Alex is a freelance reporter and photographer with five years of experience covering public policy and highlighting personal stories in and around Chicago.
After graduating Northwestern University's Medill School of journalism in 2015, he spent two years reporting for DNAinfo — first as a breaking news reporter, then as a neighborhood reporter.Now, he's looking for new stories to tell.
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DUNNING — Dozens of Dunning parents echoed their long-held desire on Monday for a high school to call their own, despite increasing signals that a $75 million new school set to be built in the Read-Dunning area will open as a freshman campus for Taft High School in Norwood Park. At an open forum called Read more about Suspicious of ‘Taft South’ plan, Dunning parents demand four-year high school[…]