Puppies fetch voters

Jordan Knutzen, junior biology major, pets Gracie the golden retriever at the Puppies to the Polls event Tuesday in the Campus Center sponsored by ULV Voter and Civic Engagement. This event was meant to boost voter registration while hanging out with dogs. / photo by Chris Rogers
Connor Askey, junior physics major, takes a selfie with Gracie the golden retriever at the Puppies to the Polls event Tuesday in the Campus Center sponsored by ULV Voter and Civic Engagement. This event was meant to boost voter registration while hanging out with dogs. / photo by Chris Rogers

Chris Rogers is a junior photography major with a minor in art history. He is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and chief photographer of La Verne Magazine. He is also a freelance photographer and movie stills photographer. He discovered his love for photography at a young age as he and his family traveled the world in their goal to reach all seven continents. They were fortunate to reach their seventh continent in the winter of 2019. He have a deep love for photography and loves being able to tell an entire story through one still image at a time. His work can be found at ChrisRogersPhotography.com.

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