LaCroix boasts more 20 flavors of its carbonated water. The company started in La Crosse, Wisconsin, around 1981.
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Katie Peck, a junior, sips a nonalcoholic appletini at the Delta Zeta Mocktail Night on Wednesday. The event aimed to show how people can have a good time without drinking alcohol.
Flutes of nonalcoholic champagne rest on a table at the 2017 Mocktail Night at Delta Zeta. The sorority hosts the event to raise awareness about drinking safely.
Mayor John Hamilton speaks at the city council meeting Oct. 4 evening to endorse Ordinance 17-39, which authorized an agreement between the City of Bloomington and Cook Medical. The Bloomington City Council voted Wednesday night to approve a deal made with Cook Group Inc. which would allow the Bloomington-based company to pay the city fees in exchange for not being annexed into the city limits.
LaCroix recently added the key lime flavor to its line-up of carbonated waters. The LaCroix website lists over 20 flavors, including pamplemousse and mango.
Students disembark a school bus at the Boys and Girls Crestmont Club after school in September. The Monroe County Community School Corporation officially terminated its contract with the Michigan-based Auxilio Services on Oct. 13 and moved to an in-house bus system.
Members of the Marching Hundred perform during the homecoming pep rally that followed the parade Friday evening. The Marching Hundred is directed by David C. Woodley and dates back to 1896.
Parade spectators cheer as the Marching Hundred perform at the intersection of 17th Street and Woodlawn Avenue on Friday evening as part of the homecoming parade. The parade started at the Indiana Memorial Union and worked its way north to the tailgating fields.
Pumpkins rest on the lawn of the Monroe County Courthouse on Saturday morning as part of the Great Glass Pumpkin Patch. The Bloomington Creative Glass Center creates over 900 glass pumpkins to sell each year, with proceeds going to support a fully-equipped hot glass arts education center in Bloomington.
Tomas Gregg, a volunteer who has worked with the Bloomington Creative Glass Center for seven years, demonstrates how a crackle effect is achieved on some of the pumpkins at the Great Glass Pumpkin Patch on Saturday morning on the Monroe County Courthouse lawn. The crackle effect uses two layers of glass to create the two-tone effect.
Tomas Gregg, volunteer with the Bloomington Creative Glass Center, holds out a pumpkin for customers at the Great Glass Pumpkin Patch on Saturday morning on the lawn of the Monroe County Courthouse. The pumpkin patch is in its eighth year and supports hot glass arts education at the Bloomington Creative Glass Center.
Hilary Scott appraises two pumpkins at the Great Glass Pumpkin Patch on Saturday morning on the Monroe County Courthouse lawn. Scott, who has come to the pumpkin patch for five years, was shopping for pumpkins for several family members.
Sparky the Fire Dog hugs freshman Teja Vontikommu at the Office of Insurance, Loss Control & Claims' organized attempt to break the world record of most simultaneous stop, drop and rolls. Participants entered a raffle to win prizes, and fireworks were set off after the attempted stop, drop and rolling.
IU employees Herb Jones and April Purlee roll on the ground as part of the Office of Insurance, Loss Control & Claims' organized attempt to break the current world record of 1,719 people simultaneously stop, drop and rolling. The Guinness World Records requires participants roll on the ground for 30 seconds in order for the attempt to count.
Sparky the Fire Dog shows participants how far to spread out in order to complete an attempt to break the world record of 1,719 people simultaneously stop, drop and rolling. Two hundred and thirty-one people participated in the attempt to break the record, which is currently held by the Indianapolis Fire Department.
Mel Lane, the assistant director of the Office of Insurance, Loss Control & Claims, throws plastic fireman hats from the ladder of a fire truck. INLOCC organized the event to remind people about fire safety and to participate in Fire Prevention Week, which runs Oct. 8-14.
A sign hangs off the end of a ladder on a fire truck at an attempt to break the world record of most simultaneous stop, drop and rolls at one time Friday afternoon at Woodlawn Field. Two hundred and thirty-one people participated, but they were unable to break the world record of 1,719 people stop, drop and rolling.
Members of the fraternity Sigma Nu gather on the front porch of their house on North Jordan Avenue on Wednesday afternoon. The Beta Eta chapter of Sigma Nu was suspended from the IU campus by its national leadership due to alleged hazing and alcohol related violations.
Members of the Sigma Nu fraternity gather on the front porch of their house on North Jordan Avenue on Wednesday afternoon. The Beta Eta chapter of Sigma Nu was suspended from the IU campus by its national leadership due to alleged hazing and alcohol related violations.
Richard Seraphinoff, professor of music in the Jacobs School of Music, sits at the workbench in his workshop where he makes period-accurate reproductions of horns from the 18th and 19th centuries. Seraphinoff spends 80-100 hours making a single horn for customers from all over the world.