My name is Hilary Stohs-Krause. I’m a 27-year-old vegetarian twin with a fondness for grammar, plants, cardigans, fantasy/sci-fi novels, photography, music and travel.
I was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wis. and received a journalism and Spanish degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in May of 2009. I’ve worked as a newspaper copy editor and designer, editor-in-chief of an online features publication, freelance news reporter and photographer and am currently a multimedia reporter and social media handler for Nebraska Public Radio.
Previously, I’ve interned with the Lincoln Journal Star, La Tribuna (Toledo, Spain), The Chicago International Film Festival, The Washington Times (as a Viola Hermes Drath Fellow) and the Amarillo Globe-News (as a Dow Jones News Fund copy editing intern), where I was hired on as a full-time designer and copy editor until returning to Lincoln in 2010.
In college, I worked for UNL’s campus newspaper, the Daily Nebraskan, in a variety of positions, my last semester as editor-in-chief. I’ve contributed on a freelance basis to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the Wisconsin State Journal.