Jennie Bowser, John Fund, Tova Wang, and Alex Keyssar discuss the future of voter identification laws in a panel moderated by Trey Grayson (far left), director of the Institute of Politics. The panel, titled "Protecting the Vote" was held Thursday evening in the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum.
Boxes pile high in the MAC courtyard Sunday afternoon as students attempt to set a new box fort record.
Sparks House, located at 21 Kirkland Street, has been repainted from its iconic yellow to a grayish beige.
Unlike the rest of the cars in the New Delhi metro, the ladies car is tidy, uncrowded, and quiet. The air conditioning mingles smells of freshly ironed fabrics and soft perfumes.
Residents of South Delhi take refuge from the rising sun in the ruins of Deer Park, one of the largest green areas in New Delhi.
Trucks overflowing with packaging material travel from New Delhi to smaller villages.
In Mumbai, shoppers flock to roadside markets looking for bargains.
Three Wheelers zip from place to place, sparing people from walking in the summer sun.
While a man sits inside and gets a shave, another urinates outside. Urinating on the street is a problem in big cities like New Delhi, which has prompted people to put up pictures of Hindu gods to deter urinators.
Despite record-breaking temperatures this summer, two men wait at a red light in Old Delhi.