Jazz Wolfe is joining the staff of The Frontier as a summer intern. 

Wolfe grew up in Enid, Oklahoma before moving to Norman for college in 2019. In between semesters, Wolfe worked at their hometown paper the Enid News and Eagle and the non-profit newsroom Oklahoma Watch. They also served in multiple roles at the OU Daily, including editor-in-chief in the summer of 2022. Wolfe graduated in May with degrees in journalism and the history of science and focuses their reporting on science-based stories about the environment and health. 

Wolfe’s internship is supported by the Inasmuch Foundation Community Fellowship program. The program connects college students with nonprofit organizations in Oklahoma City for paid summer internships and networking opportunities.

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