Emma Hatten, a freshman, looks for a cache at the IU Geocaching Club meeting on Thursday evening. The club meets every Thursday from 5 to 6 p.m. and logs caches from around the IU campus.
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Members of the IU Geocaching Club come prepared for their meeting on the Thursday evening. Freshman Dillon Daniel's equipment includes his GPS and a "swag bag" in which caches are placed and then swapped.
The IU Geocaching Club meeting on Thursday which took place throughout the IU campus. Stuart Baggerly looks at his geocaching coins which have been given to him as gifts.
The IU Geocaching Club meeting on Thursday which took place throughout the IU campus. Will Petrovic logs a cache he found and will later add it to his online cache log.
A set of mastodon teeth and other various ancient animal bones at an exhibit about the Native American cultures of the Ohio River Valley and Great Lakes region at the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology. The exhibit features tools, sculptures, animal bones, and other artifacts pertaining to ancient Indiana.
Tiffany Li, a graduating senior, reads a creative writing piece at the "In a Land with no People" exhibit and reception at the Asian Cultural Center Saturday evening. Li is one of two seniors graduating with a minor in Asian-American Studies.
An onlooker observes a piece of art done by Feng Liu at the "In a Land with no People" art exhibit and reception at the Asian Cultural Center Saturday evening. Liu is currently in the MFA graduate school program at IU.
Café Pizzaria, a Bloomington staple since its opening in 1953, recently was named one of the best pizza places in the Midwest.
Bill Nespar from the League of American Bicyclists speaks during a Bike Steering Committee meeting Thursday in the Indiana Memorial Union. The committee will be working to make IU a more bike-friendly university.
Boxcar Books located on 6th Street offers a variety of books, magazines, postcards and more. The store has been working toward becoming more environmentally friendly by installing bird feeders, bird baths, and planting more flowers around the building.
Participants of the World Language Festival on Saturday at Ballantine Hall. More than thirty different languages and cultures were represented.
Volunteers and participants of the Homeward Bound Walk Saturday afternoon. The walk raises money to combat Bloomington in Indiana by giving to local charities.
Midnight Gravy Train performs at Addicted to Music on Saturday at 13th Street and Fee Lane. The event seeks to spread awareness about substance abuse through music.
Chad Urmstom lead singer of State Radio at the Addited to Music concert Saturday at 13th Street and Fee Lane. The event was held to spread awareness about substance abuse.
Participants of the Homeward Bound Walk warm-up Saturday at Third Street Park. The walk seeks to combat homelessness in Bloomington by raising money for local charities.
Volunteers and participants of the Homeward Bound Walk gather Saturday in Third Street Park. The walk raises money to combat homelessness in Bloomington by giving to local charities.
Mary Krupinski in her office at Kirkwood Designs Studio looking at tracings. Krupinski gave a presentation about the art of architecture at the Neil Marshall Center Thursday evening.