Home: A Photo Essay

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Home is where the heart is. For college kids, sometimes the word “home” takes on other diverse meanings. In this photo series, students explore what they define as “home.”

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  • Joe's Dad in the fridge. February 2019.

    JOE ROVEGNO/THE OBSERVER

  • Home is where my deli is open 24/7 including the people that greet me in front of it.

    NIGEL ZWEIBROCK/THE OBSERVER

  • 2 March 2019. NYC Deli aka the "dirty deli" that isn't actually dirty at all. My daily breakfast stop. The best place to get coffee and bagels.

    AMINA VARGAS/THE OBSERVER

  • February 2019. Joe's fridge.

    JOE ROVEGNO/THE OBSERVER

  • Home is my father eating breakfast in only his boxers.

    NIGEL ZWEIBROCK/THE OBSERVER

  • Home is where I can do whatever I want, like throwing my hoodie in bed.

    ANGELA CHEN/THE OBSERVER

  • 1 March 19. I spent a lot of time with my aunt growing up. As I got older I've watched her struggle to have conceive children even though she did a phenomenal job in helping my mom with me. I added this picture of her and my baby cousin Bryce as a dedication to my youth and also as a dedication to what I see when I go back to my childhood home to visit.

    CANDICE O'NEAL/THE OBSERVER

  • 2 March 2019. Overlooking the view of Manhattan from my apartment.

    NAZLI ARDITI/THE OBSERVER

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