big pictures

I've finally made the change to big pictures. This may mean slower uploading of the website, but it shouldn't be a problem if you pay for an internet connection, which I don't. So now you don't need to click on all the little pictures, not that you did before.

Kate Gilliam, a junior journalism major, hugs friend Taylor Scott after the Eve Carson rememberence ceremony. "It was a perfect day for everything she embodied," Gilliam said.

Kashmira Kale (center) throws water on Anuja Mathur (left), both sophomores, while Bunsree Patel laughs Thursday during a Holi celebration at Polk Place. It is Kale's first time celebrating Holi in the United States. "It's the first time in a long time" Kale said who hasn't celebrated Holi since leaving India when she was 9 years old.

Holi is a Hinda celebration where colored powder is thrown at each other and mixed with water. I believe the idea behind it is unity. I will have a "portrait" series from this celebration soon.

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