Saulo Cavalari celebrates after knocking out Mourad Bouzidi on the first round of their light heavyweight fight during Glory Superfight Series 12 held at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York, New York on Nov. 23, 2013.
James Anthony "Tony" Johnson poses for a portrait next to the "Hey Cupcake!" trailer at the corner of South Congress and Milton in Austin, Texas on Feb. 8, 2013. Johnson has played his guitar in that spot for over 6 years, but will be forced to move along with the trailer after this year's South by Southwest festival in order to accommodate for the construction of a hotel in the lot.
Ernesto Castillo, 6, receives a toy from volunteers during the Merry Memories event at Dove Springs Recreation Center on Dec. 8, 2012. Now in its 15th year, the River City Youth Foundation's event hosts thousands of kids as they receive donated gifts and participate in activities during the day.
Denison linebackers warm up in front of a burning sky prior to the Yellow Jackets' annual rivalry game against Sherman High School on Oct. 17, 2014 in Denison, Texas. During this year's edition of "The Battle of the Axe," Denison dominated Sherman 42-20 on their way to picking up the school's 40th rivalry win and keep the axe in Denison for the second year in a row.
Mechanical engineering junior Zainab Rassiwala has a turban tied to her head by G P Singh at the Desi Culture Night held at the University of Texas campus in Austin, Texas on March 1, 2013. The event was organized by the Sikh Students Association to showcase South Asian culture.
Austin Ehlinger from Devine, Texas, helps hold a “Come and Take It” banner during the Guns Across America Pro-gun rally on Jan. 19, 2013 at the Texas State Capitol.
Ginette Jordan (right) and Dianne Sonnenberg (middle) share a laugh on Nov. 7, 2012 as they work on mosaics to celebrate 25 years of pet therapy at Dell's Children Hospital in Austin, Texas.
Senior radio television and film major Whitney Davenport plays with bubbles at a Forty Acres Fest booth with fellow members of the Madrigal Theater Committee on April 6, 2013. Held in the Main Mall of The University of Texas in Austin, Texas, Forty Acres Fest gathers all student organizations in campus by encouraging to set up activity booths throughout the mall.
Laredo United senior wide receiver Erik Corona (4) watches nervously as the Longhorns defense attempts to stop Weslaco's drive short of the end zone during their area playoff game on Nov. 22, 2014 at Alamo Stadium in San Antonio, Texas. Owned and operated by the city's school district, the Alamo Stadium has played host to professional teams from various sports, but none of the tenants have been permanent. Today, "the rock pile" serves as the home football field for seven local high schools throughout the regular season, as well as holding around ten playoff games for schools across the state.
Saint Joseph's Ronald Roberts Jr. (13) dunks the ball during the Hawks' Atlantic 10 Basketball Tournament Championship Game against the VCU Rams played at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. on March 16, 2014. Saint Joseph's won the game 65-61 and with it claimed the conference championship.
Jamilah Beene, an African Diaspora studies major at the University of Texas, chants slogans at a rally held Oct. 2, 2012. The rally, which began at the University of Texas and marched through the West Campus neighborhood, protested racism in the university and in the neighborhood. Around 200 people were in attendance.
Tottenville wide receiver Brendon Murphy (84) stretches for a pass as Abraham Lincoln free safety Jahsi Meade (16) looks on during the PSAL 2013 Football Championship Game played between the high schools at Yankee Stadium on Dec. 10, 2013 in Bronx, N.Y. The Abraham Lincoln Railsplitters beat the Tottenville Pirates 28-27.
Odessa Permian Senior wide receiver Taylor Thompson (12), junior defensive lineman Aaron Briswalter (55) and sophomore offensive lineman Jayce Rush (64) celebrate among teammates and cheerleaders after the Panthers defeated their archrival Midland Lee 45-28 on Oct. 10, 2014 at Grande Communications Stadium in Midland, Texas. Known popularly as "Mojo" after the chant started in the late 1960's, Permian counts itself as one of the elite programs in the state, with six state titles at the state's highest classification, seven undefeated seasons, close to 500 wins and two national championships to boast about.