Our last days as Poynter College Fellows
May 28, 2010 by Chris Dunn
The past few days have gone by in a flurry. Projects were due at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, so of course Tuesday night was madcap. Since then, we’ve been presenting and watching our projects, and celebrating.
Here’s a little photo essay of the past few days.
Tuesday night, i.e., the big night. Left to right: Emily helps Chris P. while Laura and Eli concentrate on their projects.
Wednesday, daytime, was packed with sessions and last-minute project tweaks. Wednesday, nighttime, called for a tasty celebration at Primi Urban, a wonderful Italian spot on Fourth Street North.
We all ended Wednesday night at O'Maddy's, where we sang karaoke and danced and celebrated.
Project presentations began on Thursday afternoon. That's when I premiered the big #pcf10 scheme.
Thursday evening meant a last celebratory dinner at The Hurricane near Pass-a-Grille Beach. Beforehand, though, we had to have a little fun with the gorgeous sunset.
After dinner, we returned to the beach and wrote our Twitter hashtag "#pcf10" in the sand. Ben hoisted me on his shoulders, and I raised my arms and the camera as up high as I could to take this 1-second exposure of the hashtag.
View a (lot) more photos that I didn’t post here!