was a spring reporting fellow at The Texas Tribune, until June 2022, and a junior at Northwestern University where he studies Journalism, International Studies and Latin American Studies. He has previously worked for the Chicago Sun-Times and The New York Post, where he reported for the papers’ metro desks covering city politics, crime and social justice initiatives. A native New Yorker, he is passionate about the workings of city and state governments. He has also written for The Daily Northwestern where he covered Evanston, Ill.’s reparations program.
Authorities have been criticized for waiting over an hour to enter the school and confront the shooter. U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland said law enforcement agencies have promised to cooperate with the federal inquiry. Full Story
Many in this small South Texas town of about 15,000 residents had ties to Robb Elementary, where a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers on Tuesday. A day later, residents sought to help and begin healing their community. Full Story
Families gathered at the city’s civic center to await news about their children following the elementary school shooting. Other residents processed their shock and grief in places of worship. Full Story