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Monday, June 24
The Indiana Daily Student

"Ready at the catch guys," the coxswain said. "And row." For lose to two hours, five mornings a week, the rowing club members set multiple alarms, call to wake each other and even drag each other out of bed to make the early morning practice. Once they're on the water, all the sleep disappears from their face and only drops of dew and sweat remain. Chloe Ding and Stephanie Kuzydym

Rowing

"Ready at the catch guys," the coxswain said. "And row." For lose to two hours, five mornings a week, the rowing club members set multiple alarms, call to wake each other and even drag each other out of bed to make the early morning practice. Once they're on the water, all the sleep disappears from their face and only drops of dew and sweat remain.