MIC Results

November 2014 Results

Best of Show

Blood Moon

by Matt Cashore (University of Notre Dame)

Best of show with 541 points.

The October 2014 lunar eclipse enters the "Blood Moon" stage as the moon sets behind the Main Building.

Sports Action

Out of Here

by Jeff Reinking (University of Louisville)

First place with 469 points.

soccer action

Double Header

by Eric Bronson (University of Michigan)

First place with 469 points.

The goalie comes out to defend against an incoming offensive player.

Just short

by Matt Cashore (University of Notre Dame)

Second place with 459 points.

Florida State Seminoles safety Jalen Ramsey (8) pushes wide receiver C.J. Prosise (20) out of bound just short of the goal on Notre Dame's final drive.

Tight Defense

by Jeff Reinking (University of Louisville)

Third place with 455 points.

Incomplete pass

Celebration!

by David Campbell (Alabama State University)

Fourth place with 441 points.

Quarterback Daniel Duhart celebrates a touchdown during the annual Magic City Classic held at Legion Field in Birmingham, Ala., Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014.

The Funchess Fight

by Eric Bronson (University of Michigan)

Fifth place with 434 points.

Wide receiver Devin Funchess (1) of Michigan grabs a touchdown pass which defender Ryan Keiser (23) thought he had picked..

Sports Features & Illustrations

Light Before the Fall

by Eric Bronson (University of Michigan)

First place with 510 points.

Jehu Chesson comes up the tunnel at Spartan Stadium before Michigan falls to the Spartans, 35-11.

Winning showers

by Robert Rogers (Baylor University)

Second place with 479 points.

A locker room celebration for the Baylor Bears, after their victory over TCU.

Reach

by Keith Walters (SUNY Geneseo)

Third place with 476 points.

Promotional shoot for swimming and diving team

Right Field

by Mark A. Philbrick (Brigham Young University)

Fourth place with 469 points.

Baseball portraits for poster and media guide

Bowling Action

by David Campbell (Alabama State University)

Fourth place with 469 points.

The one sport they won't allow me to shoot, so I stage action for SID.

Briley Beam

by Eric Bronson (University of Michigan)

Fifth place with 466 points.

Briley Casanova poses with the beam.

People & Portraits

Honors on the wall

by Joseph Pallen (University of Idaho)

First place with 438 points.

Honor student portrait who also happens to be the president of the campus climbing club. Got to climb the 55ft column in our rec. center and photographed looking downward for the portrait.

Russ Buhite

by Sam O'Keefe (Missouri S&T)

Second place with 428 points.

Historian and former minor league first baseman Russ Buhite

Franco

by Glenn Carpenter (Moraine Valley Community College)

Third place with 407 points.

Franco achieved his goal of becoming a baker!

Patrick

by Ken Bennett (Wake Forest University)

Fourth place with 386 points.

Senior Patrick Molina ('15) pauses outside Reynolda Hall on Tuesday, October 21, 2014.

Autumn Student Portrait

by Amanda Pitts (Grand Valley State Univeristy)

Fifth place with 383 points.

Portrait of student on campus grounds with fall color.

Campus Environment

Cupola Reflection

by Ken Bennett (Wake Forest University)

First place with 528 points.

The main library is reflected in a large puddle after a heavy morning rain.

Cyclist

by L. Brian Stauffer (University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign)

Second place with 459 points.

A student bikes to class during a golden autumn day on campus.

Fall Rider

by Jaren Wilkey (Brigham Young University)

Third place with 445 points.

A student rides through the fall leaves.

Flying Home

by Austin Thomason (University of Michigan)

Fourth place with 431 points.

A Peregrine falcon flies to its home on our campus bell tower.

Transylvania University

by Jim Stroup (Virginia Tech)

Fifth place with 410 points.

The eclipsed full moon setting behind our iconic campus building. This was posted on our Facebook page shortly after it was taken and became on of our highest "liked" photos ever.

News and College Life

Trumpets Under the Dome

by Matt Cashore (University of Notre Dame)

First place with 507 points.

Hundreds gather in the rotunda of the Main Building to hear a brief performance by the trumpet section of the marching band.

Foam Flyer

by Jaren Wilkey (Brigham Young University)

Second place with 479 points.

A students leaps into the blue foam slide during Homecoming's True Blue Foam event.

Bookshadow

by Ken Bennett (Wake Forest University)

Third place with 445 points.

Two people attending the capital campaign reception in Boston make an interesting shadow on one of the interactive displays.

Nice Light

by David Campbell (Alabama State University)

Third place with 445 points.

Student Lanisha Snow speaks during a recent university event.

Pumpkin from Hell

by Andrew McNeill (University of Wisconsin - Platteville)

Fourth place with 424 points.

A pumpkin is carved from metal using a oxy-fuel cutting torch at the Halloween iron pour.

Team Challenge

by Natalie Battaglia (Loyola University Chicago)

Fifth place with 421 points.

First year students attempt to lower a helium stick during a challenge for a a weekend retreat on the university's Retreat and Ecology Campus.The retreat is an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the Jesuit mission and identity as well as a sense of community through the common retreat experience.

General Features & Illustrations

Window Crew

by Jaren Wilkey (Brigham Young University)

First place with 455 points.

Feature on the student window washers prepping the stadium for a football game.

Go Green and Collect!

by Jim Stroup (Virginia Tech)

Second place with 428 points.

A photo illustration for a professor's research on the benefits of businesses going green and being socially responsible.

ER Training

by Chris Stacey (Macquarie University)

Third place with 407 points.

Medical student undergoing trying in emergency resuscitation

New Dance Company

by David Campbell (Alabama State University)

Fourth place with 386 points.

Group photo of the new BFA in dance program used for poster to advertise their inaugural concert.

Soil Mechanics

by Matt Reynolds (University of Arkansas)

Fifth place with 376 points.

Michelle Bernhardt uses 3D printers to research Soil Mechanics. Using a method called discrete element method modeling, Bernhardt digitally simulates particles to study how they react to displacements and stress, such as those caused by an earthquake.

Science & Research

Zebrafish Facility

by Chris Stacey (Macquarie University)

First place with 490 points.

Jack Stoddart at the Zebrafish breeding Facility, the fish are used for research into Motor Neuron Disease.

Light Panel

by Matt Cashore (University of Notre Dame)

Second place with 421 points.

Research into bruising as drawn on the College of Science's new light board.

Up in Smoke

by Mark A. Philbrick (Brigham Young University)

Third place with 393 points.

Research on effects of second hand smoke

Clean Power

by Jaren Wilkey (Brigham Young University)

Fourth place with 386 points.

Mechanical Engineering students demonstrate how to use portable windmill used in clean energy research.

Snack

by Douglas Sundin (University of Wisconsin Oshkosh)

Fifth place with 383 points.

A marmoset monkey watches for a fellow marmoset as he takes food from his dish. Aaryn Mustoe, ’09, his passion for research and teaching has taken him to the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), where he works as a graduate assistant, instructor and is studying marmoset monkeys.

Personal Vision

Sunrise - Grand Canyon of the East

by Keith Walters (SUNY Geneseo)

First place with 479 points.

Started my day right by catching the sunrise over the canyon at Letchworth State Park in Upstate NY

Guardsman Pass

by Justin Hayworth (Grinnell College)

First place with 479 points.

Sunrise at Guardsman Pass in Utah.

Wet web

by Peter Henshaw (Northeastern State University)

Second place with 434 points.

Water droplets in a spider web.

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