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PICTORIALS Pictorial images are generally known to exploit the graphic or aesthetic qualities of the subject with emphasis on composition. Below are some of the top pictorials from this school year.

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1. The evening light shining on fans at Memorial Stadium is seen in the reflection of a sousaphone during the halftime performance of the game against Minnesota on Nov. 10. 2. Wedge Bar in Champaign has over 120 types of tequilas to choose from, including the Gran Corralejo Añejo, center. 3. Joseph Jessee, night shift delivery driver for Fat Sandwich and Parkland student, delivers a sandwich to ISR on Nov. 28. 4. Matt Bollant, head coach of Illini women’s basketball, talks to the media about the future of State Farm Center after a news conference at the State Farm Center on April 29. 5. Daniel Almquist, freshman in Engineering, composes a photograph of the Illini Union on a foggy Jan. 28 evening. He has been taking photos for quite some time now and takes photos when he gets a good opportunity. “The fog is so surreal. I just love how cool this looks,” Almquist said. He doesn’t get to photograph in January because of the cold, and Monday evening’s temperature of 51 degrees allowed him to do some nature photography, which he likes.

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The University and the community host a variety of events all year long. The photojournalists at The Daily Illini strive to capture moments from all of these events. Below are some of the top memorable moments.

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1. WWE wrestler Alberto Del Rio celebrates his win against Wade Barrett during the WWE Smackdown show at State Farm Center on Feb. 9. 2. Celebrity chef Jon Ashton plays around with a banana as he prepares Bananas Foster via flambé during his comedy-infused live cooking show, part of his “Dash Around The Table Tour” at the Hilton Garden Inn in Champaign on Oct. 14. 3. Students gather on the quad during the snow day to build a large snowman on March 25. An estimated six inches of snow fell over night. 4. Ryan Smetana, center, solos during “MLK” at The Other Guys Annual Holiday Concert for an audience of approximately 750-800 attendees at Foellinger Auditorium on Dec. 1. Other holiday songs performed include “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” “Baby Please Come Home for Christmas,” and “Cold December Night.” 5. Alternative hip-hop recording artist Kid Cudi performs at State Farm Center on March 30. The tour took place before Kid Cudi’s new album, Indicud, was released on April 23. 6. A student reacts after being hit by colored powder at Holi at the Business Instructional Facility Lawns on April 13. Holi, a religious spring festival celebrated by Hindus as a festival of colors, was put on by ASHA, a group working to further education in India. 7. XJ Yuan, owner of Urbana Landmark Hotel, stands in front of the counter of his newly opened bar called Alumni Tap just inside the hotel on April 6.


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For many students, athletics are an integral part of the college experience. The photojournalists at The Daily Illini strive to capture pictures of the best and worst moments at Illini sporting events. These are our best sports photos from this school year.

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1. Illinois’ Adrienne GodBold (24) jumps up after making contact with an Iowa player during the game at State Farm Center on Jan. 31. 2. Illinois’ Nick Blackburn (13) throws a pitch during the game against Southern Illinois on April 30. 3. Illinois’ Stephen Hoh prepares to return the ball during a match against Nebraska on March 23. 4. Illinois Lori Lynn swims the butterfly leg of the 400-yard medley relay event against Iowa State at the ARC on Jan. 19. 5. Purdue’s Josh Johnson (28) attempts an interception with Illinois’ Darius Millines (15) covering his helmet during the game against Purdue at Memorial Stadium on Nov. 17. 6. Illinois cheerleader Neva Sanfilippo does a toe touch basket toss in a stunt during the halftime performance of the men’s basketball game against Nebraska on March 3. 7. Illinois’ Joseph Bertrand (2) is called for a charge while going up for a contact layup on Nebraska’s Dylan Talley (24) during the Illinois victory at State Farm Center on March 3. 8. Illinois’ Liz McMahon (14) watches the ball on a block attempt during the match against Iowa State at Huff Hall on Aug. 31. 9. Illinois’ Alina Weinstein performs a back layout step out during her balance beam routine during the meet against Michigan State at Huff Hall on Jan. 26.

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1. Illinois’ Brandon Paul reacts after forcing a Minnesota turnover during the Illinois’ win over Minnesota at the Big Ten Tournament at the United Center on March 14. 2. Illinois’ Alina Weinstein celebrates after completing her vault pass during the Gym Jam against Iowa at Huff Hall on Feb. 16. Weinstein scored a meet-high 9.875. Later on in the meet, she earned a school-record score for her floor routine and all-around performance with 9.975 and 39.600 respectively. 3. Illinois’ Jocelynn Birks (7) celebrates a point during the match against Minnesota at Huff Hall on Sept. 21. 4. Team Blue raises its trophy after the Orange and Blue Spring Game at Memorial Stadium on April 12. 5. Illinois’ Nicole Denenberg leaps into the arms of Niki Read after Read’s goal during the game against Nebraska at the Illinois Soccer & Track Stadium on Oct. 21. 6. Illinois football head coach Tim Beckman wipes his face near the end of the Homecoming game against Indiana at Memorial Stadium on Oct. 27. The Illini lost 31-17.

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1. Illinois’ Tyler Griffey (42) makes the game winning layup against then-No. 1 Indiana at State Farm Center on Feb. 7. 2. Fred Hartville was awarded Illini of the Week on April 17 after he earned an NCAA title on vault. 3. Students wait for a security guard, right, to check the bags of two students before the 11 a.m. Contemporary Nutrition lecture at Follinger Auditorium during Unofficial St. Patrick’s Day on March 1. 4. An Illinois fan reads the Chicago Tribune as her neighbors all read The Daily Illini during Iowa State’s introductions before the volleyball match against Iowa State at Huff Hall on Aug. 31. 5. Illinois’ Giana O’Connor competes her floor exercise routine during the Gym Jam against Iowa at Huff Hall on Feb. 16.

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1. Amaya M. St. James, a professional drag queen, performs at the annual USSGA Drag Show on Feb. 21. Hosted by the Urbana South Sexuality and Gender Alliance, the show was held in the FAR multipurpose room and featured multiple drag queens as well as Dance2XS UIUC from areas surrounding Champaign-Urbana. Amaya comes every year from Chicago to perform at the annual Illini Union Board Drag Show. 2. Brooke Fairbanks, senior in FAA, takes notes while her group discusses its post-conflict urban development plan of Mogadishu, Somalia on March 13. The groupâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s model investigates the potential for new civic and social infrastructure. 3. Uduimoh Umolu, African Cultural Association historian, emcees during ACAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s show, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Africa, The Cradle of Life,â&#x20AC;? held at the Krannert Art Museum on Feb. 2. 4. Farah Chalisa, freshman in LAS, holds a candle during a vigil on the Quad, honoring and remembering victims of domestic violence Oct. 24.

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