This year I decided to make homemade Christmas cards. Although it became an extremely time consuming endeavor, I enjoyed every minute of it!
There is a noticeable difference between the income gap of a country and the rate of infant deaths. It is interesting to see where the USA lies on this graph.
This information can be found at: http://inequality.org/inequality-health/
I have been slacking on keeping my Tumblr updated due to the craziness that comes with finals and projects all due at the same time. I will be posting my latest collection of photographs by the end of next week! Stay Tuned =)
Frustrated Egyptians come out in force: The toll of dead and injured in clashes grows. Anger has been building over the unrealized promise of a revolution that ousted Hosni Mubarak but has yet to steer the country toward democracy.
Photo: A protester removes a tear gas canister during clashes with Egyptian security forces in Cairo. Security forces and military police firing tear gas and birdshot stormed Tahrir Square to chase out protesters. Credit: Mohamed Omar / EPA
I interviewed a random group of people at the Stonestown Mall in San Francisco asking them the following question: “What letter comes before W in the alphabet?” My objective: to see how many of us still rely on our alphabet song to retrieve this information.
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Rip Curl Pro Search 2011, Ocean Beach, San Francisco
At schools, stores and hospitals, Californians prepare for quake: ShakeOut drills across California help people prepare for an earthquake at home, at work or while shopping. In the bread aisle at the grocery store? Stay put.
How was ShakeOut for you? The Times practiced running the paper from the emergency newsroom at our printing plant.
Photo: Robert W. Mackay takes cover under a shopping cart inside a Target store. Leslie Gordon of the USGS in Menlo Park was at the Northridge store Thursday during the ShakeOut, a series of simultaneous earthquake drills throughout California. Credit: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times