Eve Alpert performs with Palm on Thursday night at the Bishop. Palm, a rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is touring with Girlpool.
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Harmony Tividad takes a turn performing vocals on Thursday night at the Bishop. Tividad performed "It Gets More Blue," a song off Girlpool's second full-length album "Powerplant," which came out in May.
Cleo Tucker sings to "Ideal World," a song from Girlpool's 2015 album "Before The World Was Big," on Thursday night at the Bishop. Tucker, who performs guitar and vocals, sang to a crowded room, "I thought I found myself today. No one's noticed things are okay."
Harmony Tividad, left, and Cleo Tucker, right, perform onstage on Thursday night at the Bishop. The Los Angeles natives, who make up the band Girlpool, performed folk punk songs from their two full-length albums.
Emily Kempf of Lala Lala performs in 2017at the Bishop bar. The band will be performing at this year's Culture Shock Music Festival.
Alexandra Christina, the countess of Frederiksborg in Denmark, discusses how to have productive conversations with people who have conflicting values. The countess, Reverend Forrest Gilmore and Distinguished Scholar Lee Hamilton participated in a panel discussion on ethical leadership Thursday afternoon in the Global and International Studies Building.
Dolly, a two-year-old pit bull, sits in the yard of the Bloomington Animal Shelter on Wednesday afternoon. People sometimes mistakenly think of pit bulls as being aggressive or having trouble with other dogs or kids, Animal Shelter Director Virgil Sauder said.
Dolly, a two-year-old pit bull, sits in the yard of the Bloomington Animal Shelter on Wednesday afternoon. Mutts that are actually a blend of lots of dog breeds are frequently mistaken for pit bulls, even though they might not have any pit bull genetic markers, Animal Shelter Director Virgil Sauder said.
Neil Lazarus, a Jewish educator, gives a presentation on Israel's existence and future in the Middle East on Monday. Lazarus spoke on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and how the political dynamics of the region influence it.
Duo is IU's two-step login system that requires users to register a secondary device to log in from. Any IU student not registered on Duo by Nov. 2 will be unable to access most of the University’s online systems.
The Project School on Walnut Street teaches kindergarten through eighth grade. The school received a $1,000 Tools for Schools grant from Old National Bank in October.
Members of greek life dance on stage Friday night at the Auditorium to kick off Zeta Tau Alpha's Big Man on Campus talent show. The sorority raised $182,116.13 for breast cancer research and awareness through programming like Big Man on Campus.
Chris Grankowski of Phi Kappa Sigma performs "Congratulations" by Post Malone at the Zeta Tau Alpha's Big Man on Campus talent show Friday night. At the end of the talent show, Zeta Tau Alpha revealed that they had raised $182,116 for breast cancer research.
Lucas Brace of Phi Kappa Psi eats a Pop-Tart as fast as possible at the Big Man on Campus talent show Friday night. The talent show, which is put on by Zeta Tau Alpha, raised money for breast cancer research conducted by Dr. Hari Nakshatri of the IU Medical Center and the NFL Pink Ribbon Project, which spreads over one million pink ribbons at 28 NFL stadiums.
Bruce Cumings, the keynote speaker at "Assessing Korean Democratization and Democracy: From Molotov Cocktails to Candle Lights," speaks in the Global and International Studies Building auditorium Friday morning. Cumings, who is a professor at the University of Chicago, spoke on three episodes of violence that occurred before, during and after the Korean War and how they influenced Korea's path to democratization.
Daniel Aguilar, a freshman, sifts through piles of old IU Dance Marathon shirts to find a T-shirt to purchase at the IUDM Day of Hope Thursday afternoon in Presidents Hall. The profits from the T-shirts, which are donated by current and alum IUDM members, go toward IUDM's fundraising for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.
Maddie Higgins, a senior, works to meet her individual fundraising goal of $200. Higgins, who has participated in IU Dance Marathon all four years of college, said she reached out to old high school teachers, professors and friends from high school for donations.
IU Dance Marathon participants work to meet their individual fundraising goals at the second annual Day of Hope Thursday afternoon in Presidents Hall. This year, IUDM set a goal of raising $300,000, an increase from last year's goal of $250,000.
Isaac Peasley, a junior, tapes himself to the Sample Gates for IU Dance Marathon's Day of Hope. Peasely, who has participated in six dance marathons, said he started getting involved with the event when a close friend received medical treatment from Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.
IU Dance Marathon participants pin paper figures on a canvas upon receiving donations at the Day of Hope Thursday afternoon in Presidents Hall. It was IUDM's second annual Day of Hope, with a goal of raising $300,000.