Volunteer Teachers Help Refugees Learn English As They Rebuild Lives In Wichita

Wichita Hackathon Combines ‘Latest In Technology With Oldest In Human Compassion’

Exhibition And Auction Showcase ‘Special’ Refugee Art

Officials: Sedgwick County Seeing Increase In Heroin Overdoses

‘Everything He Did, He Did For His Family’: KMUW Honors Dear Old Dads

Health Insurance Tips for 20-Somethings 

Teaching Arabic to young Iraqis

Luis Gutierrez: ‘Today we begin a process’


Opera star Samuel Ramey discusses his role in Puccini’s “Turandot”

Primary Primer (winner of a 2017 Edward R. Murrow Regional Award for Excellence in Social Media)

Senior immigrants face unique cultural, linguistic hurdles

Chicagoans divided over violence between Israel and Gaza

Hanul Family Alliance keeps Korean culture alive through art

Magic Carpet performs at Ras Dashen (made for an original music website, From Washboards to Tape Loops)

Wedding expo a welcome haven for same-sex couples

Sacramento bee nearly makes national finals

Medill Minute for April 9, 2013

Medill DC Daily Debrief for April 9, 2013

Medill Minute for May 22, 2013

Web Design

“The Pieces That Remain: Remembering the Wichita State Plane Crash”
I, along with a colleague, designed and built this site for a reporter’s 30-minute documentary.

From Washboards to Tape Loops
This is a site created for a digital storytelling techniques course at Medill. With a team of two other students, I helped design and build the site and report on the stories of Chicago’s diverse music scene.


Crime in DC Communities

I built this site (sadly no longer available) with Bootstrap and D3 to illustrate crime rates across Washington’s eight wards for a digital frameworks course at Medill.