A man peers out of his kitchenwares shop in the middle of an open-air market in Mexico City. There are hundreds of permanent markets and over a thousand open-air markets spread across the city.
A view from the top of Piramide del Sol of the merchants who sell souvenirs, blankets and bags at its base. The pyramid is the third largest in the ancient world and the largest building in Teotihuacán, an ancient city established around 100 BCE in the Valley of Mexico.
A group of young adults walk past the back of the Capitol building.
Workers start on construction at a new state office building planned at 8th and P Streets. The targeted opening date is 2021.
Sparks fly as freshman Shan Roy welds metal for his new electric motorcycle, “The 1.0,” at his home in Mooresville, North Carolina, Feb. 25. Shan has been building electric motorcycles since high school.
Freshman Shan Roy stands with the latest version of his electric motorcycle, “The 1.0,” in his garage in Mooresville, North Carolina, March 31.
Senior Sarah Sweetapple throws paint into the air at the beginning of the Hindu festival of Holi, April 13.
Junior Colleen Cody cleans Fonville Fountain the week prior to graduation May 8.
Senior Barang Phuk plants her oak sapling in the South Campus fields during the international student "Oak Tree Planting Ceremony," May 17.
Sophomore Megan Barber gets yellow paint poured on her head during the Hindu festival of Holi, April 13.
Opie, a donkey (right) and his friend Jax, walk through a field on the Guilford County Farm April 22. Jax and Opie often greet hikers and travelers as they come to the farm.
Ed Schubert, farm manager for the Guilford County Farm, waters flowers at the greenhouse April 21.
Shan Roy explains the design of his suspension to his parents, Farid (left) and Laila (right) Roy, March 31.