Panelist Mariana Budjeryn speaks on Russia's war against Ukraine at the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies annual America's Role in the World conference April 6, 2022. According to the Office of The Provost and Executive Vice President, Provost Rahul Shrivastav appointed a new committee to lead the search for the position of dean at the HLS in 2022.
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A sign protesting possible annexation is seen Jan. 28, 2023, on the corner of Sheridan Road and Maxwell Lane. Lawrence County special judge Nathan Nikirk announced that the trial for the Bloomington annexation case will not proceed as scheduled in November, as requested by remonstrators opposing the annexation in areas 1A and 1B.
Students walk out of McNutt Quad on Oct. 4, 2021. For many students, their freshman year of college is the first time they are living by themselves.
Festival goers are seen Aug. 27, 2022, walking down Kirkwood Avenue during Pridefest. Parts of East Kirkwood will be closed beginning April 3, 2023.
The IU Student Government fundraising tracker board is seen Jan. 28, 2023, in the IUSG Offices. IUSG is raising money for their Student Health Care Fund on campus.
A sign protesting possible annexation is seen Jan. 28, 2023, on the corner of Sheridan Road and Maxwell Lane. Many residents living in areas that would be annexed do not support the plan.
The IU Student Government fundraising tracker board is seen Jan. 28, 2023, in the IUSG Offices. IUSG is raising money for their Plan B program on campus.
The Mies van der Rohe Building is seen April 6, 2022. The building has a storied history at the university and is featured in the "Mies in Indiana" display in the Grunwald Gallery of Art.
An iGaming slots site is seen on a student's laptop Oct. 9. The Indiana Gaming Commission released a 103-page study that found introducing internet gambling to the state would be a smooth process.
Students are seen holding strike signs and joining in chants April 14, 2022, in front of the Chemistry Building. Graduate workers feel IU administration has been unclear on their reasoning behind the opposition surrounding union recognition.
Then-juniors Sophie Hall and Sidd Das hold strike signs at the Chemistry Building on April 14, 2022. The IGWC-UE's coordinating committee recommended membersvote against the strike in hopes that ongoing negotiations would lead to partial union recognition this semester, making a strike unnecessary right now.
People add to sculptures at the IU Ceramics Guild tent during First Thursdays on Sept. 1 at the Fine Arts Plaza. Many booths had interactive activities for students as well as community members.
Students from Bloomington High School North attend Pridefest Aug. 27. People of all ages enjoyed the festivities.
Pridefest attendees stand in line for popsicles Aug. 27. Some people wore their respective flags as capes, while many others had clothing items or accessories that were rainbow colored.
Drag artist Sanatana Sword poses by the Pridefest sign Aug. 27. Sword was one of the performers at Pridefest this year.
People pose for a picture in front of a big Pridefest sign Aug. 27. The sign was a hotspot for those taking pictures at the event.
Drag artist Irregular Girl performs on stage Aug. 27. She was one of the final performers during the 7:30 p.m. show.
Performers dance on stage at the end of one of Pridefest's drag shows Aug. 27, 2022, on Kirkwood Avenue. This was the ninth Pridefest organized by Bloomington PRIDE.
Drag artist Lavendar Rose performs on stage Aug. 27. Most of the artists went with a traditional drag show performance of dancing to an upbeat song, but Rose took a more avant-garde approach as they danced to a slower, instrumental song.
A festival volunteer walks through the crowd collecting tips for the performers Aug. 27. Crowd members continuously donated to the performers throughout the night.