Infographic students work from real-life

Jackie Pabis (left, with camera) and Karyna Rodriguez, both from Downers Grove High School, take still pictures of themselves throwing a paper airplane. They said they will turn the photos into an information graphic using Adobe Illustrator software. Karl Gude, the graphics editor-in-residence at Michigan State University, instructs the class. On Gude, Rodriguez said, "I really like having him as a teacher because he has a lot of experience. He's very helpful." By Jim Streisel / Upstart Staff

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