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New members of Alpha Phi Alpha are introduced onstage at the fraternity’s probate 7 p.m. Feb. 22, 2020, in Alumni Hall. The organizations in the Divine Nine intend for Black students to form personal connections with people who have similar backgrounds.
Students gather near the Conrad Prebys Amphitheater Oct. 1, 2020, for the First Thursday Festival. The monthly festival begins Sept. 2, 2021, and will be held from 5-8 p.m. in the Arts Plaza.
A sign outside the Indiana Statehouse warns against any weapons or firearms on government property Wednesday. No protesters were present for the inauguration of Joe Biden as president.
A sign sits Nov. 16 outside Blooming Thai in Bloomington.
Students gather near the President’s House Oct. 1 for First Thursdays. The monthly First Thursdays celebrations are still happening despite the COVID-19 pandemic, but are now more spread out to comply with social distancing guidelines.
Phi Kappa Tau, left, and Acacia, right, fraternity houses sit next to each on Third Street. Out of the 40 fraternity and sorority houses, 37 of them are completely closed for the rest of the semester, IU spokesperson Chuck Carney said.
New members of Alpha Phi Alpha are introduced onstage at the fraternity’s probate 7 p.m. Sunday night in Alumni Hall. The members sang, danced and greeted other National Pan-Hellenic Council fraternities and sororities.
Senior Marsha Jean-Baptiste gives a high-five to senior Brendan Berry before Alpha Phi Alpha’s new member presentation Sunday in Alumni Hall. New members were introduced to friends and family at the ceremony.
Chicago rock group OHMME’s merchandise is displayed Wednesday in the Bishop Bar. The duo kicked off its national tour with the 9 p.m. concert.
“Buckjumping” director Lily Keber, right, answers an audience member’s question Nov. 6 at the IU Cinema. “Buckjumping,” a documentary on New Orleans dance culture, was shown prior to an onstage conversation between folklore and ethnomusicology faculty member Jennie Gubner, left, and Keber.
Folklore and ethnomusicology faculty member Jennie Gubner, left, sits onstage Wednesday at the IU Cinema while she interviews “Buckjumping” director Lily Keber, right. “Buckjumping,” a documentary on New Orleans dance culture, was shown prior to Gubner and Keber’s talk.
Caleb King holds an Indigenous Peoples’ Day sign across the street from the Monroe County Courthouse on Monday. King later spoke to a crowd about the day in front of the courthouse.
Organizers of the Indigenous Peoples Day march look on as Caleb King speaks Monday outside the Monroe County Courthouse. Those who joined the march held signs that had messages of empowerment for indigenous peoples.
A child holds up a sign empowering indigenous peoples near Dunn Meadow on Monday. The child later took part in the march to the Monroe County Courthouse.
A hand-painted lion statue stands behind the Bloomington Police Department Headquarters. The police don't know who the statue belongs to.