Senior Taylor Grayson holds Brody during the Rent-A-Puppy event Thursday at Dunn Meadow. Her and two other friends rented Brody for thirty minutes during the event.
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Crates used to carry the fifteen puppies to Dunn Meadow from the City of Bloomington Animal Shelter lie on Dunne Meadow during the Rent-A-Puppy event Thursday. The puppies, which were brought from the shelter, were available to be adopted by students.
Freshman Lucy Batterspy takes a pictuere of fellow freshman Will Ganze while he holds Pinch, a pug, during the Rent-A-Puppy event Thursday at Dunn Meadow.
Anna Sernau sits with a six-week-old pug puppy on her lap during the Rent-A-Puppy event Thursday at Dunn Meadow. Sernau is also a regular volunteer at the City of Bloomington Animal Shelter.
Nikhil Bharadwaj, senior and volunteer at the City of Bloomington Animal Shelter, holds his recently adopted puppy, Isco, during the Rent-A-Puppy event Thursday at Dunn Meadow. "I've been seeing him for about two or three weeks and just finished the adoption two or three days ago," said Bharadwaj. "He's been enjoying the people."
Charlotte Blacketter, a volunteer with the City of Bloomington Animal Shelter, holds Brody at the check-in booth before passing him off to the next set of students scehduled to play with him during the Rent-A-Puppy event Thursday at Dunn Meadow.
Sophomore Carole Fulton holds six-week-old puppy, Lucky, during the Rent-A-Puppy event Thursday at Dunn Meadow.
Junior Liam Foran plays with ten-year-old Golden Retriever Max during the Rent-A-Puppy event Thursday at Dunn Meadow. "I've been away from my dogs for too long, and I just needed some puppy love," Foran said.
Seniors Brigit Rooney, left, and Anna Sernau, right, sit with a pug puppy in the shade during the Rent-A-Puppy event Thursday at Dunn Meadow. "Its such a great cause because it raises money for the shelter and it's such a great thing to do before finals," said Sernau, who also volunteers regularly at the shelter.
Senior Pitcher Miranda Tamayo winds up for a pitch during IU's first game against Purdue April 22, 2015 at Andy Mohr Field. IU won 6-3 after freshman Mena Fulton hit a 3-run home run during the last inning of the game.
Senior Michelle Huber high-fives her coach, Michelle Gardner, after hitting a home run during IU's first game against Purdue April 22, 2015 at Andy Mohr Field.
Members of the IU Softball team celebrate after freshman Mena Fulton hit a 3-run home run during the last inning of IU's game against Purdue April 22, 2015 at the Andy Mohr Field; resulting in a 6-3 win for the hoosiers.
Vietnam War Veteran, Bob Motz, screams, "for all!" at the end of the Pledge of Allegiance, which marked the start of the rally outside the Indiana Capital Building. "I was sickened by what Pence said," said Motz. "This does not represent what most of Indiana feels. I think everyone should be free and feel comfortable here."
Shawn Smith, left, and Jim Woodward look through the program before the start of the film screening on Jan. 29, 2015 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
The Canopy of Lights extends all around City Hall and are woven in the trees around the square.
Sunny makes an offering to a deity by pouring alcohol into the ritual fire. Several members of the group made offerings to various deities in the same way.
Sunny purifies a member of Black Bear Grove before she entered the shelter to begin the ritual. The process of purifying is called "smudging."
Sunny privately meditates near a tree before the start of the ritual. The tree was later used in the group’s ritual as the Earth Tree, and offerings were made to the deities connected with it.
Sunny plays "the sounds of other planets" for the grove during their homage to the Earth Mother. She said the sounds NASA claims to have produced for the other planets were alien sounding, whereas the sounds coming from Earth sounded more "familiar.”
Associate Professor in the School of Global and International Studies Elizabeth Dunn speaks about the danger of "scapegoating" in terrorist situations like the one that recently took place in Paris during a teach-in Wednesday at the School of Global and International Studies.