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For these children, playing in the plaza constitute their world. They are still lucky to have the space and time to frolic around. Many children of their age in war-torn places and destitute areas can only imagine enjoying their time in a free world.

Photo by I.R. Arenas


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After the ceremonies, these new graduates flock the iconic Oblation statue (also draped in the academic costume called sabláy) and the blooming sunflowers in the traffic island (a symbol for graduation in this university) for a photo op, summing up their memories in academe.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

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What remains of an art installation by Sulong Likha is a mural of a student (pictured), a farmer, a worker, a mother and child, indigenous peoples, and a cultural worker. The art collective explains that these sectors “are holding it all up for us; standing in a circle, sturdy and strong together, silent witnesses to the vagaries of existence.”

Photo by I.R. Arenas