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Sharon Dierberger

Sharon Dierberger

Sharon is a senior writer for WORLD. She is a World Journalism Institute and Northwestern University graduate and holds two master’s degrees. She has served as university teacher, businesswoman, clinical exercise physiologist, homeschooling mom, and Division 1 athlete. Sharon resides in Stillwater, Minn., with her husband, Bill.


Articles by Sharon Dierberger
Something to sing about?

Something to sing about?

Come From Away sets a piece of the 9/11 story to music

Broadway-based film Come From Away tells the little-known story of a Canadian town that welcomed stranded air travelers on 9/11

COVID-19 restrictions add to athletes’ obstacles this year

CODA’s emotional punch stays true to life as a family’s deaf members struggle to let their hearing daughter chase a newfound dream


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