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PHOTOS: JCU in the dark

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Amelia Marlow
The JCU sign, given by the Class of 2022 as a gift. This is a great spot for taking pictures.

John Carroll University is known for its gorgeous and friendly campus during the day, but what about the campus at night? Amelia Marlow ‘25 compiled a series of images that showcase the places on campus that are not as well-lit as other places on campus. 

The idea was inspired by the earlier sunset during the winter time and those late-night classes that many experience. Marlow’s photography captures a great variety of scenes on campus with a few places one may not notice at first. The collection also shows the campus in a different and mysterious light while noting places like the construction. 

Highlighting hidden details during the day, these images range from Hamlin Quad, on top of the clock tower and Admin Drive behind Rodman Hall. The photos ultimately serve as a call to action as there are areas where John Carroll needs to add more light.

From the gorgeous campus during the day, to the eerie unlit areas at night, John Carroll has a variety of sights to see no matter the hour.

 

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Amelia Marlow, Campus Culture Beat Reporter
Amelia Marlow is a beat reporter for the Campus and World sections of The Carroll News. She is from Madison, OH and a Junior at John Carroll University majoring in Communications (concentrating in Integrated Marketing) and double minoring in Leadership Development and Psychology. Amelia has been a member of The Carroll News staff since the start of her third year of college. In addition to writing for The Carroll News, Amelia plays the clarinet in four musical ensembles at John Carroll: Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Pep Band and a chamber group that performs at Sunday night mass. She is the President of the Pep Band and a member of the Improv Club. Amelia is also a librarian for JCU’s Department of Liturgical Music and Musical Arts and a Peer Learning Facilitator for the Communications major. Amelia will be a marketing intern for JCU’s Academic Success Center in the spring of 2024. When Amelia isn’t busy at John Carroll, she can be found sleeping, watching funny videos and game shows, coloring, completing jigsaw puzzles and spending time with friends and family. In the future, Amelia hopes to attend graduate school and is interested in pursuing a career somewhere in advertising, public relations or journalism. To contact Amelia, email her at [email protected].

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