New Student Photo Series 2012 – Post #6

Photo submissions continue to roll in for our new student photo series.  If you are an incoming student and wish to share your photos on our blog, please review this entry for details on how to submit your photos.


Today’s first set of photographs were submitted by Jesper Frant, incoming MPA-DP student


Colorado National Monument, Grand Junction, Colorado

To commemorate Independence Day, my boss (U.S. Senator Mark Udall) and I rocked climbed up Otto’s Route to raise the American flag at the summit of Independence Monument, a 550-foot-tall rock spire in the Colorado National Monument. Not bad for a last day on the job.


Hiking in Tabernash, Colorado, with my brother and his twin daughters. They are nearly 3-years-old now. It has been cool watching their personalities develop…they couldn’t be more different.


Sitting on the shoulders of a giant. I spent two years working in and exploring Washington, D.C.


Me at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem during a Birthright Israel trip. I asked an Israeli man why women prayed separately from men and why the women’s section was 1/3 the size of the men’s. His response: “Americans are all about equality.”


The second set of photographs were submitted by incoming student, Alana Ngoh, MIA


With a journalist at the Travelport launch press conference in Manama – Manama, Bahrain


In front of the ancient Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the seven wonders of the world – Giza, Egypt


Watching the fishermen on an early morning stroll along the Corniche in Beirut – Beirut, Lebanon


On an impromptu tour with a friendly local in Kathmandu – Kathmandu, Nepal