“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
Quite often, we go through life and miss so many details in the world around us. During their first semester, the students at Antonelli Institute went to Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania with the task to find things that most people would normally overlook. The best of their photos were entered into a photo contest that included an image from each of the students. The print competition had three categories; most creative, best print quality, and overall best of show. They also held an online competition that was open to anyone and everyone to participate and vote. There was only one category online, and the 14,000 people reached chose an overall winner.
Print Competition Winners:
Best print quality: Sam Shirley
Most creative: Matt Inoa
Best of show: Jordan Curry
Online Competition Winner:
Best Image: Haley Somonski
Photographer: Allison Wodock
Photography by Antonelli Institute NPPA Staff Photographer, Nicholas Koehler
“Approximately 500,000 people made their way into Washington D.C. on January 21, 2017 for the “Women’s March on Washington D.C.” This march was held to talk about women’s rights along with other issues concerning minorities and equality.”
Kyle Brown, a student member of Antonelli Institute’s NPPA Chapter, covered the Bernie Sanders Presidential Rally on April 6, 2016 at Temple University
Today was the Holiday Party for Antonelli Institute’s NPPA Chapter. With today’s party we discussed future events and opportunities that are available to us. We also reflected on how being in this organization helps us. Here are some images to showcase our event.