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Monday Rundown: Temporary home, IUWBB wins WNIT, Bloomington firefighter charged with child solicitation and sexual misconduct, Miss N Out, IU Cinema to celebrate Asian-American heritage

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College students across the country struggle to afford housing while pursuing higher education

James Mynatt keeps cookware in a backpack he calls his “bugout bag.” The tool shown here is a metal pan and bowl screwed together by the handle of the pan.  Ty Vinson

James Mynatt is one of millions of college students without stable housing. But that doesn’t stop him from pursuing a college education. Read more here.

IU wins WNIT championship with victory over Virginia Tech

The IU women's basketball team huddles and celebrates after winning the WNIT. The game against Virginia Tech was the Hoosiers' last game of the season. Ty Vinson

IU women’s basketball added a WNIT Championship to its name for the first time in program history. Read more here.

Bloomington firefighter charged with child solicitation, sexual misconduct


A Bloomington Fire Department captain was arrested for child solicitation and sexual misconduct Friday but remains on administrative duties. Read more here.

Miss N Out saw more poor weather with great performances

Sigma Alpha Epsilon rider Sean Marks leads heat 14 of the Miss N Out event in his white, gold and purple kit. This event took place Saturday, March 31, at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Alexis Oser

The weather has been a factor for all Spring Series events for Little 500 so far. Miss N Out was no different. Read more here.

IU Cinema to celebrate Asian-American heritage with film series

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IU Cinema will present a film series centered on the life experiences and culture of Asian-Americans in honor of IU’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. The series, entitled "Movement: Asian Pacific America," features eight films spanning a range of genres and formal styles. It begins at 7 p.m. April 2 with a screening of the documentary film “Mele Murals.” Courtesy Photo

This IU Cinema film series features Asian Americans behind and in front of the camera for IU’s annual Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Read more here.

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