Customers dine inside The Vault Pub on Sept. 15, 2023. The new restaurant opened in the bottom level of the Indiana Memorial Union on Sept. 1.
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Declan Farley sits at his desk Jan. 19, 2023. Farley posted an update last week on his TikTok about IUPD's response to the harassment he received last fall.
The IU Food Institute is seen May 1, 2023, at 405 N Park Ave. The IU Food Institute will close next month after their funding was suspended by the College of Arts and Sciences.
Toppers Pizza is seen at 212 S Indiana Avenue on April 12, 2023.Bloomington residents will have a new pizza option once Toppers Pizza opens April 14 across from the Maurer School of Law.
Construction workers are seen working April 2, 2023, at 313 E. Third St. Bloomington will undergo multiple construction projects into the summer months in order to repair roads, redevelop areas and construct new transmission lines.
Kashika Singh addresses a group of students on Feb 24, 2023, in the IU Food Institute. Singh kept attendees engaged by relating the food to her personal history with anecdotes and jokes.
A Covid-19 test vending machine is seen Feb. 7, 2023, in the McNutt dining hall. Tests from the machines are free to all IU students, faculty and staff.
The Bloomington Ki Badtameezi board takes a vote on Jan. 29, 2023, in the Hamilton Lugar Building. The Bloomington Ki Badtameezi, or BKB, is partnering with the IMU Union Board and the Office of International Services to host IU’s first Bollywood Dance Collegiate Competition.
Declan Farley is shown in his room on Jan. 19, 2023.
Declan Farley sits at his desk on Jan. 19, 2023. Farley said he was harassed by other students in Spruce Hall, but others said he had few options besides moving rooms.
Declan Farley is seen in his room on Jan. 19, 2023. Farley, who amassed 2.2 million views for a TikTok where he detailed his experience with harassment from other students in his dorm, has decided to leave IU.
Students are seen studying in the IMU's South Lounge Jan. 9, 2023. Students returned to classes Jan. 9, 2023, after winter break.
A vintage comic poster found in the Fine Arts Building at IU. The poster is one of many that will be on display for "The Deep End: Golden Age Comic Books" event that will be held Jan. 13, 2023, at Grunwald Gallery.
Owner Ed Schwartzman speaks with a repair worker in front of the shop's bagel display Dec. 9, 2022. A bread slicer had been having difficulties for several days.
Owner Ed Schwartzman laughs with a customer on Dec. 9, 2022. Schwartzman started Gables Bagels at his other business, BuffaLouie's, during the pandemic.
Owner Ed Schwartzman talks to customers Dec. 9, 2022. He spent the morning moving between the counter and interacting with customers at the tables.
Employee name tags and letters to Ed are seen on display behind the counter on Dec. 9, 2022. Schwartzman works to ensure customers and employees feel welcome and valued.
A customer enters through the front door of Gabels Bagels on Dec. 9, 2022. The Bloomington staple offers authentic New York City Kosher Water Bagels.
Ed Schwartzman takes a business call in the shop on Dec. 9, 2022. Schwartzman grew up in Bayside, Queens, and decided to bring a New York flair to Bloomington when he began making authentic New York bagels in January 2021.
Employees Jack and Bari work the counter on Dec. 9, 2022. There is rarely a moment when the counter is not busy with customers.