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Balloons are released at the conclusion of “(Back Home Again In) Indiana” on Saturday at the 2019 men’s Little 500 at Bill Armstrong Stadium.
Fans of Phi Kappa Psi cheer Saturday during the 2019 men’s Little 500 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Phi Kappa Psi lead lap 199, but did not finish in the top three.
Phi Kappa Psi huddles before the start of the 2019 men’s Little 500 on Saturday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.
The Teter Cycling women’s Little 500 team waves to the crowd during a parade lap Saturday at Bill Armstrong Stadium before the 2019 men’s Little 500. Teter won the 2019 women's Little 500.
Riders prepare before the pace laps begin at the 2019 men's Little 500 on Saturday at Bill Armstrong Stadium.
A CSF Cycling rider stays in formation Saturday before the start of the 2019 men’s Little 500 at Bill Armstrong Stadium.
Godspeed team members take the track for their attempt March 23 at Little 500 Qualifications. The team placed 22nd in the qualifications for the women's Little 500 race that will take place April 12.
Senior Riley Dismore stands April 10 outside the Indiana Memorial Union. Her film “Rolling,” which was inspired by a sexual assault she experienced, will be shown at Cannes Film Festival in May.
The Cutters pose with their race time March 23 at Little 500 Qualifications at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The Cutters had the fastest time to qualify for the men's Little 500 race that takes place on April 13.
The First Nations Educational and Cultural Center organized the eighth annual Indiana University Traditional Powwow on April 6 in Dunn Meadow. The event celebrated the native heritage of indigenous peoples.
A man dances April 6 at the Indiana University Traditional Powwow in Dunn Meadow. “There’s always going to be song, and there’s always going to be drum music, specifically," Bella King, a member of the American Indian Student Association, said. "Surrounding the arena there’s always going to be all sorts of native dancers, and there’s about six different sub categories of native dance.”
Men hold the American flag and eagle staff April 6 at the IU Traditional Powwow in Dunn Meadow. The eagle staff honors military veterans, and the flag bearers were veterans, one of whom had served in World War II.
Shannon-Marie Turner sells handmade jewelry April 6 at the IU Traditional Powwow in Dunn Meadow. Turner said she is Navajo and makes beadwork and other jewelry representative of the southwestern Navajo style by incorporating turquoise and red prominently in her work. She said this was her fourth year attending the powwow.
Men paint the McKinney Fountain on April 5 outside the Simon Music Library on Jordan Ave.
The IU softball team celebrates as Grayson Radcliffe returns back to home base March 31 after hitting a home run in the second game of a double header versus Michigan State University. IU will play the University of Michigan on April 5-7.
A man sings April 2 at a rehearsal for "MASS" at the Musical Arts Center.
A woman sings April 2 at a rehearsal for "MASS" at the Musical Arts Center. The production will play at the MAC at 7:30 p.m. April 5, 6, 12 and 13.