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Wednesday Rundown: Daniel Messel pleads guilty to battery, Ballet department to present students' choreography, New interactive sculpture in Luddy Hall, Women's tennis to face Michigan State in first round of Big Ten Tournament

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Daniel Messel pleads guilty to battery, interrupts victim during hearing

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Daniel Messel is escorted to the Brown County Circuit Court in 2016. Messel was sentenced to 80 years in prison the murder of Hannah Wilson in April 2015.  Emily Eckelbarger

Daniel Messel pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of battery. Three years ago to the day of his court appearance, Hannah Wilson died. Read more here.


Ballet department to present students' choreography at the Buskirk-Chumley

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Freshman Anderson Dasilva and sophomore Marissa Arnold perform the piece "At Last" by Rachel Schultz. “Ballet at the BCT: The Choreography Project” will take place at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. The free event will showcase the work of student choreographers in the IU Ballet Department.  Ty Vinson

Twenty-one original dances choreographed by students will be performed at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater today and tomorrow. Read more here.


New interactive sculpture in Luddy Hall is ‘not human, but alive’

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"Amatria" is a luminous and interactive sculptural landscape located in the atrium of Luddy Hall. The sculpture is comprised of 3D-printed formations and mesh-like canopies filled with pulsing mechanisms. 

A new sculpture in Luddy Hall, while not alive, is ‘sentient’ and reacts to its surroundings. Read more here.


IU to face Michigan State in first round of Big Ten Tournament 

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Sophomore Caitlin Bernard awaits her opponent’s serve during her 6-3, 6-7, 10-6 singles win over Purdue. The Hoosiers enter the Big Ten Tournament as the No. 10 seed. Sam House

No. 10 seed IU heads to Minneapolis on Thursday where it will face No. 7 seed Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament. Read more here.

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