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When four female IU students walked from Teter Quad to the Indiana Memorial Union on Thursday night, they decided to go together. Even on the way to the Feminist Student Association’s self-defense class, the girls knew that in the dark, it was important to be in a group.
IU Student Association President Sara Zaheer was presenting on mental health issues on campus to the IU Board of Trustees on Wednesday afternoon when 11 people walked in carrying posters. One said “WWHBWD What Would Herman B Wells Do.” Another said “#SanctuaryCampus”. They formed a line at the back of Alumni Hall and held up
IU’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity is known for its work building homes throughout the Bloomington community, but the group has something a little different planned for
IU student Willy Palomo stood ready with an orange envelope in his hand.
While students danced to Latin beats at a weekly paso a paso dance workshop upstairs at the La Casa Latino Cultural Center, Willy Palomo, leader of the UndocuHoosier Alliance, was preparing for another meeting downstairs.
Toddlers, former drug addicts, lesbians and more than 100 other people filled the the space around the Sample Gates from the bus stop to the Franklin Hall sign.
The first woman ever to be nominated to run for the presidency of the United States stood before the nation delivering her concession speech.
Carrie Fischer took a break from her book, “The Friday Society,” to take a Snapchat video of RaiQuelle Luster. Fischer began to record then asked which candidate Luster voted for.
Celine Oberholzer, an IU student, creates and draws mandalas, or circles with intricate designs throughout the center. Oberholzer uses both Sharpies and stamps from her grandfather’s stamp collection to detail and color the complex circles.
When Nora Naranjo Morse started speaking, it was at first unclear what she was communicating to the crowd gathered Friday evening in the State Room East of the Indiana Memorial Union.
Zara, Forever 21, Gap and Joe Fresh are popular stores that produce cheap, fashionable clothing.
An elaborate altar sat in the corner of the La Casa Latino Cultural Center. It was draped in a bright, multicolored blanket and displayed yellow flowers, candles, a glass, a pair of glasses and a cross made of flowers. Bright, decorative paper hung from the ceiling and framed photos sat on the altar.
When graduate student Amanda Stephens’ feminist activism class met last Tuesday, they did not sit through a lecture, discuss a reading or take a test.
With a mix of Beyoncé, Destiny’s Child and Ariana Grande playing in the background, Feminist Student Association leaders handed out paper for people to compose letters, some addressing them to the Trump campaign office in New York.
A new debate-night drinking game was proposed Tuesday night in Hodge Hall. It involves stocking up on booze and taking a drink every time a candidate mentions arts or culture.
Strummingon his guitar, IU professor Tyron Cooper picked apart the James Brown song “Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud” and identified the bass line, drums and guitar sections that helped create the song’s distinctive sound.
Despite the rain and loud thunderstorm in the background, about twenty students and IU faculty gathered in the living room of the Asian Culture Center to participate in a panel discussion at the ACC on Wednesday.
When professor Alice Robbin went to meet her two mentees for the new Faculty Mentoring Initiative, she was a few minutes late coming from a class.
IU senior Shannon Lemajeur has a passion for law and politics. As a double major in political science and Spanish, she studies Hispanic culture and
Omega Phi Beta was one of many clubs and individuals gathered to advocate for survivors of sexual and domestic abuse at Take Back the Night.