Members of the Sigma Pi Fraternity clean up the northwest section of the tail gate field on Nov. 2. Students around campus cleaned up IU that day.
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Abraham D. Morales plays his harmonica November 3, 2008 on the corner of Kirkwood and Walnut Avenues. Morales was playing for fun, but intends to play at the Pour House this month for open mic night and said he plans on playing seriously then.
Junior Ashley Carter adds finishing touches to her Harry Potter wand Sunday evening in Collins Brown. Collins is celebrating their third annual Hogwart's Week in celebration of the series.
Friends and family say a toast to Richard F. Barnes' life Thursday evening at Nick's English Hut. Barnes was the owner of Nick's that passed away recently.
Pieces of art from Stephanie Serpick on display Wednesday afternoon at the School of Fine Arts Gallery.
TDs CDs and LPs feature vinyls, CDs and tapes recorded by local artists.
Lola Rue & Company on North Walnut Avenue features homemade furniture and other items.
Cactus Flower sells handmade jewelry.
Photos on the Left: Junior Sam Cone records guitar tracks to his laptop Sunday evening. Cone's recording setup fits on one table in his living room and includes a power supply, a hard drive, audio inputs and his computer.
Barack Obama supporters watch the election coverage Tuesday evening at Rachel's Cafe. Obama won the 2008 Presidential Election.
A group of kids dance Friday evening in front of the Monroe County Courthouse at the corner of Kirkwood and Walnut Avenues. The group worked their way down Kirkwood Avenue and stopped across the street from the Buskirk-Chumley Theater before making their way to the Courthouse.
Bloomington artist Dwight Gregory paints the doorway of Glorious Moments on Monday evening on Kirkwood Avenue. Gregory called his piece "The Path to Knowledge" and said he was inspired by just being on Kirkwood and the people passing by. The piece featured many local IU and Bloomington people such as former IU head basketball coach Bobby Knight, John Mellencamp and the Dalai Lama.
Art work portray presidents and sex in a display Monday afternoon at the Kinsey Institute. The exhibit, "Sex and Presidential Politics," will be on display until Jan. 23.
Pieces from the exhibit "Pre-Revolutionary Queer: Gay Art and Culture Before Stonewall" on display Monday afternoon at the Kinsey Institute. The exhibit will be on display through Feb. 14.
Moderator Tom Cochrun, and gubernatorial candidates Andy Horning, Mitch Daniels and Jill Long Thompson talk Tuesday evening at the IU Auditorium.
B.B. King plays Saturday evening at the IU Auditorium. King has worked with many different musicians in his career as a musician, and according to Rolling Stone is considered the third greatest guitaristn of all time behind Jimi Hendrix and Duane Allman.
Students dance during the Halloween Masquerede Thursday evening at the Willkie Auditorium. Prizes were given away for the best costume, won by a pair of students dressed up as Juno, and Juno's boyfriend.
Doctor Djo Bi performs during the Fashion function art event Thursday evening at the Buskirk Chumley Theater. Bi also performed with Sogbety Diomande's West African Drum and Dance Company during the 2008 Lotus Festival.