Crowd surfing doesn't only happen at punk shows...
Through the Lens
Garrett Bing, a member of the new student group, The People's Fire Coalition, practices Poi on Northrop mall on Tuesday. Poi is a traditional art in which you swing flaming balls of fire suspended by chains around your body to excite, amuse, thrill, and shock any onlookers.
Jules Ameel captured this image shortly after a man was struck by a car early Thursday morning on the intersection of 10th Avenue SE and 1st Street S.
I recently came across this issue of the Daily and thought others might find it as interesting as I did.
Gophers women's basketball loses to Illinois
The Rocky Mountain News in Denver, CO ran its final issue today revealing the state of the economy and the possible future of newspaper journalism across the country.
What an oh so calming instrument.
The Daily's very own Senior Staff Photographer Stephen Maturen - First Place - News and Sports Hearst Photojournalism Competition
So I shot tennis this weekend and thought it would be really funny if I photographed the OTHER team. ...total mistake, actually. Next time I'll remember my glasses and not just go by the colors of their polos, (which are clearly embroidered with a giant "I") Sorry Gophers.
So, we accidentally had the wrong protest picture up with Mike Langseth's story. Oops. I don't think the Union is that mad.
Photos by Steve Maturen, Senior Staff Photographer
A light illuminated a single audience member during a presentation in Willey Hall today. I found the lone man intriguing.
Pictures taken by Staff Photographer Tara Sloane
"Now that's a feature!" Voted on by Daily Photo Staff Photo By: Marija Majerle