In Photos: #CoASDayintheLife
July 28, 2015
A view of Philadelphia's skyline. Photo by Alexandra Atiyeh, BS environmental science '16.
From creepy, crawly bugs in the lab to street art in the Caribbean, the adventures of the College of Arts and Sciences community's days are worth a thousand words.
So why not use pictures to put the spotlight on those experiences?
“For the last three years, we’ve asked our college community to share personal moments in their day-to-day lives,” said Amy Weaver, director of marketing and communications for the College of Arts and Sciences. “The vast majority of participants have been students and they always impress us — not only with the incredible beauty of their photos but with the work they’re doing, the places they’re visiting, the insights they share and their great senses of humor.”
Voting on 50 finalists wrapped up July 26 for this year’s round of the #CoASDayintheLife photo contest.
Here are the top vote-winners. Experience just another remarkable day in CoAS life:
An old pier at Puerto Natales in Chile. Photo by Rebecca Olsho, BA international area studies '17.
Lakshmi Villas Palace details in Baroda, Gujarat. Photo by Kanan Gole, BA international area studies '15.
Kayaking on the Schuylkill River. Photo by Vincent O'Leary, BS environmental science '18.
Octopi hanging in Crete, Greece. Photo by Karly Soldner, BS environmental science '17.
First Place - The Winner
Chicken satay tacos from the Cucina Zapata food truck at Drexel. Photo by Kerri Yandrich, BS environmental policy '16.
Want to see the full collection? Here’s the full album of finalists on the College of Arts and Sciences’ Facebook page.