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Award-winning writer of news and features; experienced editor of in-house employee paper.

Fond du Lac Reporter
Gazette Chicago

Longtime freelance writer for this Chicago neighborhood newspaper focusing on the Near-West, West, and South sides of the city. Content released both online and in print.

Online Gazette:

9/2022 Morgan Arts Complex Creates Gallery and Event Space in Bridgeport

03/2022 Chicago Returns, COFI, National Immigrant Justice Center Work to Improve Community

03/2022 Chicago Fire Soccer Team Looking to Build Training Facility on CHA Land

09/2021 Gazette COVID Coverage Wins APEX Award

6/2021 Commission Addresses Root Causes of Food Insecurity

4/2021 Potential Buyer Would Keep Mercy Open

2/2021 Community Organizes to Save Mercy Hospital

9/2020 Chicago's Oldest Hospital Could Close as Early as February 2023

9/2020 Local Healthcare Facilities Offer Coronavirus Testing

5/2020 International Nurses Work in Illinois through the Help of Chicago Bilingual Nurse Consortium

About Gazette Chicago

Gazette print articles:

September 2, 2022: Morgan Arts Complex creates gallery, event space in Bridgeport

March 4, 2022: Chicago Fire soccer team looking to build training facility on CHA's land

June 4, 2021: Commission addresses root causes of food insecurity

April 2, 2021: Potential buyer would keep Mercy Open

February 5, 2021: Community organizes to save Mercy Hospital

September 4, 2020: Local healthcare facilities offer coronavirus testing

May 8, 2020: International nurses work in Illinois through the help of Chicago Bilingual Nurse Consortium

November 1, 2019: Affordable Housing Coming to Pilsen

August 2, 2019: South Loop community, elected officials not pleased with initial One Central plans

May 3, 2019: One Central Station plan would link South Loop, lakefront

July 7, 2017: The Boulevard: Restoring health and rebuilding lives for Chicago's homeless

January 6, 2017: City's revitalization for river network includes restoring Bridgeport's Bubbly Creek

October 7, 2016: Planned bike lanes will mean safer cycling, walking in South Loop area

October 7, 2016: Automatic voter registration veto could be overturned

September 2, 2016: Back-to-school specials for educators at thrift shop


November 6, 2015:  Bridgeport park to offer river rowing access via new Eleanor boat house

July 2, 2015: Differing views on Maggie Daley Park restaurant


February 8 2015: Three candidates seek 11th ward alderman seat; voters to choose for first time since '69


July 4, 2014: Rev. Jerry Boland leaves Holy Family Parish after 12 years of big changes


October 5, 2012: West Loop development to include park



Special Section in the Reporter

Loyola World

Employee newspaper

Loyola University Chicago employee communications newspaper, produced in print twice monthly to communicate with faculty and staff across four Chicagoland campuses, including Arts and Sciences, Nursing, Law, Social Work, Business, Medicine and Medical Center.

Editor, 1989-97;  Writer/photographer 1989-97; Continued as freelance, 1999 (11 years of clips available)

Community Colleges Agreement (Dec. 1999; freelance)

United Way Crusade of Mercy (Dec. 1999; freelance)

Benefit Beat; The Graduate School Marks 70th Anniversary; Loyola Authors Create a Wide Range of Scholarly, Popular Books (May 1, 1997)


Professors Recognized for Contributions in Classroom and Community with Sujack Award; Faculty Q&A with Camilla Burns (April 17, 1997)

Freshman Studies Initiative Halted Pending Further Formal Community Consultations; Sidebar with Dean of Faculties (Dec. 12, 1996)


Office of General Internships Invites Student Participation (Sept. 15, 1996)

Benefit Beat: Statements; New Bundled Student Fee; University's Undergraduate Student Newsletter Goes Online (Aug. 22, 1996)


Telephone Upgrades Will Supply New Product, Technology Advancement Across University and Medical Center (June 6, 1996)

Award-winning Novelist Priest to Sign Books  (June 6, 1996)

Administration, Staff Provide Answers to Additional Lakeside Open Forum Questions (June 6, 1996)


Administrators Follow Up on Questions from Open Forums (May 16, 1996)

The State of the University: Loyolans Gather and Dialogue at Open Forums; Ratings sidebar; Lakeside Campuses Deem Forums Useful (May 2, 1996)

University Faculty, Staff Recognized and Compensated for Merit Surveys Keep Loyolan's Salaries Competitive (April 4, 1996)

Tuition Increase Underscores Loyola's Competitive Value (Jan. 12,1996)

Beijing Bloodshed (Silver Quill Award)

Prof's Personal Style Gains Her Access to What Cops Know

Washington Realtor News
Wisconsin Farmers Union News
A Measure of Success

Magazine insert of the Fond du Lac Reporter

Celebrating 100 Years of Nursing

Special section for Marian University in the Reporter

Hired by Marian and the Reporter to write the lead feature in this magazine insert celebrating 100 years of nursing and nursing education in Fond du Lac.

One Hundred Years of Nursing

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