I am the summer intern for The Lutheran. This fall I will be a senior at the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. At Oshkosh I’m studying journalism with an emphasis on writing and editing, and I hope to graduate in May of next year. I’m from New Holstein, a small town in Wisconsin (roughly 1/807th of the population of Chicago) so being here is a bit out of my comfort zone, which I enjoy.
Working at The Lutheran is actually out of my comfort zone, too, since the bulk of my writing experience has been in sports. This summer will be the first time I’ve tried my hand at writing anything religion-related, but I’m looking forward to every minute of it.
During my time here I will be writing stories, copyediting and doing basically anything else asked of me. Hopefully you will find my name in the magazine a time or two within the next few months.
Articles by Jeremy Ott:
- Living together
Lutheran-Episcopal congregations model Christian love under one roof
- By grace alone
Illinois congregation operates farm to stop local hunger
- A spooky, good time
South Carolina congregation hosts Halloween activities
- 'When God shows up, lives will change'
2012 Youth Gathering focuses on strengthening faith
- Honoring a traditional holiday ...
with the nontraditional
Blogs by Jeremy Ott: (Read All)
- ELCA partners continue assessments after second earthquake strikes Nepal
- Liberia is Ebola-free
- Odyssey Networks to feature Reading, Pa., in Christmas special