Isabel’s work has earned them several awards, including Emerson’s Journalism Graduate Student Award for demonstrated excellence across multiple formats. They are excited to improve their reporting and audio production skills at WBEZ.
Stories by Isabel Carter
From office use to wearing them outdoors, we clear up some of your lingering confusions about face masks.
Plywood boards became canvases for artists across Chicago. As the boards come down, one Chicagoan wonders what will happen to this art.
A day care owner, a nanny, and a parent weigh in on the challenges of finding and providing child care as more businesses reopen.
Kate Huffman is a sixth generation farmer. Despite the economic uncertainty right now, she said farmers will come through.
Deanna Othman looks forward to sharing meals with friends and family during Ramadan. Now, she’s relying on faith to get her through isolation.
With less traffic on the roads and some businesses shut, one Curious Citizen wonders if the air we’re breathing is any cleaner.
Lucy Keating first learned to sew on her grandmother’s Singer sewing machine. Today, she’s reviving her skills to make masks for COVID-19.
From virtual dates to getting stuck together on a boat, here’s how Chicagoans are navigating love and dating during the pandemic.