Lorelei Metraux sits on top of her father Stephen's shoulders as they march down North Broad Street during the Philly Is Charlottesville march on Aug. 16, 2017, Lorelei's first protest. 

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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Former Vice President Joe Biden eyes a scoop of Big Red, White, and Biden, an ice cream flavor made in his honor, after delivering the commencement address at Cornell University, May 27, 2017. 

(Cameron Pollack / The Cornell Daily Sun)

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Amina Reeves, age 8, Dominic James, age 9, and Raymond Knighten, age 8, play with basketballs in the Patterson Elementary schoolyard, June 14, 2017. Reeves' and James' basketballs were given to them by Mike Gibson, a process server in Philadelphia's Kingsessing neighborhood, who has become locally famous for giving out basketballs to children as he works. 

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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Eli Shanks '18 (right) with his partner Andrea and his son Rafael in Shanks' solar powered school bus, which he has been living in since 2016, in Trumansburg, New York on Sept. 17, 2017.

(Cameron Pollack / The Cornell Daily Sun)

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Connor Smith '19 mountain bikes down Libe Slope as Willard Straight Hall looms in the background on Feb. 9, 2018.

(Cameron Pollack / The Cornell Daily Sun)

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Mary Jill Brown, one of the graduates of the Women Working For A Change program, at the program's graduation ceremony at R2L in Center City, June 13, 2017. Brown's three adult children stopped talking to her after her fifth arrest for drunken driving, the one that landed Brown, 55, in state prison. “OX6423,” Brown said. “I was a number. I had no name.” Now she’s in a halfway house, starting a job at Subway on Tuesday night. Her children are speaking to her, proud of the progress she’s made.

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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Golden hour at the Pont d'Iéna and Eiffel Tower, July 6, 2016.

(Cameron Pollack / Personal)

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Protestors and counter-protestors square off at the intersection of Front and Chestnut street in Philadelphia during the 2017 Philly Pride Parade, June 18, 2017. 

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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Mitch McBride awaits his Judicial Administrator hearing in Day Hall, Apr. 19, 2017. After leaking documents to The Sun concerning changes to admissions and financial aid practices, the JA's office charged McBride with two code of conduct violations; after several hours hearings, McBride was found not responsible.

(Cameron Pollack / The Cornell Daily Sun)

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Bob Cozzi, Mayor of South Renovo, Pennsylvania, shows the view of the West Branch Susquehanna river from his home, July 11, 2017. Cozzi praised Bucktail Medical Center, a local critical access hospital, the future of which is in jeopardy as the Republican Health Care bill works through Congress. At three separate occasions, his health was in crisis, and without access to Bucktail, he would likely have died.

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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Nicole Papageorgiou, 11, watches as her stepfather Mark Petrucelli, 56, looks out toward the Atlantic Ocean at Island Beach State Park on July 4, 2017. The park, along with all the other state parks in New Jersey, reopened on Independence Day after a state-wide government shutdown over the budget crisis, ruining many families’ plans for the holiday weekend.

When asked of his opinion of Governor Chris Christie’s use of Island Beach during the shutdown as members of the public were turned away, Petrucelli’s response wasn’t exactly warm. He wound up having to pay more than double what he normally would pay at Island Beach to take his stepdaughter, down for the holiday from Jersey City, to one of the private beaches nearby. “I liked him, voted for him twice, and liked how he talked,” he said of Christie. “But now I’m just fed up.” 

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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Leonidas Markatos, 6, of North Carolina, enjoys ice cream at The Franklin Fountain on Market Street, June 13, 2017. 

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer.)

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Kayakers row upstream on the Schuylkill river on June 11, 2017. Temperatures that week surged into the high 80's and low 90's, and many Philadelphians got creative with cooling off. 

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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A Trump supporting demonstrator who declined to give his name adjusts a bandana decorated with the confederate flag as he walks down Market street in Philadelphia, July 2, 2017. The art on the back of his shirt, also decorated with confederate symbolism, read "It's a matter of pride." 

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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Chris West, 54, and his daughter Abigail, 16, drink coffee and take in the sun at Ocean City music pier on July 22, 2017. The Wests were in Ocean City for the Night In Venice boat parade, and to visit family.

(Cameron Pollack / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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