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News you need to know for Monday, Aug. 20

Protestors march through campus for Shatter the Silence anti-sexual violence rally

Marchers chant and a woman holds a sign that says “Indiana University protects predators, and victimizes victims. Be alert and defensive” during the Shatter the Silence march Saturday as they arrive in Dunn Meadow. A year after the beginning of the #MeToo movement, several campus resources for sexual assault have seen a growth in numbers. Matt Begala

Protestors marched to raise awareness of IU's sexual assault policies. Read more here. 


Brewers, vendors and patrons celebrate 20 years of Upland Brewing

Upland Brewing Company celebrates its 20th anniversary Aug. 19. The brewery organized a block party and celebrated the community's support for its business.  Alex Deryn

Upland's anniversary celebration featured other breweries and local vendors. Read more here. 


Summer competitions have Lilly King ready for final season at IU

Then-freshman, now senior, Lilly King practices Dec. 7, 2015, in the Counsilman-Bilingsley Aquatic Center. King will be on the Big Ten team this weekend in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.  IDS file photo

Senior Lilly King has set high expectations for herself for her final season in Bloomington. Read more here. 


'Where Are Ü Now': Diplo comes to IU

Students wait in anticipation for concert headliner Diplo to take the stage during the Welcome Week Block Party hosted by Residential Programs and Services, the Residence Hall Association and the Indiana Memorial Union Board Saturday evening at 13th Street and Fee Lane. Andrew Williams

The DJ was also joined by Whethan and Teenage Wrist. Read more here. 

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