Senior and Kappa Alpha Theta rider Jenna Johnson gets taped up after crashing.
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Junior Emily Wachholz stands over the Little 500 logo. The 2009 Little 500 women's race begins Friday afternoon, and the men's begins Saturday afternoon.
Junior Emily Wachholz, senior Christopher Bean, sophomores Lucas Supinski and Morgan Whitaker paint Jerry Yeagley field Thursday afternoon at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The group used more than 20 gallons of paint to complete the 2009 Little 500 logo.
An old rail sits just off Highway 46 on Wednesday afternoon in Ellettsville. Recently the town received a grant to convert the old railway sites into trails for the Rails to Trails program.
When Sarah Mordis was 18-years-old and a recent high school graduate, she suffered from a stroke. She spent 16 days in a rehabilitation center and went to physical and occupational therapy three times a week throughout the summer before her freshman year. She's currently a senior at IU and ready to graduate.
Alexander McCall Smith reads excerpts from his book "Tea Time for the Traditionally Built" on Monday afternoon in the Whittenberger Auditorium. McCall Smith is best known for his No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series, which has been translated into 39 languages and has sold over 15 million copies worldwide.
Juniors Jenna Cerone and Jennifer Balbach lead down the straightaway Saturday evening at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Kappa Delta beat Kappa Alphe Theta in the final women's heat of the event.
The Black Key Bulls come down the straightaway Saturday evening at the Bill Armstrong Stadium. The Bulls won Team Pursuit in the final men's heat, beating the Cutters.
Sophomore Neerali Shah and junior Zain Jafri dance during their performance.
Junior Kazuhiro Kitaoka plays the drum during Mr. and Miss Asia on Friday evening at Alumni Hall. Mr. and Miss Asia is put on by the Asian Student Union, whose goal is to facillitate collaboration among the 21 various Asian organizations.
A guest rests a fan on her lap while waiting for the show to start. Many of the groups included members from their organizations to help put on their performances.
Shah and Jafri, Miss and Mr. Indian and Pakistan, celebrate after being announced Mr. and Miss Asia 2009.
Juniors Jennifer Balbach and Jenna Cerone round turn four during Team Pursuit on Saturday evening at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Kappa Delta went on the final heat of the women's race and won the event over Kappa Alpha Theta.
Junior Sonja Arnesen of Gamma Phi Beta leads a pack during Miss-N-Outs April 4 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Team Pursuit will be Saturday April 18 and is the last event before the Little 500 races.
Boaz Ganor, Sumit Ganguly and Kemal Silay wait while Alvin Rosenfeld, right, introduces the speakers for the symposium on terrrorism "From Mumbai to Gaza: Indian, Israeli, and Turkish Responses to Global Terror" Wednesday evening in Rawles Hall. Ganor, Ganguly and Silay are all experts on Israel, India and Turkey respectively. The purpose of the lecture was to explain how these three countries, which have been repeatedly targeted by terror attacks, comprehend and cope with such hostility.
Jooski Buffoonski and the rest of the Buffoonski Brothers take down a shotski. Dyngus Day is more commonly known as Easter Monday, and celebrated regularly in only a few cities around the nation.
Then MBA students Chris Osos, John Lash and Ritesh Bhattacharya enjoy a shotski April 9, 2007 at Yogi's during Dyngus Day.
Senior Jon Moses looks for chametz. Students participated in the ceremony, searching for the bags of bread hidden by Wiesenberg's children earlier in the evening.
Rabbi Micha Wiesenberg searches for chametz Tuesday evening in his home. Wiesenberg teaches students from his home about the Jewish faith and traditions surrounding them.
During the searching for chametz ceremony, lights are turned out and candles are used to search for the bread. A wooden spoon and feather are also used to clean up any small crumbs.