Karen Kovich, a caricaturist, completes a drawing of freshman Amanda Wallin on Thursday evening at CultureFest. The Fine Arts Plaza was full of booths offering food and activities to celebrate CultureFest.
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Junior Gregory Wilson performs with Phi Beta Sigma on Thursday evening on the main stage of CultureFest. The festival is organized by First Year Experience.
Citizens rallied at the Monroe County Courthouse on Sunday in condemnation of recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Citizens gathered at the Monroe County Courthouse on Sunday evening for a vigil and protest against recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia. Local leaders gave speeches urging attendees to be proactive in fighting against racism.
A group of protesters leaves the rally to march down 6th Street. They then marched north on College Avenue shouting chants like, “No cops, no KKK, no fascist USA.”
Owen McCloud, 10, works on a sign for the rally. It read, “Love not hate conquers more hate.”
Members of Open Mind Zen meditate on the lawn of the Monroe County Courthouse at the rally Sunday evening against the recent events in Charlottesville.
Citizens rallied at the Monroe County Courthouse in condemnation of recent events in Charlottesville.
Citizens gathered at the Monroe County Courthouse Sunday evening for a vigil/protest against recent events in Charlottesville. Local leaders gave speeches urging attendees to be proactive in fighting against racism.
Nick’s English Hut celebrated its 90th anniversary Saturday with a block party on Kirkwood Avenue. Local businesses and organizations set up tents between Dunn and Grant Streets.
Yogi’s announced it would be seeking a new location in April. Earlier this month, the restaurant announced it would instead be closing its 10th Street location, officialy shutting down last Saturday.
Workers dismantle the signs at Yogi’s Kitchen and Tap on Wednesday. The restaurant's final day of business was Saturday.
Yogi’s employees move tables and chairs to the front room of the restaurant. Restaurant personnel hope to sell the bulk of Yogi’s furniture, equipment and dishware.
Items are removed from Yogi's Wednesday morning. Some of Yogi’s employees will find employment with local restaurants such as Quaff On!, Upland Brewing Company and The Chocolate Moose.
CEWiT will be starting its first fully-fledged mentorship program this fall. It ran a pilot program this spring, with 17 students receiving mentorship from 14 mentees.
Hunter Wroblewski’s ashes rest at Dunn Cemetery next to Beck Chapel. Wroblewski was killed a year ago in a car accident in Florida.
Mayor John Hamilton speaks about implementing the recommendations made by the Safety, Civility and Justice Task Force during a press conference at the Monroe County Public Library Thursday. The press conference came after dozens of overdoses in the Bloomington area.
IU Student Legal Services provides legal services to students on everything from lease analysis to car accident settlements. Along with the Office of International Services, it also helps international students maintain their visas.
Members from Southern Indiana Pipes and Drums serenade parade attendees with songs performed on bagpipes and traditional Scottish drums. The Fourth of July Parade, hosted by Bloomington Parks and Recreation and Downtown Bloomington, had 100 entries this year.