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Sophomore Grace Berger drives to the basket Dec. 11 against Butler University in Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Berger scored 12 points in the victory.
Redshirt junior Ali Patberg tries to block a shot Dec. 11 at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Patberg scored a team high 14 points in the victory over Butler University.
Senior Brenna Wise tries to get by a Butler University defender Dec. 11 at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. No. 12 IU beat Butler 64-53.
Junior Bendu Yeaney looks for an open player Dec. 11 at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Yeaney played her first minutes since recovering from an injury in the victory over Butler University.
Sophomore Aleksa Gulbe follows through with her shot Dec. 7 against the University of North Florida in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Gulbe is still finding her rhythm for IU since returning from her ankle injury.
Junior Jaelynn Penn watches her shot Dec. 7 in the game against the University of North Florida in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. The IU women's basketball team is now ranked No. 12 in the nation in the AP poll.
A sign for a FlexePark parking lot is seen Dec. 5 on Eighth Street. FlexePark is expanding to more locations in Bloomington.
Seven IU students will volunteer to teach kids during a three-week camp this summer in Rwanda. IU has been running the trip since 2012 after it was were paired with a school in Rwanda in 2009, according to trip organizer Beth Samuelson, who is also an associate professor for literacy education at IU.
Sophomore Aleksa Gulbe gets ready to jump for the ball at the start of the game Nov. 10 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Gulbe returned to action Wednesday against the University of Miami, scoring 10 points in limited minutes off the bench after returning from an ankle injury that had kept her out against Washington State University.
Redshirt junior Ali Patberg high-fives teammates after making a free throw Nov. 17 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Patberg was named Big Ten player of the week today, and IU's women's basketball team moved to No. 14 in the AP poll.