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A screen grab from the Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance website
A screen grab from the IU Theatre Department's website
A screen grab from the IU BotSlayer website. BotSlayer is an all-in-one application that scans social media in order to determine if a message is being pushed and popularized by bots.
A screen grab from the IU Police Department data dashboard.
Two books sit on a table.
A screen shot from the IU BeInvolved website.
The Division of Student Affairs website is pictured. Resources such as how to manage social isolation, financial stress, physical health and technological issues for students can be found on the webpage.
The website page for a GoFundMe in honor of Satbir Multani, 53, the owner of Indian Palace, is pictured. $1,495 had been raised as of 8:21 p.m. April 16.
Hunter Tabor, Caden Smith and Dylan Stegemoller from Batchelor Middle School won a second-place prize with their documentary "Educating America's Youth: Our Top Priority." The documentary will be airing throughout the day April 13 on C-SPAN.
A computer with the Bloomington online farmers market is displayed on a computer screen. The Eastside Market, located in the old parking lot of Kmart on East Third Street, has rebranded as People’s Market after community members disagreed with how the city handled issues of white supremacy at the market last year and is available for online orders and pick up from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
A stack of notebooks sits on a desk.
A journal entry reading "COVID-19 Day 1 Journal, Today I went...," is written in a notebook. The Wells Library is organizing a project that asks the IU community to document life during the coronavirus pandemic.
A students holds a phone showing his social media apps. Clearview AI's facial recognition software is used by hundreds of law enforcement agencies across the nation.
A student holds a phone showing his social media apps.
Wright Dining Hall Sept. 1, 1949
Forest Residence Center April 30, 1965