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The Indiana Daily Student

Friday Rundown: IU offers help to Puerto Rican graduate students, IU, City of Bloomington offer numerous resources for bicycle riders, IU sweeps Michigan State in first round of Big Ten Tournament, IU Contemporary Dance brings 'New Moves' to the Wells-Met

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IU offers help to Puerto Rican graduate students in wake of Hurricane Maria

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Six scholars from the University of Puerto Rico stand in the School of Education on Wednesday, April 25. The IU Bloomington-Universidad de Puerto Rico Education Graduate Scholars program created space for six graduate education students from the University of Puerto Rico to work and study at IU-Bloomington.  Junhui Wu

Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in September and caused widespread devastation. Two professors at IU decided they could help. Read more here.


IU, City of Bloomington provides numerous resources for bicycle riders

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A painted sign on the sidewalk of Kirkwood Avenue designates an area for cyclists to dismount their bikes before they cross the street. The Bloomington Bike Share Project, a program that allows people to rent bikes by the half-hour, is expected to launch in June. Mallory Smith

Bloomington and IU offer different options and perks for bicyclists of all skill levels, such as a new bike share program and workstations. Read more here.


IU sweeps Michigan State in first round of Big Ten Tournament

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Freshman Andrew Redding is embraced by his teammates after his tough 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (7-3) singles win over Wisconsin on Sunday at the Indiana University Tennis Center.  Sam House

IU men’s tennis barely beat Michigan State in the regular season, but had no trouble coming away with a victory in their first round matchup of the Big Ten Tournament. Read more here.


IU Contemporary Dance brings 'New Moves' to the Wells-Metz Theatre

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The Student Choreographers Showcase is rehearsing nearly every night this week at Wells-Metz Theatre for future shows. The students practice for hours to get their moves correct.  Alex Deryn

Contemporary dance seniors will present “New Moves,” a show of choreographed work, today and tomorrow. Read more here. 

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