Winter break photo contest winners

Winners

Winner! Katherine Taylor, “Flying into San Diego (my old duty station when I was still in the Navy) to spend time with my best friend, whom I joined the Navy with in 2008, before she left for an eight-month deployment.”

Winner! Katherine Taylor, “Flying into San Diego (my old duty station when I was still in the Navy) to spend time with my best friend, whom I joined the Navy with in 2008, before she left for an eight-month deployment.”

Second Place! Ksenia Polikakhina, New York City, view of Jersey City from Manhattan

Second Place! Ksenia Polikakhina, New York City, view of Jersey City from Manhattan

Third Place! Esther Wee, Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority members Autumn Sperry, Holly Linder, Katelyn Sloan, Kaela Rae Concepcion and Maddison Rachow participate in Polar Plunge to raise money for the Special Olympics.

Third Place! Esther Wee, Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority members Autumn Sperry, Holly Linder, Katelyn Sloan, Kaela Rae Concepcion and Maddison Rachow participate in Polar Plunge to raise money for the Special Olympics.

Honorable Mentions

Honorable Mention! Ammon Swenson, “This was taken in Eagle River on Dec. 16 around 10:30 p.m. while camping in a public-use yurt. The temperature was around -10 (degrees), and I was standing right on the river.”

Honorable Mention! Ammon Swenson, “This was taken in Eagle River on Dec. 16 around 10:30 p.m. while camping in a public-use yurt. The temperature was around -10 (degrees), and I was standing right on the river.”

Honorable Mention! Joshua Desjardin, “My father is a captain in the U.S. Army and deployed there (Guantánamo Bay), and I had the rare opportunity to visit him during Christmas break. Being invited to Guantánamo Bay is a very rare opportunity, and I took the opportunity.”

Honorable Mention! Joshua Desjardin, “My father is a captain in the U.S. Army and deployed there (Guantánamo Bay), and I had the rare opportunity to visit him during Christmas break. Being invited to Guantánamo Bay is a very rare opportunity, and I took the opportunity.”

 

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