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Photo of the Week, Week of July 4th

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Hello iD Nation!

First of all, Happy 4th of July!

We looked at the summer computer camp photos today and selected some great ones.  This week’s theme was, naturally, the 4th of July.  There was a lot of 4th of July spirit across the country and it was fun to see the creativity.  For all the camps that participated in making camp a little something extra special this week–thank you.

The winning computer camp Photo-of-the-week:

University of Miami.  Congratulations!!  Students and Staff at the University of Miami will have extra funds to spend at camp today and tomorrow!  Congratulations, guys!

There are a lot of great pictures posted at EVERY iD Location.  How do you view them all?

1)  Students/Staff:  Go to the iD Student Corner.

2)  Parents:  Log into “My Camp Account” .

Photo-of-the-Week Winner – University of Miami

Please note the University of Miami photo was removed because it inadvertently offended some people.

4th of July Photo Content – Runners Up

Stanford University Fireworks

Stanford University, Fireworks

iD Tech Northwestern University Civil War Reenactment

Northwestern University, Reenactment

University of Houston 4th of July patriotic watermelon

University of Houston, Watermelon

UNC Chapel Hill 4th of July Lab Decorations

UNC Chapel Hill, Lab Decorations

MIT July 4th tech camp photoshop

MIT, Fancy Photoshop

Colorado College Patriotic 4th of July robot with US Flag

Colorado College, Patriotic Robot

Emory University July 4th Party

Emory University, Patriotic Party

Have a fantastic week, everyone!


  • Justin

    Justin here, Regional Manager for the area that includes Miami. I just wanted to let everyone know a fun fact about the amazing photo that was posted as the winner for the July 4th photo contest. You may have noticed that the counselors face was painted in the “Union Jack,” otherwise known as the flag of the United Kingdom. What you might not know is that Gary is British, so this face-paint job is entirely appropriate. Go U Miami!