Soap bubbles up in Showalter Fountain Sunday afternoon.
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Senior Rose Byrne watches the debates with friends Thursday evening at a house on East University Street. Many different groups watched the debates across the city.
Junior and philanthropy chair Nick Schatko gets a pie in the face during the Pie a Phi event Wednesday afternoon outside Ballantine Hall. The Phi Kappa Tau house sold a pie in the face for a dollar, with proceeds going to the Hole in the Wall Gang, established by the late Paul Newman. With the recent economy troubles, The Hole in the Wall Gang has struggled with company sponsorships, losing money due to companies not being able to offer support.
Charles H. Franklin speaks Tuesday evening at Woodburn Hall. Franklin spoke about media and the use of polls, and teaches statistical analysis of polls at the University of Wisconson.
IU alumnus Donald Griffin stacks cups Thursday evening at Kilroy's Sports Bar.
Alum Donald Griffin stacks cups Thursday evening at Kilroy's Sports Bar. The show Friday Night Tailgate on Big Ten Network is touring and filming the challenge around the nation, and winners are entered into a raffle for a chance to win passes and accomodations to the Big Ten Championships in Indianapolis.
Vince Gill performs Wednesday evening at the IU Auditorium. In 2007 Gill was inducted into the Country Hall of Fame.
“I take care of business, but I like to party.” -Conor Delehanty, freshman
“It’s fun, upbeat and always on the go.” -Rachel Neeld, sophomore
“I don’t cut my hair or beard. I’m just laid back.” -Paul Grubbs, freshman
“It tells if I’m having a good or bad day.” -TaChyla Murray, junior
IU Northwest junior Kelly Knauss and IU junior Taylor Loftyn sign copies of the Big 10 Playboy issue Tuesday afternoon at Campustown on North Walnut Street. The Big 10 issue hit shelves his month.
IU Northwest junior Kelly Knauss signs the Big 10 issue of Playboy while junior Taylor Loftyn watches Tuesday afternoon at Campustown on North Walnut Street. The Big 10 issue hit shelves his month.
Junior Alex Kocher teaches a zumba class Saturday morning at the YMCA. Zumba is an exercise program based on latin dance, and is derived from the Columbina word to mave fast and have fun.
Professor Emeritus of Informatics Michael Dunn cuts the ribbon Friday afternoon at the new School of Informatics. Mayor Mark Kruzan also turned out for the celebration.
Dr. Calimari swallows fire during Dark Carnival on Friday outside the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.