In high school, Michael Fisbeck weighed 300 pounds. Fisbeck, pictured here on Dec. 8, 2018, decided to stop eating. “I would chew gum to convince myself that I was eating.” In college, Fisbeck was diagnosed with anorexia. “Now, I need to help others like me," he said.

In high school, Michael Fisbeck weighed 300 pounds. Fisbeck, pictured here on Dec. 8, 2018, decided to stop eating. “I would chew gum to convince myself that I was eating.” In college, Fisbeck was diagnosed with anorexia. “Now, I need to help others like me," he said.

 “For so long, the school board didn’t even take the issue of gender seriously at all,” said Emile Eller, a fashion design freshman at Stephens College who identifies as nonbinary.

“For so long, the school board didn’t even take the issue of gender seriously at all,” said Emile Eller, a fashion design freshman at Stephens College who identifies as nonbinary.

 Syd Walton focuses on the evolution of hip-hop as a modern form of expression and storytelling. From hip-hop brought to American culture through Run-DMC, to the African American culture, brought to society through Migos, Walton is enveloped in the art.

Syd Walton focuses on the evolution of hip-hop as a modern form of expression and storytelling. From hip-hop brought to American culture through Run-DMC, to the African American culture, brought to society through Migos, Walton is enveloped in the art.

 Bryce Kanowsky leans on the bottom half of a dutch door during sunset, waiting for his camp bunkmates on July 10, 2018 in Ojai, CA.

Bryce Kanowsky leans on the bottom half of a dutch door during sunset, waiting for his camp bunkmates on July 10, 2018 in Ojai, CA.

 “She is my everything,” the young man said of his girlfriend beside him. “He ins’t lying. I am his everything,” she replied with a chuckle.

“She is my everything,” the young man said of his girlfriend beside him. “He ins’t lying. I am his everything,” she replied with a chuckle.

 "Being a man is having the courage to live out your dreams," Matt Wald said on Dec. 21, 2018.

"Being a man is having the courage to live out your dreams," Matt Wald said on Dec. 21, 2018.

 Courtney Fitch photographed in Columbia, Missouri. “It’s all me baby, no one is here to feed me and that’s just fine,” he said while taking about raising himself.

Courtney Fitch photographed in Columbia, Missouri. “It’s all me baby, no one is here to feed me and that’s just fine,” he said while taking about raising himself.

 “Why should I go to college?" He asked. Like many US students, Alex Whitehouse is in the midst of a great decision - college.

“Why should I go to college?" He asked. Like many US students, Alex Whitehouse is in the midst of a great decision - college.

 “Sometimes I look to the sun and thank it for its warmth,” Emmett Ferguson said after a run on August 8, 2019.

“Sometimes I look to the sun and thank it for its warmth,” Emmett Ferguson said after a run on August 8, 2019.

 Joey Itkin stands in his backyard after swimming on July 8 in Los Angeles.

Joey Itkin stands in his backyard after swimming on July 8 in Los Angeles.

 Sage Wallace-Williams says she uses her personal style to express herself. “When I’m not dressed colorfully I feel really down in the dumps,” she noted.

Sage Wallace-Williams says she uses her personal style to express herself. “When I’m not dressed colorfully I feel really down in the dumps,” she noted.

 In high school, Michael Fisbeck weighed 300 pounds. Fisbeck, pictured here on Dec. 8, 2018, decided to stop eating. “I would chew gum to convince myself that I was eating.” In college, Fisbeck was diagnosed with anorexia. “Now, I need to help others like me," he said.
 “For so long, the school board didn’t even take the issue of gender seriously at all,” said Emile Eller, a fashion design freshman at Stephens College who identifies as nonbinary.
 Syd Walton focuses on the evolution of hip-hop as a modern form of expression and storytelling. From hip-hop brought to American culture through Run-DMC, to the African American culture, brought to society through Migos, Walton is enveloped in the art.
 Bryce Kanowsky leans on the bottom half of a dutch door during sunset, waiting for his camp bunkmates on July 10, 2018 in Ojai, CA.
 “She is my everything,” the young man said of his girlfriend beside him. “He ins’t lying. I am his everything,” she replied with a chuckle.
 "Being a man is having the courage to live out your dreams," Matt Wald said on Dec. 21, 2018.
 Courtney Fitch photographed in Columbia, Missouri. “It’s all me baby, no one is here to feed me and that’s just fine,” he said while taking about raising himself.
 “Why should I go to college?" He asked. Like many US students, Alex Whitehouse is in the midst of a great decision - college.
 “Sometimes I look to the sun and thank it for its warmth,” Emmett Ferguson said after a run on August 8, 2019.
 Joey Itkin stands in his backyard after swimming on July 8 in Los Angeles.
 Sage Wallace-Williams says she uses her personal style to express herself. “When I’m not dressed colorfully I feel really down in the dumps,” she noted.

In high school, Michael Fisbeck weighed 300 pounds. Fisbeck, pictured here on Dec. 8, 2018, decided to stop eating. “I would chew gum to convince myself that I was eating.” In college, Fisbeck was diagnosed with anorexia. “Now, I need to help others like me," he said.

“For so long, the school board didn’t even take the issue of gender seriously at all,” said Emile Eller, a fashion design freshman at Stephens College who identifies as nonbinary.

Syd Walton focuses on the evolution of hip-hop as a modern form of expression and storytelling. From hip-hop brought to American culture through Run-DMC, to the African American culture, brought to society through Migos, Walton is enveloped in the art.

Bryce Kanowsky leans on the bottom half of a dutch door during sunset, waiting for his camp bunkmates on July 10, 2018 in Ojai, CA.

“She is my everything,” the young man said of his girlfriend beside him. “He ins’t lying. I am his everything,” she replied with a chuckle.

"Being a man is having the courage to live out your dreams," Matt Wald said on Dec. 21, 2018.

Courtney Fitch photographed in Columbia, Missouri. “It’s all me baby, no one is here to feed me and that’s just fine,” he said while taking about raising himself.

“Why should I go to college?" He asked. Like many US students, Alex Whitehouse is in the midst of a great decision - college.

“Sometimes I look to the sun and thank it for its warmth,” Emmett Ferguson said after a run on August 8, 2019.

Joey Itkin stands in his backyard after swimming on July 8 in Los Angeles.

Sage Wallace-Williams says she uses her personal style to express herself. “When I’m not dressed colorfully I feel really down in the dumps,” she noted.

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