Thursday, June 13, 2013

Washington State University's Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, in Havana, Cuba

The Cougar flag hangs proudly from a beachside cabana in Varadero, Cuba.

Tenzin Choephel (left) and Nick Dettorre watch Cuba’s Industriales, the country’s winningest baseball team, at Estadio Latinoamericano.

Adam Lewis (right) interviews Ramon Corzo, a waiter and minor league baseball player, about Cuba’s number one sport.

WSU student Arianna Kemis shoots video of men doing restorative work at Havana's Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos Workshop School.

Nick Dettorre captures images at Havana University.

Students listen to an NBC Havana employee (far right) explain the workings of an American news bureau in Cuba.

Nick Dettorre climbs a ladder at Rancho Charco Azul, in pursuit of a better angle.

Stevee Chapman gazes off the balcony, looking for her next photo op, at the Café de Maria in Las Terrazas, Cuba. 

The coffee-related notes of Kelly Montgomery lie on the ground of the Café de Maria.

Claudia Ramos (far right) and Stevee Chapman interview Cuban taxi driver Azzali Arozarena as night descends on Havana.

(From left): Claudia Ramos, Matt Benoit, Azzali Arozarena, Stevee Chapman, and Jasmine Goodwin show some Cougar pride at the base of Cristo de La Habana, a 66 foot-tall Jesus of Nazareth statue overlooking the city of Havana.

Heather Flynn (far left) and Claudia Ramos listen to an art instructor at Instituto Superior de las Artes (ISA), a premier Cuban art school.

(From left): Claudia Ramos, Stevee Chapman, Arianna Kemis and Jasmine Goodwin hold the Cougar flag on a tile-covered rooftop at the studio of Cuban artist Jose Fuster, a man known as the “Picasso of the Caribbean.”

The tools of a WSU backpack journalist sit along the Prado in Havana, Cuba.  

A young Cuban girl plays with a camcorder while sitting along the Prado, a popular Cuban walkway stretching through part of Havana. 

Stevee Chapman holds the artwork of the young Cuban girl filming her. Chapman brought crayons and paper along to capture the art and dreams of Cuban children.

(From left) Arianna Kemis, Cuban tour guide Julio, Jasmine Goodwin, and Stevee Chapman pose with the WSU flag outside the Hotel Nacional in Havana.

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