Chancellor Interviewed, CUNY Photo Challenge, Around the World (Cup) Photos

Chancellor Interviewed on CUNY TV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJjhq63WiV8&feature=youtu.be.
CUNY Photo Challenge You have until June 30 to pick your favorite among the nine photos that editors from the University’s Office of Communications and Marketing chose as the best of each month’s submissions during the 2013-2014 academic year. The winner will receive an iPad and bragging rights. http://cuny.edu/news/features/photo-contest.html.
Around the World (Cup) Photosby Ben Huberman of Word press.com. Copacabana during the World Cup. Just before their team dispatched the outgoing champion, Spain, these Chilean fans found time to hit the beach in Copacabana, where they were captured by Rio-based photoblogger Cristina. http://mylittleriojournal.wordpress.com/2014/06/18/copacabana-characters-during-world-cup/. Watching the game in Acari. Across town, in a favela called Acari, Dutch student Steef Fleur watched the Brazil-Mexico match with some new friends. This photo is part of Steef’s ongoing project to document the World Cup across local communities in Brazil. Public viewing in San Francisco’s Civic Center. Fans on the other side of the equator watched the same game between the Mexican and Brazilian teams. Blogger Vonn Scott Bair joined the action in San Francisco’s Civic Center, where football fanatics and lunch breakers alike can watch the games together. http://vonnscottbair.wordpress.com/2014/06/18/world-cup-extras-at-the-san-francisco-civic-center-17-june-2014-weekly-photo-challenge-extra-extra/. Arena Amazonia in Manaus. All this excitement invites intensive, nonstop coverage. British photographer Simon Stacpoole is flying around Brazil this month, trying to capture the perfect shot of players in action. In this photo, taken in Manaus’ Arena Amazonia, he turns his attention to his fellow photographers in the moments before the England-Italy match. http://simonstacpoole.wordpress.com/2014/06/15/manaus/.

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