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Freshmen Maria Jaimes and Allejandra Spear pose for photos Sept. 26 on Kirkwood Avenue. Jaimes and Spear are best friends who both participated in the15th annual Fiesta de Otoño.
Members of the Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated perform a dance routine Sept. 26 on East Kirkwood Avenue during the 15th annual Fiesta de Otoño.
IU students Lalo Vera and Karen Rodriguez walk down the road Sept. 26 on Kirkwood Avenue. Rodriguez models her gown and tiara from her quinceañera.
The quinceañera dress models circle around the runway Sept. 26 on Kirkwood Avenue. Several wear hoop skirts under their dresses to make the gowns puff out more.
IU graduate Vanesa Quiroga dances to Latin music Sept. 26 on Kirkwood Avenue during the 15th annual Fiesta de Otoño . As the Fiesta de Otoño came to an end, attendees danced together in a circle.
Backstage, a quinceañera gown rests on the floor Sept. 26 while models prepare for the runway for the15th annual Fiesta de Otoño on Kirkwood Avenue. The dress is beige and decorated with colorful gemstones.
IU graduate Vanesa Quiroga applies liquid eyeliner over her fake eyelashes Sept. 26 backstage of the 15th annual Fiesta de Otoño. Her purple eyeshadow matched her quinceañera gown.
Dress models pose as family members and friends photograph them Sept. 26 on East Kirkwood Avenue. Quinceañera dresses cost between $300 and $900 at retailers such as Disney, according to the New York Times.
Papel picado decorates the entrance of the 15th annual Fiesta de Otoño, celebrated from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 26 on Kirkwood Avenue. The event, organized by the City of Bloomington community and family resources department, commemorates National Latinx Heritage Month.
A table of mementos from womens’ quinceañeras is on display at Kirkwood Avenue. Quinceañeras are a 15th birthday celebration and a rite of passage for Latin American and Latina teens celebrated in Latin American countries and the U.S.
Makeup brushes and eyeshadow palettes are strewn across tables Sept. 26 in the backstage of the15th annual Fiesta de Otoño . The models in the quinceañera fashion show help each other get ready before strutting down the runway on East Kirkwood Avenue.
IU graduate Vanesa Quiroga laughs at a joke while waiting for the glue of her fake eyelash to dry Sept. 26 backstage of the 15th annual Fiesta de Otoño.
Vanesa Quiroga strutted down Kirkwood Avenue in her purple quinceañera gown. It had been eight years since she wore the fluffy birthday dress for a crowd, which had been tucked away in the back of a closet.
The 11th annual Great Glass Pumpkin Patch will be in person from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 10 at the Monroe County Courthouse lawn. People who reserve tickets on their website will be able to purchase any of 500 blown glass pumpkins at the event, organized by the Bloomington Creative Glass Center.
A play about the testimonies of refugees seeking asylum in the United States has been postponed indefinitely after backlash over callback decisions by the IU Department of Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance.
The IU Cinema will stream the concert film, “Jazz on a Summer’s Day,” with the purchase of a $10 virtual ticket this Thursday. Ticket buyers can stream the film on various electronic devices for 72 hours after the date of purchase.
Students don’t need to be in graduate school or members of faculty to have their research published. Undergraduate students have likely already done meaningful research without realizing it, said Abe Leite, a fifth-year student and co-editor-in-chief of the Indiana University Journal of Undergraduate Research.
Before the pandemic, Jessica Walker would cultivate lettuce in a greenhouse. She would stretch in yoga classes, sing karaoke, cook, participate in art classes and hang out with her peers throughout the week at Stone Belt Arc, a nonprofit organization that supports and provides resources for people with disabilities.
Protests continued Friday to demand justice for Vauhxx Booker, a Monroe County human rights commissioner who was assaulted by men with confederate flags a week ago at Lake Monroe. Protesters gathered at 6 p.m. at Peoples Park, following a press conference with Katharine Liell, Booker’s attorney.
International students are prohibited from taking a fully online course load this fall semester, as announced Monday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. If they attend an online-only university, international students must leave the U.S., transfer to a different school or face deportation as a consequence, according to the release.