Friday Rundown: Glow Run, #MeToo Summit, IU softball on the road, Mira Nair talks filmmaking at IU Cinema

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 IU Timmy Global Health Glow Run lights up Dunn Meadow

A glow-paint colored sign that reads "Timmy" sits in Dunn Meadow. Students gathered Thursday, April 12, to run and enjoy live music during the Timmy Glow Run, sponsored by Timmy Global Health at IU. Ty Vinson Buy Photos

With squirt guns locked and loaded and buckets of glow-in-the-dark paint at the ready, participants covered each other in color to prepare for the glow run Thursday night. Read more here. 

 #MeToo Summit explores prevention and action

Jazmin Jones, graduate assistant for Bystander Intervention, listens to audience responses at the #MeToo summit Thursday, April 12, in the Indiana Memorial Union. The event was organized by Culture of Care and opened with a discussion on sexual assault, prevention and policy on IU’s campus.  Matt Begala Buy Photos

The Office for Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy and Culture of Care had a forum for students to give advice on sexual misconduct policies. Read more here.

IU is back on the road for Big Ten play this weekend

Senior shortstop Rachel O'Malley catches a hard grounder and throws the batter out at first. IU will play Maryland on the road this weekend.  Anna Tiplick Buy Photos

After going 2-3 in the past five games, IU has a chance to turn things around on the road against Maryland this weekend. Read more here. 

Mira Nair talks filmmaking at IU Cinema

American filmmaker Mira Nair jokes about how similar Indiana and India sound. Nair spoke at the IU Cinema on Thursday, April 12, as the last guest to appear for India Remixed.  Ty Vinson Buy Photos

Indian filmmaker Mira Nair spoke at IU Cinema as part of its Mira Nair: Living Between Worlds film series. Read more here.

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