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A WEEK IN THE LIFE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION

AWITL gallery now open

A WEEK IN THE LIFE OF TEXAS STATE is a tradition that allows our students to showcase the uniqueness of life at Texas State through photographs.

Each week is diverse at Texas State. This series of photographs attempts to capture people, experiences and events as Bobcats perceive them – defining the experience known as “A Week in the Life of Texas State.”

The competition is open to any Texas State student, regardless of major or classification.  Be creative!   The photos can be anything from students brushing their teeth or waiting for the bus to professors in class to lazy days by the river – the choices are limitless! 

Photos will be judged based on technical skill, execution of theme, and creativity by a panel of faculty, staff and professional photographers. The winning photographs will be displayed on the fourth floor of the LBJ Student Center as part of a year-long exhibit. They will also be available for viewing on the AWITL website and social media. 

 

 


Andrew Shirey
Andrew Shirey - Geography Resource and Environmental Studies - Junior

Andrew Shirey
Andrew Shirey - Geography Resource and Environmental Studies - Junior

Andrew Shirey
Andrew Shirey - Geography Resource and Environmental Studies - Junior

Justin Manor
Justin Manor - Advertising - Senior

Justin Manor
Justin Manor - Advertising - Senior

Kayla Altemus
Kayla Altemus - Advertising - Junior

Monnette Villarreal
Monnette Villarreal - Biochemistry - Junior

Natalie Ryan
Natalie Ryan - Photography - Sophomore

Stephanie Chapa
Stephanie Chapa - Occupational Therapy - Senior

Stephanie Chapa
Stephanie Chapa - Occupational Therapy - Senior

"Wow, we have such talented, creative students! I especially enjoy the one of Old Main with the moon above and of Alkek all lit up." — Val

"My favorite was the one done by Natalie Ryan! Killed it queen!" — Kim

"Love this!" — Stephanie

“Congratulations! Beautiful photos!” — Denise

“Love seeing everyone’s photos and their creativity.” — Andrew

So appreciative of all the people who submitted their photos, judged, designed, did web design, and contributed in any way to helping bring this exhibition to life.” — Jacob

What great photos. From whimsical to austere - a wonderful representation of our campus, diverse in people and places.” — Glynis

I am very excited to have my photo included in the gallery!” — Kayla