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Friday Rundown: Indiana primary election, IU baseball at Ohio State, Bloomington as a ‘tree-loving’ city, Lilly Library features new Frankenstein exhibit

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Wondering who to vote for in the Indiana primary election? Get to know the candidates

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Indiana's primary election is May 8. Let the IDS help catch you up on the candidates' platforms. Here's where the federal candidates stand.

IU baseball travels to Ohio State for weekend series

Sophomore Jeremy Houston throws the ball to first for the out during the Hoosiers' game against the Indiana State Sycamores on April 10. IU will face Ohio State this weekend starting Friday. Evan De Stefano

The Hoosiers will look to improve on their season-best eight-game winning streak this weekend against Ohio State. Read more here.

Bloomington has long been a ‘tree-loving’ city. A professor’s annual tradition helps.

A team of students from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs class E 422, which is Urban Forest Management, prepare a tree to be planted Thursday on Cottage Grove Avenue. The students learned tricks on how to properly plant trees, such as not planting too deep and arranging mulch in a donut shape around the tree.  Emily Eckelbarger

The culmination of E422: Urban Forest Management resulted in the planting of 28 tulip poplars. Read more here.

Lilly Library features new Frankenstein exhibit

Bookseller Jonathan Kearns reminisces on his first time reading "Frankenstein." In his talk at the Lilly Library on Thursday, he discussed the origins of “Frankenstein” and the eccentricities of Mary Shelley’s circle of friends. Ty Vinson

The Lilly Library had an opening ceremony for its new exhibit, Frankenstein 200: The Birth, Life, and Resurrection of Mary’s Shelley’s Monster on Thursday. It's alive and now on display. Read more here.

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