"The Way I Used to Be" by Amber Smith sits on Natalie Fitzgibbons's bookshelf on Sept. 12, 2023. The book gives readers insight on the effects sexual assault has on women based on a fictional story.
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A picture frame is seen on Natalie Fitzgibbons' desk on Sept. 5. Grief will never go away fully, it's just easier at some times than others.
Dunn's Woods in Bloomington are seen on Aug. 10, 2023. Don’t live off the pride people have for you, but the pride you have for yourself.
A rainbow is seen in Indianapolis, Indiana on August 12, 2023. Needing help in life doesn’t mean you can’t fly, because you will.
Lake Michigan is seen July 28, 2023, at the Indiana Dunes Park. The quality of friendship is not defined by distance or time.
A row of palm trees is photographed, July 18, 2023, at Fort Lauderdale Central Beach. Traveling with friends can be an important milestone.
Del Mar Beach is photographed July 9, 2023, in Southern California. It’s important to stop and take time to enjoy the good moments in life.
The sky on a on Southwest flights to Southern California July 3, 2023 is seen. The invention of the airplane has given people the ability to experience the view that birds get.
A portion of TV shows and movies are pictured on a shelf on June 30, 2023. Watching films can have multiple benefits for one’s mental health.
IU students Tim Dwyer (left) and Emmett Nolan (right) table at the Sample Gates on behalf of the College Democrats at IU for Election Day. Former IU student Sydney Zulich won the Democratic nomination for the Bloomington City Council District 6 race.
A book is photographed on a blanket June 20, 2023, in Fitzgibbons' backyard. Romanticizing mundane activities in life like reading can bring joy and peace in one's life.
A plane descends Dec. 31, 2022, into Washington D.C.. Immersing one’s self in experiences rather than spending money on material objects can provide greater happiness in life.
Griffy Lake is photographed on October 2, 2022. Spending time in nature can be a way of staying grounded amid chaos.
A full-length mirror is pictured May 31, 2023, in Natalie's home. Bodies should be appreciated more as functioning vessels than merely for physical appearance.
A donation pile of clothes is pictured May 25, 2023, against a wall in Natalie’s room. Getting rid of old items can benefit one mentally.
Natalie's kitchen plant is seen on her windowsill at home May 17, 2023. It’s important to take time off to rest and reset.
The murals inside of the classroom at the Putnamville Correctional Facility are pictured. IUPAI’s writing instructor Destin Hubble gave a lecture about descriptive writing on April 4, 2023.
IU students Tim Dwyer (left) and Emmett Nolan (right) table at the Sample Gates on behalf of the College Democrats at IU for Election Day. As of 1 p.m. May 2, 2023, total vote counts had reached 5,667, with 2,464 votes from today alone.
Gene B. (left) holds a book entitled, “Poetry of the Sights and Sounds of Nature.” Shaun W. 's (right) drawings about his life are laid out on the table on April 4, 2023, in the Prison Arts Initiative class at the Putnamville Correctional Facility. The class met on Tuesdays from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Russell H. holds this portrait of the woman he calls “Mother Nature” on April 4, 2023, in the Indiana University Prison Arts Initiative class at the Putnamville Correctional Facility. IUPAI incorporates drawing and writing components for the inmates.