Photojournalism students use photo essays to tell stories

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Emily Walker earned a gift card for winning first place for her photo essay.

Students in Dr. Y.J. Sohn’s photojournalism class earned accolades from their peers for their final projects. Multiplatform journalism student Emily Walker’s essay, “Every Day: Life at Ninety-Six” was voted top in the class. Nabhan Caudhry earned second place honors with “The Story of Teddy,” and Roland Hesmondhalgh took third place with his “Restricted Area.” See their work below.

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Every Day: Life at Ninety-Six

by Emily Walker


The Story of Teddy

by Nabhan Caudhry



Restricted Area

by Roland Hesmondhalgh

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Heidi Hatfield Edwards is professor of communication, and chair of communication programs in the School of Arts and Communication at Florida Institute of Technology.

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