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I want to completely eradicate the idea that people who speak pidgin are somehow not as intelligent as people who speak “standard” varieties of English, or that pidgin is somehow ‘less’ of a language in any way.”

Harmony Graziano ’15
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There’s a lot to it, but the only way to develop as a sports photographer in my eyes is to shoot and keep shooting … the only way to get better at your craft is to do it as much as you possibly can.”

Hiro Ueno ’14
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I try to convey who the subject might be when they aren’t in front of a camera. I want my photos to depict an authentic person and experience. … a narrative that works against past assumptions or that creates a new understanding.”

Nani Welch Keli‘iho‘omalu ’14
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I really wanted to tell the stories of quiet people, who do normal yet extraordinary things. Social media shows us celebrities, turning people into products for their audience. I wanted to tell authentic stories.”

Angela Wu ’19
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Working as a single unit in a canoe, fully united, is a valuable thing to learn. You have to put your ego aside and understand you’re part of something bigger.”

Ford Stallsmith ’20