Jane Glazer—Editorial Intern
Jane Glazer was born and raised in Omaha. She is majoring in journalism and communication, and minoring in psychology, at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. Her favorite spot in Omaha is Midtown, where she enjoys spending summer nights outside. She loves writing, hiking, traveling, rewatching New Girl, and spending time with friends and family. As a rising sophomore, she is still unsure where she wants to be post-graduation, but hopes to be able to share important, interesting stories.
Joshua Peterson—Operations Officer
Joshua Peterson’s main job is being a father and husband. He considers himself amazing at both; however, his children and wife are less than impressed with his work ethic. As a family they enjoy goofing around, riding bikes, reading, and meals that dad doesn’t want to cook so they can eat out. At Omaha Magazine Josh does his best to fix or Band-Aid any problems that arise and tries to build a more efficient future. In his spare time, Josh is a volunteer firefighter/paramedic for the Bennington Volunteer Fire Department and participates in adult PE (CrossFit). His idea of a dream day is sitting in a garage in the fall just before kickoff with M&D and blue yummies. Josh also credits himself with starting the phrase “Living the Dream” and selfies.
Scott Stewart—Contributing Writer
Scott Stewart grew up being told not to go into fiction writing, so he’s a nonfiction writer instead, at least until he decides what to be when he grows up. Scott has worked as a reporter and editor at several metro-area newspapers, and he’s currently the local news editor of The Daily Record. He’s a military brat who likes punk rock, museums, and traveling, and he went vegetarian before it was cool. Scott was an overachiever at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where he earned bachelor’s degrees in philosophy, mathematics, and computer science. He’s marrying his best friend in October, and you can find them complaining about North Dakota, Nebraska, and Creighton fans at UNO hockey games.
Chris Hatch—Contributing Writer
Chris Hatch is a Nebraska native, freelance journalist, and person who cares a little too much about Husker sports. When he’s not smashing his fingers into computer keys, trying to turn word sparks into wildfire, he’s chasing his 7-year-old’s bike down the street or having “Baby Shark” dance parties with his 2 ½ year old daughter. A proud Lincolnite who looks back fondly on his time in Omaha, Chris can often be found cracking open a bottle of cheap red wine with his wife and watching true crime TV shows late into the night.
This article was printed in the September 2019 edition of Omaha Magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.