Tuesday, March 2, 2021 - 10:13pm

New York City, home to over 700 bridges that connects all five boroughs, stands as one of the cities with the most bridges in the world, behind Hamburg and Amsterdam. Some of these bridges represent the oldest parts of New York’s history, serving as icons for the city today. As someone who frequently gets lost while driving in the city and ends up in the wrong borough, I would like to assume that I have driven over most of them. 

Tuesday, November 3, 2020 - 11:14pm
Students wait to vote outside of the UMMA Tuesday afternoon.

Annie Klusendorf - Managing Photo Editor

In early February, I found myself in a high school gym in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, watching an energetic Elizabeth Warren bop around the stage in her textbook blue cardigan and black pants. She spoke of her days as a teacher, her husband Bruce and her dog Bailey, as well as her plans for the country. 

Monday, September 7, 2020 - 7:39pm

One of Michigan’s gems, Mackinac Island, sits at the top of the mitten and is home to charming stores, picturesque hikes and, of course, lots of fudge shops. The small island is only 4.35 square miles and does not allow any sort of cars or motorized vehicles, except for a firetruck and an ambulance. Instead, bicycles scatter the streets and horse drawn carriages function as taxis. For such a small island, there is a rich history that dates all the way back to the 17th century, when Fort Mackinac served as a United States base during the War of 1812.

Wednesday, June 10, 2020 - 11:00pm

Protesters from Ridgewood and surrounding towns gather during the March for Solidarity, organized by the MLK Committee and the Community Peace and Justice Forum, at the Ridgewood YMCA Wednesday evening.

Monday, April 20, 2020 - 7:52pm
Rides at the Seaside Heights boardwalk are closed during the off-season.

I’ve never been to an empty boardwalk and now I can understand why. It’s haunting. Empty rides. Closed arcades. The ferris wheel didn’t have chairs attached to it (I didn’t know they could come off in the first place ... which is not the most assuring thought). Even in broad daylight, the lack of life and sound feels like a different universe. Mind you, it’s technically the off-season, but the prospects for any boardwalks along the East Coast are not looking good in the coming months. I think we can all predict they won’t be the same for a while.

Sunday, March 29, 2020 - 8:26pm
Sure enough, I tried to go and photograph an empty Big House, but only got the outside.

“Can you edit a photo of the Big House empty?”

As a photo editor, that’s not a normal question to get asked. A picture of a Maize out at Yost? Sure, we have that. Protests on the Diag? Of course. But an empty stadium, let alone the Big House? Well that just isn’t in the job description.

Tuesday, March 24, 2020 - 7:56pm
COVID-19 test administrators test people through a drive through Wednesday afternoon.

Each week, Daily Staff Photographers cover dozens of events, leading to hundreds of photos. Below is a collection of some of this weeks highlights.

Students take a walk through Nichols Arboretum Tuesday evening.

Monday, March 16, 2020 - 10:58am
Senator Bernie Sanders hosts a rally for his presidential campaign on the Diag Sunday afternoon.

Each week, Daily Staff Photographers cover dozens of events, leading to hundreds of photos. Below is a collection of some of this weeks highlights.

Thursday, March 12, 2020 - 8:17pm

Over spring break, several of our photographers had the opportunity to travel throughout the world and photograph their experiences. Managing Photo Editor Allison Engkvist spent a week in Scandinavia, exploring parts of Denmark and Sweden.


Tuesday, January 21, 2020 - 11:10pm

Every year, the New York Botanical Gardens displays the Holiday Train Show, an intricate display of 175 famous New York landmarks and trains made from natural materials, such as bark, acorns, and cinnamon sticks. Some of this years landmarks included the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Rockefeller Center, and Yankee Stadium. The Holiday Train Show began in 1992 with creator Paul Busse and has been a main attraction during the holiday season ever since.