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A closed subway is seen on Jan. 30, 2023, at Crosstown Plaza on 10th Street. Nearly all Subway shops in Bloomington are closed due to operating without a proper license for the retail sale of food, according to a Monroe County Health Department notice.
Trash cans overflow on Jan. 29, 2023, at the IMU dining center. Trash has been overflowing in many places on campus due to the IU support staff shortage.
North Eagleson Avenue is seen on a rainy day Jan. 29, 2023. Many students are anticipating Kappa Sigma's return to Greek Row after it was suspended in 2018.
The IU Student Government offered free safety devices at the 2023 Winter Involvement Fair. The personal safety devices that were passed out were "Birdies," which feature a loud alarm and bright light when activated.
Students pass by Goodbody Dining Hall on Jan. 11, 2023. Goodbody Dining Hall offers breakfast, lunch and dinner for IU students with a carry-out option.
The IU Bookstore is seen Dec. 12, 2022, inside of the Indiana Memorial Union. The three-story bookstore houses IU gear from clothing to kitchenware.
Serving trays of a spring mix salad are seen Dec. 13, 2022, in Goodbody Eatery. Fruits and vegetables, like kale and apples, are high in flavonols, a compound that has been proven to slow the effects of memory loss.
Kirkwood Avenue is seen Dec. 12, 2022, between the Sample Gates.
The men's public restroom is seen Nov. 16, 2022, inside Franklin Hall on IU Bloomington's campus. There are 24/7 public restrooms at the Fourth Street and Trade District garages and various churches and the Monroe County Public Library allow access to public restrooms during hours of operation.
An IU student walks through campus in the middle of snow flurries on Nov. 16, 2022. It's important to know the warning signs of frostbite as temperatures begin to drop below freezing.
IU Mathematics professor Julia Plavnik smiles for a portrait Nov. 14, 2022, in front of Rawles Hall. Plavnik received the Humboldt Fellowship Oct. 31, 2022.
Fallen leaves are seen Nov. 14, 2022, on IU's campus. A Rake-A-Thon was organized by the Habitat for Humanity organization at IU and lasted Nov. 11-13.
An IU student walks to class on one of the first snowy days of the season Nov. 16, 2022. Layering up and staying dry is the most important thing to do when sleeping outside during the winter.
Crimson Cupboard employee Edith Martinez stocks the fridge at the Campus View Apartments Crimson Cupboard on Oct. 27, 2022. Martinez spent her shift stocking the food pantry and checking in shoppers.
IU junior Dylan Haseman talks with one of his professors over lunch during the "Take Your Professor to Lunch" event Oct. 25, 2022. Haseman studies law and public policy at IU and was able to use this event to learn more about both from his professor.