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Blake Fischer peruses the comic book section with his daughters, 2-year-old Winnie and 4-year-old Poppy at New World Comic Con in the Centennial Building in Oklahoma City, Saturday, July 28, 2018. Photo by Anya Magnuson, The Oklahoman

Blake Fischer peruses the comic book section with his daughters, 2-year-old Winnie and 4-year-old Poppy, at the New World Comic Con in Oklahoma State Fair Park on July 28, 2018.

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Moriah McDaniel, a senior majoring in performance and movement, takes the lead in one of her dance classes at a Tempe campus studio, demonstrating four basic hip-hop style moves.

Moriah McDaniel, an Arizona State University senior majoring in performance and movement, takes the lead in one of her dance classes at a Tempe campus studio Sept. 13, 2017, demonstrating four basic hip-hop moves. The class is taught by Liz Lerman, a choreographer and founder of Liz Lerman Dance Exchange who joined the faculty for the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU in 2016.

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Ernest Lynam, left, fist bumps Ryan Shelton, an A.T. Still University physician assistant student. Shelton just finished a diabetic neuropathy and foot care screening during the annual Student Health Outreach for Wellness health fair, Oct. 22. While there

Ernest Lynam, left, fist bumps Ryan Shelton, an A. T. Still University physician assistant student. Shelton just finished a diabetic neuropathy and foot care screening during the annual Student Health Outreach for Wellness health fair on the Human Services Campus in Phoenix, Oct. 22, 2017. While there are many health services available to the homeless population, preventative care is often lacking.

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Carmen Huertas, 54, walks through the skeleton of her family's house in the U.S. Virgin Islands, which was damaged in Hurricane Maria and has only been partially repaired. Although Huertas is blind, she still remembers the function of each destroyed room. She and her elderly parents live in the three rooms in the back of the house that have been rebuilt.

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The student section erupts at ASU’s Salute to Service game Nov. 10, 2016. Senior Quintin Woods, center, Mark Kapron, left, and Laura Lockhart, bottom right, cheer after a Sun Devil touchdown in the game, which ASU lost to Utah, 49-26.

The student section erupts at ASU’s Salute to Service game at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz., Nov. 10, 2016. Senior Quintin Woods, center, Mark Kapron, left, and Laura Lockhart, bottom right, cheer after a Sun Devil touchdown in the game, which ASU lost to Utah, 49-26.

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Dr. José Luis Goncalves, center, performs a Cesarean section on Nersis Arrieta on March 2, 2019, in Lima, Peru. Goncalves waived his doctor’s fees for the surgery as a favor to the family; his wife had taught Arrieta back when she was studying at the Universidad Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado in Barquisimeto, Venezuela. 

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Courtney Reeder, left, and Leticia Perez wait as other dancers perform at the Red Earth Festival in the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Friday, June 8, 2018. In Friday's performance, Reeder performed the fancy shawl dance and Perez performed the j

Courtney Reeder, left, and Leticia Perez wait as other dancers in their group perform at the Red Earth Festival in the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Friday, June 8, 2018. In Friday's performance, Reeder performed the fancy shawl dance and Perez performed the jingle dress dance.

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The men's varsity rowing team speeds away from the dock at approximately 5:15 a.m. on Sept. 29, 2017. The Arizona State rowing club started in 2002, but 2017 is their first year competing in the Pac-12 conference.

The men's varsity rowing team speeds away from the dock onto Tempe Town Lake at approximately 5:15 a.m. on Sept. 29, 2017. The Arizona State rowing club started in 2002, but 2017 is their first year competing in the Pac-12 conference.

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Iván López, 20, embraces his uncle Armando Javalera at a hotel in Nogales, Mexico. Iván lives and studies in Phoenix but returns to Nogales to visit family nearly every weekend, often bringing back queso menonita to Arizona, where it’s hard to find.

Iván López, 20, embraces his uncle Armando Javalera at a family-owned hotel in Nogales, Mexico on Jan. 30, 2017. Iván lives and studies in Glendale, Ariz., but returns to Nogales to visit family nearly every weekend, often bringing back queso menonita to Arizona, where it’s hard to find.

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A man who gave his name as Donovan talks about religion and homelessness with students volunteering in the Student Health Outreach for Wellness program at the Human Services Campus in downtown Phoenix on Feb. 4, 2017.

A man who gave his name as Donovan talks about religion and homelessness with students volunteering in the Student Health Outreach for Wellness program on the Human Services Campus in downtown Phoenix on Feb. 4, 2017. 

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Mable Powell waits for a paratransit to pick her up after a Virgin Islands Association for Independent Living meeting. The meeting talked about what to do during a hurricane. For many people with disabilities, their plan is t

Mable Powell, who is blind, waits for a paratransit bus to pick her up from a Virgin Islands Association for Independent Living meeting. For many people with disabilities, their plan is to shelter in place.

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Gabriela cradles her newborn, Emele, at the Abrazo Arrowhead Campus hospital in Glendale, Ariz., on Feb. 6, 2017. Gabriela was born in Tucson and is a U.S. citizen, but she has lived her entire life in Nogales, Mexico. The 17-year-old returned to Arizona

Gabriela Hernández cradles her newborn daughter, Emele, at the Abrazo Arrowhead Campus hospital in Glendale, Ariz., Feb. 6, 2017. Gabriela was born in Tucson and is a U.S. citizen, but has lived her entire life in Nogales, Mexico. The 17-year-old returned to Arizona to have her baby, spending a more than a month living with a cousin and attending doctor’s appointments before giving birth.

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Almost two years after Hurricanes Maria and Irma, Norma and Guillermo Huertas still live in their partially-ruined house on the island of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Guillermo, 90, struggles with dementia and the couple is cared for by their dau

Almost two years after Hurricanes Maria and Irma, Norma and Guillermo Huertas still live in their partially-ruined house on the island of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Guillermo, 90, struggles with dementia and the couple is cared for by their daughter, Carmen, who is blind. One reason they have stayed in the house, which has only three usable rooms, is because Guillermo is known by neighbors, who look out for him if he wanders away from the house.

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CeeDee Lamb (2) gives interviews during the University of Oklahoma's Football Media Day at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Okla., Sunday, July 22, 2018.

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A zip liner flies through the air during the Boathouse District's Fourth Fest in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, July 4, 2018. Fourth Fest also featured lawn games, food trucks, live music and white-water rafting.

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Participants watch opening night of the International Finals Youth Rodeo at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Okla., Sunday, July 8, 2018. Photo by Anya Magnuson/The Oklahoman

From left, Riley Staton, Jory Boote, Karly Bang, Colt Swearingten and Caden Grisdale watch opening night of a rodeo competition in the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Okla., Sunday, July 8, 2018. Staton, Boote and Bang are all from North Dakota, while Swearingten came from New York and Grisedale from California to compete in the International Finals Youth Rodeo.

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