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Multimedia Journalism Portfolio - Summer 2019 Colin Boyle

Members of SEIU Local 1, such as Orlando Gonzalez (center), go on strike for better wages on July 2, 2018 in downtown Chicago. The strike, led by window washers in Chicago, continued for many days.| Colin Boyle/Chicago Sun-Times
Evanston Fire Department and University Police monitor the scene of a March 14, 2018 car crash. Northwestern golfer Luke Miller was arrested in connection with driving under the influence following the crash, according to police reports. | Colin Boyle/The Daily Northwestern

Luis Arroyo, Treasurer of the Puerto Rican Police Association in Chicago, speaks on his experience as a Puerto Rican in Chicago and as a police officer. [Video is in Spanish and English, filmed, recorded and translated by Colin Boyle]

The casket of Bryan “Wop” Harris, 19, who was fatally shot in a Harvey convenience store, is walked out at his memorial service on August 22, 2018. Harris was the brother of 11-year-old Ryan Harris, who was raped and murdered in 1998. | Colin Boyle/Chicago Sun-Times
On October 29, 2018, hundreds gather at The Rock at Northwestern University to mourn for the victims of the mass shooting in Pittsburgh. | Colin Boyle/The Daily Northwestern
Canadian author of The Handsmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood, poses for a portrait before speaking at Northwestern University on October 30, 2018. Colin Boyle/The Daily Northwestern
Circuit des Yeux performs at Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago on Saturday, July 21, 2018. Circuit des Yeux was one of the many artists to perform on the second of three days of the festival.| Colin Boyle/Chicago Sun-Times
Former President of the United States Barack Obama, joined by Michelle and Malia, waves to the audience at the conclusion of his farewell address in Chicago, Ill. on January 10, 2017. Colin Boyle/The Daily Northwestern
A brief scuffle occurred as family and friends tried walking into Mount Sinai Hospital demanding to see Steve Rosenthal’s body on August 19, 2018. Rosenthal, 15, allegedly died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after a foot chase with police officers. | Colin Boyle/Chicago Sun-Times
Fifth Ward residents advocate for neighborhood school in historical building. Story by Ryan Wangman and Colin Boyle for The Daily Northwestern
Family and friends of Sincere Ash, who was killed in a tragic accident Sunday at a North Side Metra station, gathered at Lane Tech College Prep for a prayer vigil and balloon release on August 9, 2018. | Colin Boyle/Chicago Sun-Times

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