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The Indiana Daily Student

Wednesday Rundown: LuddyFest celebrates dedication of Luddy Hall, Squirrel map to allow students to track squirrels, Baseball defeats Indiana State again, Folk opera performed at Rawles Hall

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Weeklong LuddyFest celebrates dedication of Luddy Hall 

John Shoemaker, the namesake of the Luddy Hall Shoemaker Innovation Center, speaks about innovation and entrepreneurship at an informal discussion during LuddyFest on Tuesday in Luddy Hall. LuddyFest is a week long celebration for the new home of the School of Informatics. Mallory Smith

This week Luddy Hall, the new home for the IU School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering is featuring speakers and competitions in honor of the new building and “LuddyFest. Read more here.

Squirrelin' around IU 

A squirrel sits in the grass next to the Sample Gates. Mallory Smith

Soon, everyone will be able to track IU’s squirrels through a new interactive map. Read more here. 

IU baseball beats Indiana State for second time this season

Then-freshman Justin Walker throws the ball to first base during the Hoosiers' game against the Indiana State Sycamores on April 10.  Evan De Stefano

IU improved to 23-6 after defeating Indiana State on Tuesday night at Bart Kaufman Field. Read more here. 

Folk Opera based on the ‘Odyssey’ charms Rawles Hall audience 

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Joe Goodkin performs his interpretation of "The Odyssey" on Tuesday in Rawles Hall. Goodkin travels the country to perform his original set. Mallory Smith

Musician Joe Goodkin brought a musical twist to the “Odyssey” in a Tuesday performance at Rawles Hall. Read more here.

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