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Ben Hunter, associate vice president for public safety and institutional assurance, speaks Nov. 13 at the Gun Violence at IU program in Whittenberger Auditorium in the Indiana Memorial Union. Hunter talked about the Clery Act and whether or not IU Police Department or Bloomington Police Department is responding to an event factors into what alerts IU Notify send out.
The homepage for Finite Plus is seen on a laptop Nov. 12. The new site is being used to help raise funds for IU Dance Marathon.
Redshirt freshman Chanel Wilson looks at the sidelines Nov. 10 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Wilson led the team with two three-point field goals in the victory over Nicholls State University.
Redshirt junior Ali Patberg guards a Nicholls State University player Nov. 10 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. The No. 24 Hoosiers set a school record for assists in a game in the victory over Nicholls State.
Sophomore Aleksa Gulbe gets ready to jump for the ball at the start of the game Nov. 10 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Gulbe finished with 12 points, five rebounds and one assist in the victory over Nicholls State University.
Redshirt junior Ali Patberg stares down a Nicholls State University player Nov. 10 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. The No. 24 IU women's basketball team defeated Nicholls State 111-47.
Junior Keyanna Warthen attempts a free throw Nov. 3 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Warthen shot 7-9 on free throws in the IU victory over McKendree University.
Bags of powdered nutritional drink Huel sit on a desk Nov. 1 in Franklin Hall.
Sophomore Bailey Hertenstein stands Oct. 24 in Gladstein Fieldhouse. The Florida native has received multiple honors this season, including National Athlete of the Week by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association after winning the Commodore Classic in her first race of the season.
The Clark wing of Read Center is seen Oct. 28. Officials are conducting a death investigation after a 19-year-old was found dead Monday morning.
Sophomore Noah Like plays League of Legends on a computer in a scrimmage Oct. 18 in Franklin Hall. Like and the other members of the League of Legends team at IU played IU-Purdue University Indianapolis.
The Bloomington Brewing Company moved this summer from Tenth Street to Kirkwood Avenue.
Alex Johnson leads a group of protesters Oct. 18 along South Grant Street. He held a sign saying "stop the hypocracy," which refers to protesters alleging hypocrisy over IU Notify alerts for off-campus shootings over the past year.
Sophomore Sophie Pope shouts "shots fired, alert required" Oct. 18 at Sample Gates. She also held a sign displaying the message "the blood is on your hands, IU."
A sign reading "don't evict, provide help" is held by a protestor Oct. 18 on Kirkwood Avenue. The protest march went from 422 S. Grant St., the sight of the Oct. 13 shooting, to Sample Gates.
Alex Johnson leads a group of protestors Oct. 18 along South Grant Street. He held a sign saying "stop the hypocracy," which refers to protesters alleging hypocrisy over IU Notify alerts for off-campus shootings over the past year.
Kiah Myers shouts "shots fired, alert required" Oct. 18 outside Sample Gates. Myers helped organize a protest over IU's handling of the Oct. 13 shooting at a house on South Grant Street. She held a sign that read "not a brickhouse, a brick home!"
Calvin Hutchinson talks to a bystander Oct. 18 at Sample Gates. Hutchinson participated in a protest over IU's decisions in the aftermath of the Oct. 13 shooting on South Grant Street.
A sign reading "cancel the eviction" sits next to chrysanthemums Oct. 18 at Sample Gates. Signs at a protest over IU's handling of the Oct. 13 shooting displayed messages critical of IU Notify and the decision to evict tenants of the house where the shooting occurred.