. Have fun at UNH because I don’t know if life gets better or not.
Q: What was your favorite TNH story during your time at UNH?
A: I think I wrote one story, ever. I wish I remembered what it was. My favorite page design was probably when I was on the front page for my project in Uganda.
Q: What was your project?
A: I was working with Engineers Without Borders.
Q: Favorite hangout spot on campus?
A: I was an engineer, so Kingsbury!
Q: How did you join TNH?
A: I was the design person in high school for my newspaper. I was going to go to college to do some sort of digital media, didn’t, clearly. After my first semester, I realized that I needed to be attuned to what was happening in the world and be around people who could write well and it worked out well. People always edited my lab reports for me, too.