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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.
Store manager Chris Pratt smiles Aug. 22 after the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the East Third Street Aldi location. After the ceremony, the line of people began filing into the brand-new store.
A cashier types on a cash register Aug. 22 in the East Third Street Aldi location. This was the first transaction completed in the store, which opened earlier that day.
Tresa Boltinghouse, 54, of Bloomington, looks around the produce section Aug. 22 at the grand opening of Aldi on East Third Street. Boltinghouse said, "I've been in line since 5 in the morning. Always has great deals, and great produce."
A sign with the message "Welcome to your Bloomington ALDI," hangs on the wall Aug. 22 in the Aldi on East Third Street.
Incoming doctoral student Ayoka Wicks and her service dog Anubis, a German shepherd, wait in line Aug. 22 at the East Third Street. Aldi. Those in line received reusable bags, coupons and other giveaway items.
People stand in line Aug. 22 at the grand opening of Aldi on East Third Street. The line to get into the store wrapped around the side of the store and down Williamsburg Drive.
Freshman Morgan Sell smiles Aug. 19 as her parents help her move into Spruce Hall. They smiled and laughed after Sell accidentally hit her mom in the head with a rolled-up blanket. No one was injured by the incident.
A sign that says, "Wells Quad Check-In" is illuminated by the sun Aug. 19 behind the arch at Wells Quad. Behind the arch was a snack table filled with free pretzels, apples and bottled water.
A hamper, bed sheets and other items sit on a curb Aug. 19 as push carts to their cars outside Forest Quad. The move in process required students only use university-provided carts for only a few minutes to get all of their belongings from their cars to their room.
Balloons shaped like stars blow in the wind Aug. 19 as students move into Forest Quad. The balloons marked the location of a table filled with food and refreshments people could enjoy between moving into their rooms.
A freshman student and her mom move belongings into Read Center on Aug. 19.
Senior Bryan Bailey, a Jacobs School of Music student, plays his bass April 28 at the Musical Arts Center.
Freshmen Alessia Borzaro and Olivia Ranucci move their belongings out Oct. 17 from their room in McNutt Quad. The quad is one of the living spaces on the northwest side of campus with mold problems.
Sophomore Taylor Lambert watches a pitch go by during a game against Rutgers on April 28 at Andy Mohr Field. Lambert went 0-3 batting on the day.
Pitcher Emily Goodin exhales after allowing three runs in the second inning during a game against Rutgers on April 28 at Andy Mohr Field. IU lost the last regular season home game, 5-2.