Through Our Eyes – Week 19


Each Thursday, WKU’s Student Chapter of NPPA brings you some of the best images of the past week taken by our very own classmates. To submit for our weekly posts, you must currently be a WKU Photojournalism student and have taken the images or produced the video within the last week (Tuesday to Tuesday). Send your top 1-5 selections to by our Tuesday 6:30pm deadline and our officers and attendees will pick the best of the bunch to showcase at our open meetings every Tuesday at 7pm in Lab 127.

toepost032714_001Tyler “London” Chandler, 19, of Louisville, Ky.,  identifies as transgender. As a freshman at WKU, he says he feels more open to express himself. After seeing a fortune teller, he decided to wait on any surgeries to advance his career in musical theater. Shot through a piece of beveled glass on Saturday, March 22, 2013.  ADAM WOLFFBRANDT

toepost032714_002Young cheerleaders occupy their time prior to performing at the Mardi Gras Nationals Cheerleading Competition in Nashville, TN, March 22, 2014.  JUSTIN GILLILAND

toepost032714_003Chris Page, left, comforts Bryan Blackwell as he mourns the death of his father, Bobby Blackwell. Bobby died of a sudden heart attack early last Sunday, March 23, 2014.  HARRISON HILL

toepost032714_004Kelsey Holland listens intently during the “Bluebirds 101” class on Sunday, March 23, 2014, at the For-Mar Nature Preserve and Arboretum in Flint, Mich.  KATIE MCLEAN

toepost032714_005Isac Duron, 11, of Bowling Green, Ky., poses for a portrait at his parent’s shop, Taquiera Sinai, where he currently works the front counter.  BRITTANY GREESON

Robert Jordan has owned and operated Jordan Sales and Savage in Fayetteville, Georgia since 1972. After developing Parkinson’s disease, Mr. Jordan contemplates selling his treasured land.  ALYSSA POINTER

Born and raised in Smiths Grove, Ky., Mark Whitley has been a professional wood artist in his hometown for the past 14 years. “I live and work in Kentucky because I love Kentucky,” Whitley said, but his inspiration does not come from his home state. “I knew I had to leave,” Whitley said, and with nothing more than a backpack he traveled the world engaging different cultures in a way that dictates how he works today.  BRIAN POWERS



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  1. To all WKU PJers,

    This is such an awesome forum. If you are not partisipating… Start!

    If you are afraid to fail, you are afraid to succeed. -Barry Gutierrez

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