I’m assuming that you’re showing us two 2-page spreads each consisting of a left page and a right page.
Based on that assumption, the headline is going to be right justified on the inside of the page (right side of a left hand page). I’d suggest you have the lead-in be left justified on the outside of the page. This will be much better for readability while flipping thorough the magazine. You’ll want to flip the photo horizontally so that the type isn’t right on top of the monument and then look to see if there is anything in the photo that will be a dead giveaway the photo has been flipped and correct as needed.
Right hand pages are odd.
Your two pull quotes (or subhead and pull quote) on the second page are competing against each other visually.
Captions should be below the images for all of the photos. It seems odd having some below the photo and some above the photo.
The typesetting is pretty pedestrian, but I’ll cut you some slack on that since this is your first design class.