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Stocked shelves Oct. 22 inside the Union Market. The market showcases things made in Indiana and is located inside the Indiana Memorial Union.
Products stocked on shelves Oct. 22 in the Union Market. The market sells T-shirts, beauty products, food and other things made in Indiana.
Freshmen Anabel Padilla, Lizzie Martinez and Maria Gomez wear symbolic medical masks outside McNutt Quad on Oct. 18. Martinez said the masks signify her and the other girls’ problem with the University and how it has handled the mold problem.
Dirty ducts are in a bathroom in McNutt Quad on Oct. 18. Freshman Lizzie Martinez said although she didn’t know if the substance on the vent was mold, it contributes to her and her friends’ problem with the University’s handling of the mold situation.
Sam Miller, a senior at IU and employee of Soft Touch Moving and Storage, talks Oct. 17 outside McNutt Quad about the change he’s had with his job since the University began dealing with mold issues in student residence halls.
Freshman Julia Gibson, who lives in the Dehoya wing, talks Oct. 17 about how she handles the mold present in her room in McNutt Quad. She said it has been a problem since she moved into her room in August, and multiple rooms on her floor have been affected.
A sign hangs from the room of freshman Julia Gibon’s room Oct. 17 in McNutt Quad. The sign notified her of efforts to clean up the mold in her room.
Freshmen Alessia Borzaro and Olivia Ranucci move their belongings out Oct. 17 from their room in McNutt Quad. The quad is one of many living spaces on the northwest side of campus with mold problems.
Freshmen Anabel Padilla, Lizzie Martinez and Maria Gomez listen during the State of the University address Oct. 16 in Preidents Hall. The group was prepared to speak if President Michael McRobbie didn't speak on the topic of mold in buildings during his speech. They all live in the Kelley Living and Learning Community in McNutt, which has been dealing with mold problems.
IU President Michael McRobbie looks up from the podium Oct. 16 at the 2018 State of the University address.
Art and books are on shelves at the Union Market on Oct. 10. All were made in Indiana and are sold in the store in the Indiana Memorial Union.
Tom Rice of Nate’s Candy Jar describes fudge to IU seniors Lily McNulty and Maddie Manier on the opening day of Union Market in the Indiana Memorial Union on Oct. 10.
Students watch as Christine Blasey Ford testifies Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on TV in the School of Global and International Studies. Ford accused Kavanaugh on Sept. 16 of sexual assault at a party when they were in high school.
Students stop to watch as Christine Blasey Ford testifies on TV against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Sept. 26 in the School of Global and International Studies.
A man watches as Christine Blasey Ford testifies on TV against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Sept. 26 in the School of Global and International Studies.