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The Bloomington Police Department headquarters is seen in late 2019. BPD defended its decision to not mandate its officers wear face masks despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The Bloomington Police Department headquarters is located at 220 E. Third St. Bloomington officials including Mayor John Hamilton, Police Chief Michael Diekhoff, fire chief Jason Moore and BPD Deputy Chief Joe Qualters participated in a Board of Public Safety special session Tuesday.
Parked cars sit in the lot outside of Rural King on Jan. 24 in Bloomington. A Brownsburg man is accused of stealing over 100 wooden pallets from the store.
Trees line the walkways in Dunn's Woods. “The Hoosier Life Survey: Politics and Climate Change at the Crossroads” questioned Hoosiers on their attitudes and beliefs about climate change.
Glass skylights let the sunlight in Feb. 17 at the Eskenazi Museum of Art. The museum was planning to open a new exhibit, “Facing the Revolution," before the museum closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Silver letters name the Eskenazi Museum of Art outside its front entrance. The museum announced Tuesday it will be closed to the public until further notice.
Silver letters name the Sidney and Louis Eskenazi Museum of Art outside its front entrance. The museum launched its first phase of Collections Online, a database of its museum collections, March 5.
Visitors explore the exhibits and newly renovated space Nov. 7, 2019, in the Eskenazi Museum of Art. The museum has been closed since May 2017.
Musician Millaze sings her opening song Feb. 21 at Blockhouse Bar. Millaze performed after Joe Strunk and Rosegirl.
Vice President of Capital Planning and Facilities Tom Morrison discusses IU's sustainability initiatives Feb. 18 in Presidents Hall. The presentation was part of the Bloomington Faculty Council meeting.
A student walks in front of the A bus on Dec. 2, 2019, in front of the Kelley School of Business.
Glass skylights let the sunlight in Feb. 17 at the Eskenazi Museum of Art. The museum will showcase three new exhibitions in late March.
Snow falls Jan. 24 around the Lee Norville Theatre and Drama Center. The "At First Sight" new play festival will feature two plays by MFA playwrights Kaela Mei-Shing Garvin and Christin Eve Cato on Feb. 21-29 in the Wells-Metz Theatre and Studio Theatre.
The LGBTQ+ Culture Center is located at 705 E. 7th St. An anonymous donor pledged to match all donations up to $200,000 given to IU’s Queer Philanthropy Circle, a charity that raises money to support LGBTQ programs and resource.
Kasey Galloway practices water purification at the environmental engineering booth Feb. 16 at WonderLab. The booth was a part of the National Engineers Week event.
The Bicentennial Celebration paintings hang on the wall Feb. 4 in Presidents Hall. The paintings were created by Professor Bonnie Sklarski, who has had solo exhibitions in New York City, Philadelphia and Saudi Arabia.
Chicago resident Terry Brennan reads from a novel-in-progress titled "Bonsai Boy." Brennan grew up in Bloomington and attended the First Sunday Prose Reading and Open Mic event at Bear's Place with a local friend.
Model Austin Williams dances on the runway Jan. 31 in the Neal- Marshall Black Culture Center's Grand Hall. Williams' outfit was a part of the men's fashion segment of the Black the Runway Art Exhibit and Fashion Show.
Swimmers in the men's 400 free relay kick off their starting blocks Nov. 2 at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center. IU defeated the University of Louisville 171-129 Jan. 31 at Ralph Wright Natatorium in Louisville, Kentucky.