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Welcome to The Daily’s photo blog: Captured. This will be a space to share photos by The Daily’s staff as well as photos from members of our community. Students can submit entries to be considered from their classes, vacation or just from around NU by emailing photo@dailynorthwestern.com.

In ‘Wide Angle,’ we’ll publish the best work from our photography desk every week.

Festival attendees peruse an artist’s work at the Evanston Art and Big Fork Festival. The festival, which started Friday afternoon and ended Sunday, featured art from 130 artists.

Daniel Tian/Daily Senior Staffer
Festival attendees peruse an artist’s work at the Evanston Art and Big Fork Festival. The festival, which started Friday afternoon and ended Sunday, featured art from 130 artists.

A vendor flaunts his wares at the Evanston Art and Big Fork Festival. There was live music, food and wine at the event, which took place in Downtown Evanston.

Daniel Tian/Daily Senior Staffer
A vendor flaunts his wares at the Evanston Art and Big Fork Festival. There was live music, food and wine at the event, which took place in Downtown Evanston.

Two women chat as they walk through the Evanston Art and Big Fork Festival. Vendors were selling anything from paintings and photography to home accessories and hand-made jewelry.

Daniel Tian/Daily Senior Staffer
Two women chat as they walk through the Evanston Art and Big Fork Festival. Vendors were selling anything from paintings and photography to home accessories and hand-made jewelry.

A boy looks out the window of Bagel Art Cafe, 615 Dempster St. The shop reopened on Sundays this weekend.

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A boy looks out the window of Bagel Art Cafe, 615 Dempster St. The shop reopened on Sundays this weekend.

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Augustine Emuwa, principal of Gale Math and Science Academy, speaks at Northwestern on Thursday. Emuwa spoke about his experience growing on Chicago’s South Side and the challenges facing Chicago Public Schools.

Abizar Bagarsawala/The Daily Northwestern
Augustine Emuwa, principal of Gale Math and Science Academy, speaks at Northwestern on Thursday. Emuwa spoke about his experience growing on Chicago’s South Side and the challenges facing Chicago Public Schools.

Northwestern students visit the Crown Fountain in Chicago on Saturday. The freshmen, transfer students and Peer Advisers also visited the Art Institute of Chicago and Maggie Daley Park.

Ashley Wei/The Daily Northwestern
Northwestern students visit the Crown Fountain in Chicago on Saturday. The freshmen, transfer students and Peer Advisers also visited the Art Institute of Chicago and Maggie Daley Park.

Northwestern freshmen and transfer students visit the Bean in Chicago on Saturday. The students went downtown with their Peer Advisers to explore the city.

Ashley Wei/The Daily Northwestern
Northwestern freshmen and transfer students visit the Bean in Chicago on Saturday. The students went downtown with their Peer Advisers to explore the city.

A little boy participates in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. The event was billed as an opportunity to raise awareness for the dangers of sexual violence against women.

Lauren Duquette/Daily Senior Staffer
A little boy participates in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. The event was billed as an opportunity to raise awareness for the dangers of sexual violence against women.

Men walk in heels for once in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. The event was a fundraiser for Northwest Center Against Sexual Assault, which provides support to those who have been affected by sexual assault.

Lauren Duquette/Daily Senior Staffer
Men walk in heels for once in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. The event was a fundraiser for Northwest Center Against Sexual Assault, which provides support to those who have been affected by sexual assault.

Participants in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes check out T-shirts made by the Clothesline Project. The project encourages victims of sexual assault to write their experiences on a T-shirt, which are then displayed for others to see.

Lauren Duquette/Daily Senior Staffer
Participants in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes check out T-shirts made by the Clothesline Project. The project encourages victims of sexual assault to write their experiences on a T-shirt, which are then displayed for others to see.

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