Freshman Noelle Gibson speaks with Peg Stice of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at the Faculty and Staff for Student Excellence dinner Thursday evening at the Indiana Memorial Union. Faculty, students, and profesionals from legal, bussiness, medical, and non-profit fields mixed and mingled before enjoying dinner together.
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Senior Jocelyn Moya and junior Matt Campbell blow up balloons for the Student Recreational Sports Center EveryBODY kick-off event Monday evening. The event featured an activity where students wrote a negative body-image word on a balloon, popped the balloon, and made a promise to only speak positively about their bodies for the rest of the week.
Graduate student Fang Pan writes what he loves about his body on a t-shirt at the Student Recreational Sports Center Monday night. The event was a kick-off for EveryBODY, a week-long campaign promoting positive self-image.
Students had the opportunity to sign a "Body Pledge" at the Student Recreational Sports Center EveryBODY kick-off on Monday night. The event featured free gear such as water bottles and t-shirts, and encouraged students to think and speak positively about their bodies throughout the week.
Professor Meir Litvak speaks on Iranian Antisemitism on Thursday at Swain East. The lecture was sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism. Litvak is the author of the book "From Empathy to Denial: Arab Responses to the Holocaust."
This aquatic scene quilt is on display at Wonderlab Museum of Health, Science and Technology until March 31st. The quilts that adorn the walls of the building were made by Shiisa Quilts staff members.
Quilted by Kathy Kessler, "Wildflowers" is just one of the many colorful and complex quilts on display at Wonderlab Museum of Health, Science and Technology until March 31st. The quilts were made by staff members of Shiisa which is located on Industrial Park Drive in Bloomington.
"Mosiac Magic" was pieced by Pat Surra and quilted by Kathy Kessler of Shiisa Quilts, a Bloomington organizataion. These and other handmade quilts are on display at Wonderlab Museum of Health, Science and Technology until March 31st.
Phi Beta Sigma fraternity competes in the Black Knowledge Bowl Wednesday at the Neil-Marshall Black Cultural Center. The event tested student knowledge on African-American history in a jeopardy style tournament.
Senior Eric DeGraaf weighs his backpack at the Indiana Memorial Union Thursday afternoon. The back-pack weighing event was put on by the Neal-Marshall Culture Center to inform students about backpack safety.
Jessica Myren, co-chair of recruitment for Alpha Phi Omega discusses the social and service aspects of the co-ed fraternity Wednesday night at the Indiana Memorial Union. Clayton VonDras, Vice President of Membership begins setting up a poker game for the board game social.
Students get information and win prizes at the SRSC Spring Kick-off Monday evening. The event, which takes place from 6 - 8 pm will continue through Wednesday.
Lyle Denney gathers his painting supplies Oct. 2 in Dunn Meadow. Denney is part of the Indiana Plein Air Painters Association, a group that specializes in outdoor paintings.
Lyle Denney, plein air artist, works on a piece Oct. 2 outside the Indiana Memorial Union. Denney begins by sketching out his piece and then adding in shadows.
The sun shines on plein air artist Lyle Denney on Oct. 10 as he works on a piece of the Student Building. Denney said he decided to be an artist when he was a young boy and a principal of his school bought one of his paintings.
Artist Lyle Denney mixes paint Oct. 10 outside of Maxwell Hall. Lyle worked only in primary colors for a period of time to master the technique of mixing colors.
Completing two pieces simultaneously, outdoor painter Lyle Denney fixes a canvas Oct. 10 near Maxwell Hall. Lyle has been painting since he was a child and has completed multiple pieces on the IU campus.
Lyle Denney works on a piece Oct. 10 near the Sample Gates. Using a palette knife, he scrapes off the excess paint and then continues to add layers of color.
Lyle Denney, a plein air painter, works Oct. 2 outside the Indiana Memorial Union. The piece will be included in a book called "Painting Indiana III: Landscapes Revisited."
A student waits in line for Chick-fil-A on Monday at the Wells Library.