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Scott Pelley speaks with reporters Sept. 10 before his keynote address celebrating the opening of the Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism in Franklin Hall. Pelley is a correspondent for “60 Minutes.”
Scott Pelley holds up an action figure of Ernie Pyle on Sept. 10 at his keynote address celebrating the opening of the Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism in Presidents Hall in Franklin Hall. Pelley said one of his personal heroes was Ernie Pyle.
Scott Pelley gets emotional Sept. 10 at his keynote address celebrating the opening of the Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism in Presidents Hall in Franklin Hall. Pelley recounted events he has covered in his career, including being at ground zero during the events of 9/11.
Freshman forward Jaimie Tottleben heads the ball Sept. 8 in a game against Morehead State University at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Tottleben had one assist on the day.
IU women's soccer head coach Erwin Van Bennekom looks at the team Sept. 8 in a game against Morehead State University at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The Hoosiers won 5-0.
Heavy machinery sits idle Sept. 5 next to the Fourth Street parking garage. The demolition of the existing garage is expected to take 90 days.
Kyle Mau and Daniel Michalski celebrate Jan. 25 with teammates after the men’s distance medley at the Indiana University Relays at Gladstein Fieldhouse. As a junior, Mau led the IU men’s cross-country team to an 18th-place finish in the nation.
A bike is locked to a rack Sept. 3 outside Franklin Hall. IU Police Department Capt. Craig Munroe said about 29 bicycles were reported stolen last year, and a simple sticker could have helped recover those bikes.
Rock ‘n’ roll band High Street Jack performs Sept. 3 in Peoples Park. This was the penultimate performance in the 2019 Peoples Park Concert Series.
Freshman Carley Divish said she has had to adjust to life at IU, but she is making friends and learning the layout of campus.
Freshman Carley Divish points at a case filled with doughnuts Sept. 2 at Wright Quad. Divish said her favorite part about IU is the scenery, particularly the limestone.
Freshman Kamaron Farver pulls up a list of things that went wrong for his first week of classes at IU on Sept. 2 at Wright Quad. Farver accidentally went into a classroom on the third floor of Ballantine Hall when he was supposed to be on the second floor.
Sloane Susnick leans in for a hug at the Free Mom Hugs booth Aug. 31 at Bloomington Pridefest. Hugs were given out at multiple locations at the festival on Kirkwood Avenue.
Sean Green plays guitar on the stage Aug. 31 at Bloomington Pridefest. Green said he grew up north of Bloomington, and went to school at IU.
A man walks along Kirkwood Avenue Aug. 31 at Bloomington Pridefest. Crosswalks along Kirkwood were painted in rainbow colors for the festival.
Ashley Julius recieves a hug from the Free Mom Hugs booth Aug. 31 at Bloomington Pridefest. Julius said she was there "to be a part of the culture, enjoy and make a better place."
President Donald Trump speaks April 26 at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Trump said he had "second thoughts" Sunday about his escalating trade war with China.
A sign with the message, "Welcome to your Bloomington Aldi," hangs on the wall Aug. 22 in the Aldi on East Third Street.