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Monday Rundown: Demonstrators oppose Trump's immigration policy, IUFB's Jaylin Williams, Dance Moves and Movies series, Parent Survival Guide: Parents Q&A

Demonstrators voice opposition to Trump's immigration policy

A woman and child hold up signs while chanting during the #FamiliesBelongTogether rally Saturday morning outside the Monroe County Courthouse. The event was organized by the Families Belong Together Coalition and took place nationwide and featured over 600 rallies, including one in Indianapolis.  Matt Begala

Over 200 people gathered at the Monroe County Courthouse to protest the Trump administration's zero-tolerance immigration policy. Read more here.

Jaylin Williams draws favorable comparisons early in IU career

Coach Tom Allen and Athletics Director Fred Glass walk down "The Walk" prior to the Indiana football game on Sept. 23, 2017. IU will open up home play on Saturday against Virginia. Bobby Goddin

Freshman cornerback Jaylin Williams will be looking to bring some much-needed depth to the Hoosiers' secondary in 2018. Read more here.

Buskirk-Chumley Theater's series keeps Baby out of corner

A member of Ritmos Latinos Indiana teaches the audience salsa dancing Friday night at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. The event was part of the "Dance Moves and Movies" series. Hannah Reed

The theater showed 'Dirty Dancing' accompanied by a salsa lesson as part of the Dance Moves and Movies series. Read more here.

Parent Survival Guide: Parents Q&A with arts editor Hannah Reed

Arts editor Hannah Reed talks with her parents, Michelle and Dave, about how they're financially managing to put three kids through IU. Read more here.

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