Western Kentucky University
David Desloge has his hair cut by his sister, Zoe Desloge, on his front porch during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown during April in Bowling Green, Ky. The lockdown shut all businesses not deemed essential, like barber shops and salons. With no experience cutting hair, Zoe was nervous her brother would become annoyed, or she would make a mistake. Getting my haircut like that definitely wasnt the best haircut Ive had. The only clippers we had were my beard trimmer. I really wasnt too worried about it though, because its not like I was really going out or anything, David said.
Leeanna Maniace (left) and her teacher Erin Dudley share a moment hanging on a yoga wall during a private session in Liberty NY. Inversions are claimed to improve circulation, core strength and improve balance. Maniace works as a part-time yoga instructor and helps her partner, Eugene Thalmann, run a small farm, where they grow microgreens and other vegetables to sell at local farmers markets. Maniace strives to live a healthy, and active lifestyle.
Graduate, August Gravatte, is silhouetted against cherry blossoms while enjoying fresh air, reading in the heart of Western Kentucky Universitys campus during March in Bowling Green, Ky. Gravatte came to campus after having to stay inside her apartment the majority of the previous several weeks because of the coronavirus pandemic. Students usually flock to the courtyard when the trees blossom, but this year the amount of people was fewer and the atmosphere was hushed. It felt equal parts beautiful and eerie, because the cherry blossoms are usually such a big part of spring at WKU, Gravatte said. Photographers Note: This portrait is a double exposure made in-camera.
Kaulbert Wilson, 19, lands a punch on a man who exited a car to confront protesters at the intersection of Maxwell Street and Limestone during the ninth night of protesting after the death of George Floyd sparked nationwide protests, including in Lexington, Ky. Wilson had been arrested during previous nights of protesting, but was not charged for In the nearby city of Louisville, Breonna Taylor was killed by police in her apartment in March, causing her to be added to the growing list of names being chanted during the national protests.
Western Kentucky University senior Chandler Backes (9) celebrates with her teammates after scoring the game-winning goal during their senior night game against the UAB Blazers at the WKU Soccer Complex in Bowling Green, Ky. Western Kentucky University defeated the UAB Blazers 1-0. It was amazing, and it was just one of those indescribable moments, Backes said after the game-winning goal. It could not have come at a better time, Backes said about the final game of her college career.
People march in support of the impeachment of President Trump starting at the Robert Stephens Courthouse Plaza in Lexington, Ky., on December 17, 2019. President Trump is one of only three U.S. presidents to be formally impeached. President Richard Nixon also faced impeachment inquiries from the House of Representatives.
Head coach John Calipari of the Kentucky Wildcats shouts at his player Johnny Juzang (10) during a game against the Florida Gators at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky. Calipari has been the head coach at the University of Kentucky since 2009 and led the team to four final four appearances and one NCAA championship in 2012. Two of Caliparis previous teams, UMass and Memphis had to vacate a final four appearance and victories because of violations of NCAA rules.
Tennessee Volunteers linebacker DeAndre Johnson (12) celebrates with fans after the game against the South Carolina Gamecocks at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Volunteers defeated the Gamecocks 41-21. Tennessee went on to win their next six games ending the season with a 8-5 record.