Hayley Posner

Hayley Posner

I'm from Westchester, New York and am a sophomore at the University of Denver. Currently I'm a media studies major and a double minor in fine arts and communications. When I'm not busy writing papers, avoiding math or at a sorority event I can be found snowboarding or watching movies.

Women’s Safety On Campus

The story I aimed to convey in my slide show is that of the women of DU and how they feel about their safety. I included photos of both people and places to help frame the story in terms of who is being affected, where are they being affected and what can we do to change this. I wanted to make this a serious piece and I think I was able to accomplish this goal. Some of my photos were meant to be more symbolic rather than literal in their meaning so that the slide show had depth rather than just putting all very obvious photos up.

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What to wear: snow and ice edition

My slide show focuses in on what types of winter weather clothing items students should wear when it is icy and cold outside. Being in proper winter gear for braving the slipper paths on campus is very important, and no one likes freezing on their way to class. My topic covered not only foot wear but also coats, layers, and other accessories students should consider investing in in order to be safe and warm during the winter months here in Colorado.

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What to wear to survive a Colorado winter

The University of Denver is home to a wide range of students hailing from all corners of the country, many of whom don’t have prior experience with snow or cold weather. Due to this fact, many students are unprepared for the snow and ice covered paths that snake the University’s campus.

Snow boot marks can be seen all around campus

Snow boot marks can be seen all around campus

As fall quarter came to an end last year at The University of Denver, it had become abundantly clear that come January there would be loads of snow descending and plenty of frigid winter days. On such days it is always interesting to see what students are bundled up in to brave the wintery weather on and around campus.

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