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ST. PETERSBURG PHOTO ESSAY

contributor brian tich didn’t have a wide-angled lens during his time in st. petersburg — this is what he came up with instead.

Postcards from Russia: The Candy Jar in Red Square

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by CHI LING, CHAN

You have seen this one before. Even if Russia might be as foreign as Mars is to you, you know you are in Moscow when you see the Saint Basil’s Cathedral. As a matter of fact, I wasn’t quite convinced that I was actually in Moscow until I finally met the domes that rise up into the sky like rainbow-colored bonfires.

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a Treasure Island photo essay

the first in a three part TI series

by ERIC EICH and BRITTANY NEWELL

Travels in Chile: Los Desparecidos

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by RANDI ELLEN RUDOLPH

A museum in Santiago, Chile uses art to explore its painful past and the possibility of a brighter future.

When I arrived in Chile, I knew little of the terrible and painful past that the nation had recently gone through.  I knew that Chile isn’t exactly considered a first world country, and I had partly chosen to study abroad in Santiago for the experience of living outside of the societal and technological norms that come with a well-developed country.

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