A COVID-19 testing site is seen Feb. 8, 2022, in Gym 171 at the School of Public Health. Dr. Aaron Carroll, the chief health officer at IU and head of the university's COVID-19 policy, said he is “concerned, but not worried” about the BA.5 strain of the virus.
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The historic Buskirk-Chumley Theater is pictured Feb. 28, 2022, on Kirkwood Avenue. Chicago-based band Broken Robots will perform July 22 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
A COVID-19 testing site is pictured Feb. 8, 2022, in Gym 171 at the School of Public Health. IU transitioned to a fully automated contact tracing process for COVID-19 following an end to asymptomatic on-campus testing.
The historic Buskirk-Chumley Theater is pictured Feb. 28, 2022, on Kirkwood Avenue. The theater will be celebrating its centennial this year.
Nada ElGhazaly, her husband Ihab Mohamed and their seven-year-old daughter Arwa pose for a family portrait in their Redbud Hill apartment on April 9, 2022. Their apartment complex, which is home to a number of international graduate students and their families, will be demolished.
Evermann Apartments, completed in 1957, sit vacant March 8, 2022. Demolition began on the building April 18, 2022.
Mint grows in Ihab Mohamed's window on April 09, 2022. The mint, which the family uses for their tea, was transplanted from a neighbor's garden.
Evermann Apartments are demolished April 19, 2022. The buildings were completed in 1957 to acommodate an influx of married students taking advantage of the GI Bill after the Korean War.
Gwen Kirk checks on her daughter Zohra, who is tucked into Kirk's jacket during a walk March 31, 2022. Kirk stands in the grassy field where Bicknell Apartments, where she lived in 2016, used to stand before its demolition in 2020.
Gwen Kirk picks daffodils from an abandoned garden patch to brighten her apartment outside Banta Apartments March 31, 2022. "It's been so gray," she said. Kirk used to live in the apartments, which now sit empty awaiting demolition.
The picnic table where Ihab Mohamed tried seafood for the first time is seen March 29, 2022, in front of Redbud Hill apartments. On the wall behind it, among chalked writing in different languages, you can read his daughter's name, Arwa.
Abdul Aijaz and Gwen Kirk, holding their four-month-old daughter Zohra, prepare for a picnic April 23, 2022. The kitchen in their Redbud Hill apartment is small, so the cooking efforts expand into the living room.
An abandoned swingset in front of Evermann apartments is seen March 29, 2022. Demolition started on the apartments April 18, 2022.
Abdul Aijaz holds his three-month-old daughter, Zohra, in his Redbud Hill apartment on March 29, 2022. Aijaz has lived in three of the buildings in IU's northeast neighborhood since he moved from Pakistan in 2014. One building has already been leveled, one is vacant and waiting to be razed,and his current building is slated for demolition.
Arwa, 7, poses after peaking trough the window of her apartment in Redbud Hill on April 9, 2022. Her father, Ihab Mohamed, says Arwa was the first person in the family to make friends with their neighbors. The building she and her family live in is slated for demolition over the summer.
A customer browses March 4, 2022, at Vintage Phoenix Comic shop. The store is located at 114 E. 6th St.
Customers are seen shopping March 4, 2022, at Vintage Phoenix Comics. Traughber estimates there are tens of thousands of comics in the store, though it's nearly impossible to keep a comprehensive count.
Comic books are pictured March 4, 2022, at Vintage Phoenix Comics. Behind the desk are boxes of comic books set aside for their subscribers, more than 200 people.
Matt Traughber is pictured on March 4, 2022, at Vintage Phoenix Comics. Traughber said he's been working at the shop for over half of its more than 30-year history.