Monthly Archives: February 2016

DU College Republicans: The right side of campus

Throughout the slideshow a wide variety of photos are featured. The first photo of the presentation is a snapshot of the DU College Republican homepage. This photo provides an introduction to the presentation. The next few photos range from snapshots around the DU campus, relevant to College Republicans, to photos from Jake Viano’s campaign for city council which members DU Republicans volunteered with in the spring of 2015.

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Globally-minded students impacting the world through AIESEC

AIESEC is the largest student-run organization in the world, located on college campuses throughout Europe and the United States, including the University of Denver. In order represent the organization and what it stands for, I tried to take photos that involved its members and its values. Continue reading

Building: A better world

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Denver’s Population: Still Safe to Drive?

For my audio slideshow, I looked at how people generally viewed driving conditions in the Denver Area. Recently, the city has experienced a population boom and I read a Denver Post report that traffic accidents are on the rise. In retrospect, my topic came to me from a close call on the road when I was heading to work. Having brainstormed many other topics, I was almost ready to throw in the towel and do another piece on swing dancing. However, I decided to venture into the background of my new co-worker. Recently, she had arrived from Miami, Florida. Ultimately, I wondered if Colorado’s road conditions were as bad as other major cities-especially given the population increase.
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