Thursday Rundown: Former IU student sentenced for accidentally shooting roommate, students attend stress relief event, cycling club to have first event since 1994, a cappella group Ladies First prepares for showcase, oboists craft their voice

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Former IU student sentenced for accidentally shooting roommate in 2016

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Former IU student Jason Cox was sentenced to two and a half years Wednesday for accidentally shooting his roommate in the face in 2016.  Read more here.

Stress relief event in Herman B Wells Library features dogs, snacks

Sarah Nagy from the Office of First Year Experiences has a booth providing students with the opportunity to color with crayons and eat childhood snacks like Fruit Roll-Ups, Goldfish crackers and Gushers.  Emily Berryman Buy Photos

Students studying at Wells Library Wednesday night encountered a de-stress event sponsored by the IU Libraries and the IU Health Center. Read more here.

Cycling club to have first event in Bloomington since 1994  

IU students Abel Duran, Michael Schmahl and Kurtis Greer ride their bikes around the track at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The IU Cycling Club has organized their first home meet for March 10. Ty Vinson Buy Photos

The IU cycling club is having an event in Bloomington to 1994 in hopes of gaining more followers and members. Read more here.

Oboists craft their voice through the instrument reeds they make

Sophomore Libby Ryan wraps green thread around her reed. The thread binds the two pieces of reed together.  Rose Bythrow Buy Photos

For oboists, reed-making is an often frustrating labor of love. But when they get it right, magic happens.  Read more here.

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