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IU Student Government Vice President Marsha Koda stands to the left of the bookshelf while IU Student Government President Aaliyah Raji stands to the right on April 24, 2023, located inside the IUSG office.IU Student Body President Aaliyah Raji and Student Body Vice President Marsha Koda from the IGNITE campaign are the first Black women to serve in either of these positions for IU Student Government.
IU researcher Walker Smith stands outside of Jacobs School of Music East Studio Building on April 18, 2023. Of the periodic table of elements, Smith has created sounds of helium, oxygen, zinc, calcium and iron.
Professor and associate chair of the department of the IU department of biology’s evolution, ecology and behavior section Jay Lennon works with his students in his lab on April 4, 2023. Lennon was nominated and received the Humboldt Research Award where he will travel to Germany to collaborate on a research project about dormancy.
The TikTok logo, which is presented when the app is first opened, is displayed on a student’s phone on April 5, 2023. Some experts have concerns regarding TikTok bans on a national and local level.
Dancers from the Jacobs School of Music Ballet Theater department rehearse for ‘Spring Ballet’ on March 27, 2023, at the Musical Arts Center. ‘Spring Ballet’ will premiere on March 31 at 7:30 p.m. and follow with two showings of the performance on April 1 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Musical Arts Center.
A new “No Turn On Red”sign is seen March 27, 2023, on the intersection of Third St. and Washington St. There are a total of 82 places where drivers cannot turn right on a red light in the city of Bloomington.
Two rainbow progress flags are seen Feb. 21, 2023 in the LGBTQ+ Culture Center. The Indiana House of Representatives voted 65-30 on March 27, 2023 to pass Senate Bill 480.
A table between the "Medley" and the beverages includes different breakfast options for students on March 26, 2023, in the Forest Dining Hall. Director of IU Residential Dining Ken Field noticed the growing popularity of students using the Scratch Café and felt the need to expand the area.
Two rainbow progress flags are seen on Feb. 21, 2023, in the LGBTQ+ Culture Center. Senate Bill 480, if passed, will prohibit a physician or other medical practitioner from knowingly performing gender transition procedures on minors in Indiana.
An assortment of miniature pride flags is seen inside of a mug on Feb. 21, 2023, in the LGBTQ+ Culture Center. Brianna Ghey, a 16-year-old transgender TikToker, was stabbed on Feb. 11, 2023, in Chesire, England.
Two rainbow progress flags hangs against the windows in the front room of the LGBTQ+ Culture Center on Feb. 21, 2023. Brianna Ghey, a 16-year-old TikToker who was transgender, was stabbed in England on Feb. 11, 2023.
Cardboard material is thrown into a separate dumpster for recyclables only outside of the Wright Quad dining hall on Feb. 20, 2023. According to Protect IU, IU-Bloomington produces 45 tons of hazardous waste.
A tower of black garbage bags full of trash fills a red dumpster on Feb. 20, 2023 outside of the Wright Quad dining hall. Because roughly 10% of Bloomington’s recycling is contaminated by non-recyclables, it ends up being sent to dumpsters.
A life-size globe spins on its axis during its three-minute rotation on Feb. 13, 2023, on the ground level in Ballantine Hall. The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center is named after Marcellus Neal and Frances Marshall, the first African American man and woman to graduate from IU.
The website to learn more about TimelyCare, a platform through TimelyMD, is shown on a student’s laptop screen. TimelyCare serves as a free 24/7 virtual care service that will safely diagnose and treat students remotely.
Director of the Nuclear Theory Center and physics professor, Adam Szczepaniak, stands in front of the whiteboard filled with mathematical equations on Feb. 8, 2023, in his office located in Swain West. Szczepaniak was awarded $1.8 million by the Department of Energy to lead “ExoHad," a project that explores the physics of exotic hadrons.
A member of Chabad at IU speaks with guests during a large Shabbat gathering Dec. 9, 2022, in Dunn Meadow. The Shabbat service drew in over 500 guests.