Hoosier Hills Food Bank volunteer Tre Corley counts out bags Wednesday morning in anticipation of stuffing five pounds of potatoes in each one. Corley is one of over 2,000 volunteers who work with the food bank, which serves six counties, including Monroe County.
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Hoosier Hills Food Bank volunteer Tre Corley loads bags of potatoes, which will by sent to Pantry 279, a pantry run by Girl Scouts troop 69279. The food bank began in 1982 and distributed nearly four and a half million pounds of food in 2016.
First United Methodist Church volunteer Steve Ulrey unloads cans of peaches on Wednesday at the Hoosier Hills Food Bank. The food bank serves six counties, including Monroe County, and will celebrate its 35th anniversary on Saturday.
Fifth year senior Emily Jones offers a nut to Charlotte the squirrel on Saturday after finding the squirrel in Wells Quad. Squirrels are busy burying nuts this time of year in preparation for winter, Jones said.
Senior Emily Jones, president of the IU Squirrel Club, wanders Dunn's Woods searching for squirrels. Jones leads groups on wandering sessions every Saturday and maintains the Instagram account @squirrels_of_iu.
Charlotte perches in a tree in Wells Quad as Jones tries to coax her down. Jones describes squirrels as solitary creatures who mostly stay in their individual territories. Female squirrels typically have smaller territories than males, she said.
Jones clutches a container of nuts to feed to IU's squirrel population. After observing the squirrels she visits most often, she figures out their favorite snack. Depending on the squirrel, they might like walnuts, almonds, wild strawberries, cicadas or banana chips.
Jones describes Charlotte the squirrel as a diva who's sometimes reserved and sometimes extroverted. Over the summer Jones would bring Charlotte cicadas to eat and watch as the squirrel "pancaked" — spread out flat — over cement to stay cool.
IUDM participants reveal signs displaying the total amount fundraised. The 2017 IUDM raised $4,203,326.23 for the kids.
Members of the 2017 IUDM Executive Council sing along to "We are the Champions," on Sunday morning at the Tennis Center after the total amount fundraised for IUDM is revealed. IUDM set a new record this year by raising $4,203,326.23.
Seniors Elyse Appelblatt and Meredith Hurley hug after IUDM reveals it raised $4,203,326.23 for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. Appelblatt, a member of the Public Relations committee, had been a part of IUDM for four years.
IUDM committees break out in cheer after the total amount fundraised is revealed Sunday morning at the Tennis Center. The 2017 IUDM raised $4,203,326.23 for the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.
IU junior Mark Matsuki performs a set on Friday night at the Bluebird. Matsuki is part of a DJ duo with IUPUI senior Niko Flores. Together, they recently won the Campus DJ National Competition.
Colonel Kirk White reads messages from government representatives at the sunrise Veterans Day ceremony on Friday. Senator Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, Trey Hollingsworth, R-9th District, and Senator Todd Young, R-Indiana, sent messages commemorating Veterans Day.
Members of the IU Army and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps color guard stand in the wings of the sunrise Veterans Day ceremony on Friday. They rose the flag on the flagpole outside of Franklin Hall to honor those who have served.
Members of the IU Army and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps color guard unfurl the flag to raise it during a sunrise Veterans Day ceremony on Friday. The ceremony, which was held outside of Franklin Hall, honored veterans and those currently serving in the armed forces.
Trumpeter Camas Stredder, a second-year graduate student from the IU Jacobs School of Music, performs at the sunrise Veterans Day ceremony. The ceremony commemorated veterans on Friday outside of Franklin Hall.
Retired Major General Sean Byrne, a current Ph.D. student in political science, delivers Veterans Day remarks at the sunrise Veterans Day ceremony on Friday. The ceremony closed with a moment of silence to commemorate those who have served.
Members of the IU Army and Air Force ROTC attend the sunrise Veterans Day ceremony Friday. IU's ROTC program is one of the oldest programs in the country, with military instruction present on campus since 1840.
Provost Lauren Robel shakes the hand of veteran James B. May, who served in Vietnam from 1969-70, at the sunrise Veterans Day ceremony Friday. May, who is the 2016-17 commander for the American Legion and post adjutant for the largest American Legion in Indiana, Post 18, expressed support for IU's annual Veterans Day ceremony. "I'll be here at every one in succession that I can."