Please send all submissions to [email protected], with the subject line “Submit Your Photo.” Don’t worry, we can put it in the correct email, right below what you need to include in order to submit the photo. For example, you can submit a photo with a title like “Pets,” “Sports,” “Radiators,” etc. We have some fun and creative themes that we’ll be adding to the gallery for you to submit your photo to (you can click on various pictures for more information).
Can I upload all of my photos at once?
No. We’re only accepting photos up to 600 square pixels across. We understand that large pictures can have a great effect on the overall quality of the photo, but the larger your photography portfolio is, the more you’ll have to edit and resend to us. If you’re interested in having a higher quality photo, you will want to upload it to your favorite photo-hosting service like Photobucket, Picasa, Photobucket.net, etc.
What is a “Favorites Pool”?
All of our user-contributed content is featured in the following categories:
Stuff You Would Like to see in the Gallery
We’re not afraid to feature some of the most interesting photo submissions every week, so if you’re interested in participating in one of the photo-themed contests we’ve set up, please email us at [email protected] We can also create a custom contest that involves your photo.
Rice University, the most prestigious institution for undergraduates in the country, is the latest to be found out for allegedly discriminating against black people, with an investigation by students found that it intentionally discriminated against black applicants.
In a report commissioned by a student union and published by Inside Higher Ed, it is alleged that Rice University, the school that received widespread attention for using racially biased admissions criteria, has been discriminating against black applicants for a number of years.
“We were surprised to find out Rice University was using racial preferences in admissions for undergraduate students,” the report reads, noting that white applicants without elite backgrounds are often rejected and admitted by the school as if they had impeccable academic records.
In order to get more black students to enroll, Rice and other schools allegedly created a policy of “selectivity,” or giving preference in terms of where applicants would be admitted based