Former intern for Diablo Magazine, mag major at Syracuse University, multimedia editor for
Is this the best way to share your feelings? Yes. Yes, it is.
Philadelphia Eagles guard Evan Mathis responds to the recent IRS scandal by urinating (or fake urinating) on an IRS sign. This is how you change the world, people.
Thank you for publicly urinating in a high-traffic tourist area in our city, bro! Much appreciated. Really gets at the heart of the problem. Especially given that the IRS office you’re upset about is in Ohio. (Please go away.)
With that leg brace, this is even more ballsy.
Introducing Photos of You
Photos are memories of the people, places and moments that mean the most to us. We have always sought to give you simple and expressive ways to bring the stories behind your photos to life. Your captions and hashtags capture the “what?” and your Photo Map answers the “where?” but until today we’ve never quite been able to answer the “who?”.
Today, we’re excited to introduce Photos of You and bring you a new way to share and discover stories on Instagram. When you upload a photo to Instagram, you’re now able to add people as easily as you add hashtags. Only you can add people to your photos, so you have control over the images you share. And it doesn’t stop at people—you can add any account on Instagram, whether it’s your best friend, favorite coffee shop or even that adorable dog you follow.
There will now be a Photos of You section on your profile. When someone adds you to a photo, you’ll receive a notification and the photo will appear in your Photos of You. Want to make sure you like the photo first? No problem: you can easily adjust your settings so nothing appears on your profile until you approve it. Before your Photos of You section is visible to other people, you’ll have until May 16th to play around and get used to the feature. You can find more information about how Photos of You works and how to control your visibility at help.instagram.com.
Cool feature, bro!
Green Lakes State Park, N.Y. #springthaw
From one photoshoot to the next, filming @sarahkinslow work her magic for @jerkmagazine.
Fashion shoot with the dope @tryjms for @jerkmagazine. (at Women’s Building)
Phone booth. (at Armory Square)
Another sunny day in Syracuse.
Some of our students’ work from the #PALproject. So impressed.
Hillary Clinton officially endorses same-sex marriage.