Tuesday, November 14, 2017 - 9:31pm
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For 84 years, a football game arguably more exciting than the NCAA game it precedes has brought excitement to tailgaters and alumni on homecoming weekend. Hosted by the Michigan Mudbowl Club, the event takes place the morning of homecoming Saturday each year and raises funds for Mott Children's Hospital. More often than not the chaos going on in the sidelines is more entertaining than the game itself. I attended Mudbowl for the first time last year and was awestruck.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 - 8:31pm
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On November 14, members of the University of Michigan Muslim Students’ Association gathered for Ishaa prayer (the fifth and final Islamic prayer of the day) on the Diag. Hundreds of other students joined in solidarity, showing their support by forming a protective a circle around the MSA members. The event was organized in response to a series of anti-Muslim incidents during the week.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 - 7:11pm
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Last weekend, I photographed Mud Bowl — a fundraiser for Mott Children's Hospital. That atmosphere was unlike any other sport I've shot before; spectators ranged from tailgaters to alumni to Greek Life, all cheering on their favorite team. Being on the sidelines was nothing short of chaotic: getting mud splashed all over as I tried to capture the action, atmosphere and fights breaking out. It reminded me that spectators and atmosphere are just as important as the athletes and telling the story of the game.