IU students line up in Dunn Meadow to ride a hot air balloon Nov. 15, 2023. The Limitless Club at IU offered free hot air balloon rides as part of their spontaneous event of the semester.
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Student pray after a rally in support of Palestine on Oct. 28, 2023, in Dunn Meadow. During the rally, attendees chanted, waved Palestinian flags and held up signs.
Community members, IU students and faculty hold up signs at a gathering in support of Palestine on Oct. 28, 2023, in Dunn Meadow. They organized the rally to honor lost Palestinian lives and call for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war.
Protesters hold candles during a peaceful counterprotest organized by the Palestinian Solidarity Committee on Oct. 9, 2023, at Sample Gates. Soon after, posters and Palestinian flags were proudly flown, with several members wearing the flag themselves.
Police officers stand between groups of protestors Oct. 9, 2023, in front of Sample Gates. For 20 minutes, both groups waved their flags, chanted and yelled at each other — the tense culmination of a night that began with two peaceful gatherings.
Protesters line up outside the Indiana statehouse early in the morning on Feb. 20, 2023. Indiana House Bill 1608 was approved by the House Education Comittee by a 9-4 vote.
People from all over Indiana traveled to the Indiana statehouse to protest House Bill 1608 on Feb. 20, 2023. Rep. Michelle Davis, R-District 58, authored the bill.
Protesters voiced their opposition to Indiana House Bill 1608 at the statehouse on Feb. 20, 2023. The House Education Committee approved the bill after hearing public testimony.
Two Indiana high school students hold hands during the hearing for House Bill 1608 at the statehouse on Feb. 20, 2023. Members of the public testified to express their support or opposition to the bill.
IU students Chaarvi Singh and Emily Grimaldi ask people to reimagine a better IU community as part of the CommUNITY Education Program's 2023 Martin Luther King Jr. Civil Rights Immersion Series on Jan. 16, 2023, in Wright Quad. The theme this year was “The Promise(d) Land: Creating a more just, fairer, and equitable community." "The point of this event is just to get students talking and thinking about what more equitable and just society looks like to them,” Grimaldi said. “The theme is ‘The Promised Land’ to relate to MLK day, and it is to get students talking and thinking about MLK's Legacy and envisioning a better world for themselves."
A whiteboard stands filled with the requests of students to their promised land on Jan. 16, 2023, at Forest Dining Hall. CommUNITY Educators with whiteboards were stationed at Wright, Forest and McNutt, handing out brochures about Martin Luther King Jr. and other influential Black leaders in history.
A man writes on a white board what is in his promised land on Jan. 16, 2023, in Forest Quad. CommUNITY Educators were stationed with white boards at Wright, Forest and McNutt residence halls to speak to students about Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy. “I feel like a lot of people see MLK day as a day off, and they don't really like take a second to understand why this holiday exists in the first place, which is to encourage civic service in our community and honor the life of MLK and the legacy that he left behind,” Nicole Manso, one of the CUEs stationed in Forest, said.
Chief Justice of the IU Student Government Brennan Murphy swore in incoming IUSG Vice President Bell Pastore during the 74th annual IUSG inauguration on April 15, 2022. Kyle Seibert and Bell Pastore of the Thrive for IUSG campaign were sworn in Friday at the 74th annual IUSG inauguration.
Students march on Nov. 19, 2021, along North Jordan Avenue in support of survivors of sexual assault.
Students march at Nov. 19, 2021, along North Jordan Avenue in support of survivors of sexual assault. The demonstration was organized by Shatter the Silence and Students Against Reproductive Restraints.
Protesters gather at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the intersection of North Jordan Avenue and North Fee Lane to protest sexual violence. The demonstration was organized by Zeta Beta Tau and over 100 members participated.