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A few forgotten photos

With only about three more months until I graduate from Eastern, the job hunt has seized me in its clutches, and I’ve found myself going through some of my photos from the past year. As I went through them I realized a few of my favorites never made it to my blog.

Jacksonville State's freshman guard Destany McLin tries to block Danielle Woolfolk, a freshman guard, as she attempts to throw the ball inbounds to junior forward Taryn Olson Saturday, Jan. 12, 2012, in Lantz Arena. Eastern won the game 76-53.

Jacksonville State’s freshman guard Destany McLin tries to block Danielle Woolfolk, a freshman guard, as she attempts to throw the ball inbounds to junior forward Taryn Olson Saturday, Jan. 12, 2012, in Lantz Arena. Eastern won the game 76-53.

 

Eastern Illinois University's retired head football coach Bob Spoo led the Eastern football team for 25 years before retiring in 2011 .

Eastern Illinois University’s retired head football coach Bob Spoo led the Eastern football team for 25 years before retiring in 2011.

Joe Calio, a red-shirt freshman runner, crawls across the finish line after collapsing within sight of the end Friday during the 2012 Walt Crawford Open at Panther Trail. The late afternoon storms that raced into the area delayed the event and forced the men and women to run at the same time.

Joe Calio, a red-shirt freshman runner, crawls across the finish line after collapsing within sight of the end Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, during the 2012 Walt Crawford Open at Panther Trail. The late afternoon storms that raced into the area delayed the event and forced the men and women to run at the same time.

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Portfolio update

After gathering all my images from the past semester I was able to add some to my portfolio. Here are a few of the updates that I haven’t already posted on the blog. You can click here to see my whole portfolio.

Omar Solomon marches with others down Roosevelt Avenue in Charleston, Ill., on their wat to the “I am, we are Trayvon Martin” rally on the Doudna Fine Arts Center’s steps while chanting “justice for Trayvon” Tuesday, April 3, 2012.

Junior guard Ta’Kenya Nixon hit a career high of 30 points during Eastern’s final Ohio Valley Conference game against Eastern Kentucky Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012. That win ended their two game losing streak heading into the OVC tournament on Friday, March 2, 2012.

Following a security lock down at Charleston High School Friday, Feb. 24, 2012, Stacy Stewart, of Charleston, and her daughter Lyndsy Hunt, a freshman at CHS, walk out of the main entrance. The school was locked down at 8:45 a.m. after receiving word from the 911 center concerning phone calls made from inside the building relating to a possible person with a gun. The calls were both confirmed to be called in by a CHS student and not true.

Eastern coach Jim Schmitz, left, yells through the umpire at Morehead State coach Jay Sorg after an Eastern runner was pushed off of third base after the play during the bottom of the fourth inning in the final game of the series Sunday, April 22, 2012, at Coaches Stadium. Eastern defeated Morehead State 13-8.

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Portfolio

My online portfolio of still images can be seen by clicking right here and at the bottom of the page in the footer. Here are a few of the photos.

Sophomore wing Cara Hahne tugs on the jersey of a Northern Iowa rugby player during Eastern Illinois University’s 24-5 victory at Lakeside Field Oct. 23, 2011.

Beth Niemerg, a freshman biology major, served in the United States Army to pay for school. She decided to come back without any of her transferrable credits previously earned because she wanted her time at Eastern to be a new start.

Senior community health major Julie Huck waits as Johnny Wilder, owner of Poor Boys Tattoo and Piercings in Charleston, Ill., finishes her tattoo Oct. 1, 2011. Huck has been working on her tattoo on and off for four years.

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