Photo Descriptions

University of Rochester's Rush Rhees Library, with city skyline in the distance.

Professor G. Bingham Powell, Jr., teaching "Introduction to Comparative Politics."

The 2010 Riker Prize Lecture, as Professor James Johnson introduces the speaker, Howard Rosenthal.

Students taking notes in "Introduction to Comparative Politics," with Professor G. Bingham Powell, Jr.

Professor Lynda Powell, teaching "Money in Politics."

Professor Richard G. Niemi in his office.

Civil War soldiers at rest after drill, Petersburg, Virginia, 1864. (National Archives)

Meliora--"ever better"--the University motto.

Katie Flaschner '14, who is planning a double major in Political Science and Brain and Cognitive Sciences, playing field hockey.

Sarah Canny '13 (International Relations) and Maryann Hong '13 (Political Science), declaring their majors.

A fall day at the University of Rochester.

Water balloon fight on Wilson Quad.

Matthew Testerman, PhD student, in his office.

Fall color in the Eastman Quad, framing Rush Rhees Library.

Detail of a flagpole at the University of Rochester.

Chalkboard from "Comparative Political Parties," with Professor Bonnie Meguid.

Diwali dinner at the University of Rochester.

Students working at a polling place, assisting a voter.

Professor Bethany Lacina in her office.

The United States Capitol.

Professor Gerald Gamm, advising undergraduates in his office.

International flags in Wilson Commons.

Studying on the balcony of Rush Rhees Library.

Women's crew on the Genesee River, Meliora Weekend 2009.

At the 2010 Riker Prize Lecture: (from left to right) Lawrence Rothenberg, Richard F. Fenno, Jr., Donna J. Smith, William T. Bluhm, and Mark Fey.

Professor Randall Stone, in his graduate class "International Politics Field Seminar."

Sunset on Dandelion Square.

Professor Bonnie Meguid, teaching "Comparative Political Parties."

Detail of Rush Rhees Library at the University of Rochester.

Talking on the steps, with Wilson Commons in the background.

Emilio Veras '13 (Political Science) and Willie Roberson '14 (Political Science), selecting courses for the upcoming semester.

John Whiting '12, a Political Science major who spent the spring semester of his junior year working on Capitol Hill, on the football field.

Fall color in the Eastman Quad, with the Genesee River and the Nineteenth Ward in the distance.

Miguel Rueda, PhD student, in his office.

Professor Lawrence Rothenberg in his office.

Professor Tasos Kalandrakis, teaching "Game Theory."

The Department of Music Brass Choir, performing in Strong Auditorium.

Professor Gerald Gamm, at the 2010 Riker Prize ceremony.

Ruins in front of the Capitol, Richmond, Virginia, 1865. (National Archives)

Alex Parker '12, a Political Science major from Florida, on the baseball field.

Professor Tasos Kalandrakis, teaching "Game Theory."

American troops of the 28th Infantry Division march down the Champs Elysees, Paris, 29 August 1944. (National Archives)

Kenny Apostolakos '14 (Public Health) and Dan Scheinfeld '13 (Political Science), working as research assistants with state legislative journals.

Professor David Primo in his office.

Spring on the Eastman Quad, with Rush Rhees Library in the background.

Professor Mark Fey, in his graduate class "Positive Political Theory."

A graduate class in the Fenno Seminar Room.

Undergraduates in "Game Theory," with Professor Tasos Kalandrakis.