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Tuesday Rundown: Indiana Senate approves alcohol bill, new IU Recreational Sports classes, #IUBB beats Maryland, IU building features global stones

Senate passes bill allowing Sunday alcohol sales

The Indiana Senate passed a bill Monday that would allow carryout alcohol sales on Sundays. Senate Bill 1 would allow convenience, drug and liquor stores to sell alcohol from noon to 8 p.m. on Sundays. Big Red Liquors is just one of the liquor-selling companies affected by the current ban on Sunday alcohol sales. IDS file photo

The Indiana Senate voted Monday to approve legislation which would permit carryout alcohol sales on Sundays. The House is expected to vote on similar legislation this week. Read more here.


Participants move with the music in new group exercise sessions

The SRSC introduced two new classes this semester, "Barre Fitness" and "Pure Strength". The two classes use music as motivation and offer strength-training without adding cardio. Ty Vinson

Two new classes are being offered by IU Recreational Sports currently. Previously, only two strength classes were offered as group exercise sessions: Strength Core and Core. Read more here.


IU wins close game against Maryland 71-68

Sophomore guard Devonte Green fights defensive tactics by the Terrapins Monday evening in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. IU defeated Maryland, 71-68. Bobby Goddin

After a tough loss to Michigan State, the Hoosiers returned home to Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall to take on the Maryland Terrapins. In a game that saw many lead changes and controversial calls, IU was able to hold off the Terrapins and secure a three-point victory. Read more here.


IU building features global stones

Located in the atrium behind the three-story staircase in the Global and International Studies Building is a stone wall. The Stones of the World on the wall face east and include stones from 10 different countries and six continents. Steven Lin

The Global and International Studies Building has pieces of 10 countries and six continents embedded into its walls. In the form of mismatched stones, these pieces represent IU’s global perspective and reach. Read more here.

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