A tree bears a sweater Oct. 6 on Kirkwood Avenue from the Middle Way House to promote its Wrapped In Love initiative. The Middle Way House strives to help those who have been affected by domestic and sexual violence as well as human trafficking.
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A sweater covers a tree Oct. 6 in downtown Bloomington to promote the Wrapped In Love initiative put on by the non-profit organization Middle Way House. The organization has people sponsor and crochet tree sweaters to bring attention to its program.
A sweater decorates a tree Oct. 6 across from the Monroe County Public Library. The tree sweaters around Bloomington are sponsored and crocheted by numerous individuals to help bring awareness to the Middle Way House’s Wrapped In Love initiative.
Indianapolis singer Haley Jonay performs Oct. 5 at the Orbit Room during Midway Music Festival. The Midway Music Festival is a nonprofit based out of Bloomington that helps connect female musicians.
Patchwork Moonlight of the Bloomington Trio sings Oct. 5 at the 6th street mainstage during Midway Music Fest. Midway Music Fest strives to bring together female musicians of all backgrounds and genres.
Members of the IU Contemporary Dance Program perform Oct. 3 in the Fine Arts Plaza. Bloomington community members gathered to watch the various performances.
Ellie Sachs and Matt Starr, directors of “My Annie Hall,” speak at a Q&A on Oct. 3 after their screening of "My Annie Hall" at IU Cinema. The screening took place at the October First Thursdays Festival.
Members of the IU African American Dance Ensemble perform Oct. 3 at the October First Thursdays Festival near Showalter Fountain. The festival featured food trucks, poetry and a film viewing.
Hoosierette senior Catie Cobble attends Hoosierettes' practice Sept. 30 at Windfall Dance Studio. The Hoosierettes are a pom and jazz dance team that performs at events around IU.
Sophomore Kathryn Morrissey joins in practicing fists and blades Sept. 30 for the Hoosierettes' new routine Sept. 30 in Windfall Dance Studio. The Hoosierettes' are a pom and jazz team at IU.
Freshman Lexi Kubas prepares to strike the ball Sept. 29 at IU Varsity Tennis Courts. Kubas played during the IU Hoosier Classic from Sept. 27-29.
A squirrel watches people Sept. 29 by Sample Gates. There have been less sightings of squirrels on campus so far this semester.
Freshman Rose Hu responds to her opponent’s serve Sept. 29 at the IU Hoosier Classic. The Hoosier Classic went from Sept. 27-29 at the IU Tennis Center.
Senior Annabelle Andrinopoulous prepares to strike the tennis ball to attempt to score a point Sept. 29 at the IU tennis courts. Andrinopoulous was one of the seven players from IU to play on the last day of the Hoosier Classic.
Indiana Lt. Gov. Governor Suzanne Crouch delivers the “Greetings from the State" on Sept. 28 at the IU Auditorium. Crouch spoke on behalf of the state of Indiana for the bicentennial ceremony.
Professor Arthur Fagen directs the IU Philharmonic Orchestra on Sept. 28 in the IU Auditorium. The orchestra played during the IU Bicentennial Ceremony.
IU President Micheal A. McRobbie delivers the opening remarks Sept. 28 in the IU Auditorium. There were events throughout the week to celebrate the IU Bicentennial Ceremony.
A sign hangs off of the front of Fat Dan’s Chicago-style Deli on Sept. 26 at 221 East Kirkwood Avenue. The new restaurant is located in Kirkwood Towers.
Numa Perrier discusses her film "Jezebel" on Sept. 24 at the IU Cinema. Numa shared information about her film, which will screen again Sept. 27 as a part of her "The Politics of Pleasure" series.
Carlene Carter plays with her bandmates Sept. 18 in the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. Her tour will run through February 2020.