Portfolio: Alana Tinsley

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Andrea Araujo, 21, San Pedro Sula Honduras, junior nutrition major checks her social media every night, in her room before going to bed. (MMJ 3333/ Alana Tinsley)

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Rainy day at Georgia Southern University Sweetheart Circle. (MMJ 3333/Alana Tinsley)

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Ana Ordonez, 21, junior manufacturing engineer major at Georgia Southern University shares a little bit of her country’s culture at Rancho Alegre in Savannah, GA. Ordonez expresses her joy eating her favorite dish, guava empanadas. (MMJ 3333/Alana Tinsley)

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Ana Ordonez, 21, junior manufacturing engineer major at Georgia Southern shows off her engineering goggles that are required for her to wear while working with machines at her job in the engineering department. (MMJ 3333/Alana Tinsley)

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Ana Ordonez, 21, Tegucigalpa Honduras, junior manufacturing engineer major reads news articles on her cell phone, trying to pass the time during her five-hour break in between her Monday classes. (MMMJ 3333/Alana Tinsley)

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Madison O’Hara, 22, Marietta Georgia, senior early childhood education major smirks at friends showing her raunchy souvenirs in a River Street T-Shirt shop in Savannah GA. (MMJ 3333/Alana Tinsley)

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Madison O’Hara, 22, Marietta Georgia, senior early childhood education major is enjoying shopping for souvenirs on River Street in Savannah Georgia. O’Hara is visiting Savannah for her friend’s birthday. (MMJ 3333/Alana Tinsley)

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Sydney Segers, 21, Marietta Georgia, senior criminal justice (right) laughs along with friend, Madison O’Hara, 22, Marietta GA, senior early childhood education major (left), while the Savannah winds mess up their hair for their photo. (MMJ 3333/ Alana Tinsley)

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Sydney Segers, 21, Marietta Georgia, senior criminal justice major (left), and friend, Morgan Blair, 22, Marietta Georgia (right) pose for a selfie to commemorate their first trip to Savannah Georgia during Easter/April Fool’s Day weekend. Segers and Blair explore Savannah Georgia’s River Street because it’s a popular tourist attraction area. (MMJ 3333/Alana Tinsley)

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Georgia Southern students watch on with amazement at the annual Drag Show on Thursday April 5, 2018. The free-show is hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Gay Straight Alliance in the Russell Union ballroom. (MMJ 3333/Alana Tinsley)

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Two players duke it out in a recreational 2 Vs. 2 basketball game at the RAC on Georgia Southern. (Photojournalism/ George Andersen)

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Kaitlyn Caracciolo coddles her new white German Shepherd puppy just hours after taking it home. (Photojournalism/ George Andersen)

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Kaitlyn Caracciolo’s new puppy finds interest in the camera, “Yeti” is just eight weeks old. (Photojournalism/ George Andersen)

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Ruthie, a foster child for the Cabe family in Vidalia, Georgia, is strapped into her high chair for one of the first times she will ever experience solid food. (Photojournalism/ George Andersen)IMG_6991

Paul, Ruth’s twin and another foster child of the Cabe family looks into the eyes of his potentially permanent father. The Cabe’s are attempting to adopt the twins, and give them a stable home. (Photojournalism/ George Andersen)BRAD PHOTO 2 2

Autumn, another foster child being taken care of by the Cabes, hugs Carolyn. Unlike the other two, she will likely go back to her mother in the near future. (Photojournalism/George Andersen)IMG_7093

Shaquille St. John, performs at one of his final recitals of the year in Georgia Southern’s Foy Building. He was accompanied by the piano playing of Cindy Marshall and performed the song “My God is so High” (Photojournalism/ George AndersenIMG_7119

James Allen(front) and Jordan Knapp focus on one of their last recitals of the year at Georgia Southern. They performed “Slavonic Dance in C Major” (Photojournalism/ George Andersen)

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Jordan Knapp (left) and James Allen, stand in front of the crowd facing applause after their performance. (Photojournalism/ George Andersen)faces in places3-1

A senior citizen takes a walk around the indoor track after having a session with a personal trainer. (Photojournalism/ George Andersen)

Portfolio – Araya Jackson

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Dominic Lalli, saxophone player and producer for instrumental electronic group Big Gigantic, puts his soul into his solo during a concert at the Coca-Cola Roxy Theater in Atlanta, Georgia. Big Gigantic consists of Lalli and drummer Jeremy Salken. (MMJ/Araya Jackson)\

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Bohemian vibes in the entrance way of East & Up, a new vintage retail store on East Liberty Street in Savannah, Georgia.

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Leila Daftarian, 22, a senior at the University of Georgia, enjoys her favorite snack, spinach artichoke dip, at Okeechobee Music Festival in Okeechobee, Florida. Daftarian has been to almost 20 music festivals in the last five years, and brings spinach dip to every single one. (MMJ/Araya Jackson)

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Gloria McGoldrick, back left, 21, Ashley Simon, back right, 22, and the rest of their friends make a toast to their adventurous night ahead in Savannah, Georgia. They are celebrating a friend’s 21 birthday. “Here’s to a night we’ll never remember nor forget,” Simon yelled. (MMJ/Araya Jackson)

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The Savannah Farmer’s market is a great place to buy fresh produce, locally made honey and baked goods, and beautiful flower arrangements. (MMJ/ Araya Jackson)

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Kitty Perry, 1, stares down a fly buzzing around her house just before she prances to attack it. (MMJ/ Araya Jackson)

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Olivia Jackson, 2, plays in the purple flowers, which she says is her favorite color. (MMJ/ Araya Jackson)

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Gracie, left, 3, and her sister Carrie, 4, learn a Princess  Elsa- inspired activity with a volunteer. (MMJ/ Araya Jackson)

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Parker Hutchens, 4, plays Jenga with the Botanical Garden volunteer workers. (MMJ/ Araya Jackson)

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Angela Cohen sits with her daughter, far right, Sarah, 7, and her daughter’s friends, underneath umbrellas to shield from the light rain that started to come down just as the event was ending. (MMJ/ Araya Jackson)

A8- Portfolio: Jamie Jefferson

 

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Marissa Garcia, 21, junior exercise science major at Georgia Southern University, chest presses at the Recreational Activity Center in preparation for her upcoming weight lifting show. “The gym has always been my escape,” Garcia says.  (MMJ/ Jamie Jefferson)

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Shaun Haines, a member of the USA Rugby team, prepares to get hit in the face with a wet sponge at the  Spring Into Statesboro festival on East Main Street in downtown Statesboro on Saturday, April 21. Haines and his rugby team had their own booth at the festival with wet sponges and balloons filled with paint for patrons to throw darts at. (MMJ/ Jamie Jefferson)

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Daniel Wair, “The Chalk Guy”, perfects his sidewalk art at the  Spring Into Statesboro festival on East Main Street in downtown Statesboro on Saturday, April 21. Wair is proud of his many creations and loves festivals like this where more people can see his work. (MMJ/ Jamie Jefferson)

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Caleb Adams, 6, feeds hay to a miniature pony at the annual Spring Into Statesboro festival on East Main Street in downtown Statesboro on Saturday, April 21. Eason wearing his favorite cowboy hat fashioned after his favorite cowboy Woody from Toy Story loved getting to pet all the horses at the festival. (MMJ/ Jamie Jefferson)

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Bridger Lewellen, 5, has his arms outstretched ready to catch a pass at the Spring Into Statesboro festival on East Main Street in downtown Statesboro on Saturday, April 21. Lewellen’s mother said that football is his favorite sport and will play as long as someone will throw to him. (MMJ/ Jamie Jefferson)

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Jalen Eason, general studies major at Georgia Southern University, throws one of many countless passes to the children of Statesboro at the Spring Into Statesboro festival on East Main Street in downtown Statesboro on Saturday, April 21. Eason says he loves athletics because they can bring an entire community together. (MMJ/ Jamie Jefferson)

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Katie Neely, business management major at Georgia Southern, concentrates while painting a child’s face at the annual  Spring into Statesboro festival on East Main Street in downtown Statesboro on Saturday, April 21. Neely was there with her Leadership and Programming in Creativity class. (MMJ/Jamie Jefferson)

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Brittany James, 5, makes a get well card for her grandmother at an arts and craft booth at the annual Spring into Statesboro festival on East Main Street in downtown Statesboro on Saturday, April 21. James’ grandmother just had surgery and her granddaughter believes a card filled with love is just what the doctor ordered. (MMJ/Jamie Jefferson)

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Markese Branch, 22, senior Japanese major, is pulled across the skating rink by his friend during Thursday’s UPB skate party at the Williams Center. (MMJ/ Jamie Jefferson)

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Guadalupe Ortega, left, freshman pre-nursing major laughs while grabbing on to her friend, Amira James, a senior biology major at the skate party planned by UPB on Thursday night. ” I had no idea I was this bad at skating,” Green said. (MMJ/ Jamie Jefferson)

 

Amina Ramsey- Portfolio

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This is a photo of a well that was transformed into a pond at the Botanic Garden in Statesboro Georgia. This photo was taken during the Botanic Garden Festival on Sunday, April 22, 2018 in Statesboro, Georgia. –Photo by Amina Ramsey

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An antique birdhouse built in 1918 stands next to the artifact museum located in the Botanic Garden in Statesboro, Georgia. –Photo by Amina Ramsey

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Brandii Baugh, 23, a senior public health major at Georgia Southern University, comes home to her off-campus apartment and dives straight into her Statistics homework after working an exhausting 10-hour shift at Landrum Dining Commons on Sat., March 24, 2018 at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA. –Photo by Amina Ramsey

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Emily Wager holds her daughter, Grace Wager, as she waits for her husband and son to drink a glass of lemon water from the Botanic Garden at the Botanic Garden Children’s Festival in Statesboro, Georgia on Sunday, April 22, 2018. –Photo by Amina Ramsey

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The Blue Hurricane Fountain sits outside the entrance surrounded by plants that are native to Bulloch County. This photo was taken on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at the Botanic Garden Festival in Statesboro, Georgia. –Photo by Amina Ramsey

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Slandge Vishuki (right) laughs as her daughters, Shianka (left) and Vishuri (middle) help her pick up the bean plant she dropped that she purchased from the Botanic Garden Plant Sale at the Botanic Garden Festival on Sunday, April 22, 2018 in Statesboro, Georgia. –Photo by Amina Ramsey

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Rebecca Osben, 21, senior journalism major at Kennesaw State University sits in a tree and admires the campus of Georgia Southern University at Sweetheart Circle as she visits for one day during her Spring Break on Tuesday, April 2, 2018. –Photo by Amina Ramsey

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Red Azaleas are in full bloom and on display at the Botanic Garden in Statesboro, Georgia at the Botanic Garden Festival on Sunday, April 22, 2018. –Photo by Amina Ramsey

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Kesha Thorton, 23, looks down into the well that was turned into a pond admiring the flowers inside of it at the Botanic Garden Festival in Statesboro, Georgia on April 22, 2018.

 

 

 

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Rebecca Osben, 21, senior journalism major at Kennesaw State University, reads a book titled, “A Midnight Summer’s Dream”, in a tree at Sweetheart Circle on Georgia Southern University’s campus in Statesboro, Georgia on April 2, 2018. She is only here for one day during her Spring Break. –Photo by Amina Ramsey

 

Events- Andersen

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Marlena Mitchell (left) and Audrey Wade perform Jeux d’enfants, op 22 La Poupee in the Foy building at Georgia Southern during one of their final piano recitals of the semester. (MMJ/ George Andersen)IMG_7093

Shaquille St. John sings along to the piano playing of Cindy Marshall. The songs were religious with one being titled “My god is so high”. “It’s like we’re at church on a Monday,” one spectator from the crowd said. (MMJ/ George Andersen)IMG_7112

James Allen and Jordan Knapp stand in front of the crowd after a successful performance.( MMJ/ George Andersen)IMG_7119

James Allen and Jordan knapp focus on their performance of Slavonic Dance in C Major. (MMJ/George Andersen)

A8: Portfolio – Dana Lark

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Children flock to the makeshift art canvases strung in rows at Sweetheart Circle during the 36th annual ArtsFest on Saturday, April 14, 2018. Attendees use their skills to create their own masterpieces as the importance of art and play are reinforced during the colorful event. —Photo by Dana Lark. 

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Three-year-old Emmerie Starling reaches up bravely to touch the snake at ArtsFest on Saturday. The albino Columbia red-tailed boa is the main attraction at the Georgia Southern Wildlife Center art stop during the festival in Sweetheart Circle. —Photo by Dana Lark.

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Seven dancers pass the time by digging holes in the dirt at Sweetheart Circle before their moment in the spotlight at ArtsFest on Saturday. The ArtsFest community stage is a platform for local performers and dancers to share their passion and hard work on a large scale. —Photo by Dana Lark. 

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Six-month-old Parker Evans finds a relaxing spot in the shade with her mother to escape at ArtsFest on Saturday. The soft bed of grass in Sweetheart Circle at Georgia Southern University makes for perfect lounging. —Photo by Dana Lark. 

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Local art vendors, food vendors, and businesses line the grass under the shade of trees in Sweetheart Circle at Georgia Southern University on Saturday. ArtsFest is a celebration of art and an emblem of community and university collaboration. —Photo by Dana Lark. 

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Marie Warren, a volunteer for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, represents the organization at the sixth annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk at Georgia Southern University on Saturday, March 24, 2018. Warren addresses the the group in attendance, “Many of us here know the impact of suicide, and your presence here today honors the memory of the loved ones we’ve lost.” (MMJ/Dana Lark)

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Guadalupe Ortega, 19, freshman pre-nursing major at Georgia Southern University, loses herself to the music and finally feels more comfortable on roller skates at a campus skate party on Thursday in the Williams Center Multipurpose Room. Ortega spends most of the night holding on to the arms of her friends and fell once, but towards the end of the event she lets loose. (MMJ/Dana Lark)

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Sam Wells, 29, has officially been crowned by her mother as the queen of the castle during an early 30th birthday celebration at her home in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina on Saturday, March 24. Wells recently purchased her first home and invited close friends and family to celebrate the milestone birthday that doubled as an impromptu housewarming party. (MMJ/Dana Lark)

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Jeanna Fleming, 25, graduate assistant for the Georgia Southern University Wellness Program, supports suicide awareness and prevention by volunteering at the annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk. Fleming writes on a dry erase board, “I am walking in support of anyone contemplating suicide.” (MMJ/Dana Lark)

Places

Historic downtown Savannah is full of hidden entrances and alleyways that lead to homes and store entrances. This hidden gem is situated near Madison Square. (MMJ class/Dana Lark)