Chazney Jones, a member of the Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students, slices broccoli Feb. 20 at Hoosier Hills Food Bank. Jones said the best part about volunteering is knowing she is helping out her community.
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Brad Bickhardt, performing as Nemorino, sings Feb. 19 at the Musical Arts Center. Nemorino is a peasant in love with Adina, the wealthy town landowner.
Alyssa Dessoye performs as Adina on Feb. 19 during the dress rehearsal at the Musical Arts Center. “She (Adina) is probably the sassiest woman on stage, but she is definitely an independent, strong-willed woman and I have a blast playing her,” Dessoye said.
Adina, portrayed by Alyssa Dessoye, and Nemorino share a song during dress rehearsal for “The Elixir of Love” on Feb. 19 inside the Musical Arts Center.
Dr. “D”, played by Cameron Jackson, sells his elixir to the town Feb. 19 during the dress rehearsal for “The Elixir of Love” at the Musical Arts Center. “The Elixir of Love,” directed by Linda Brovsky, features a woman in pursuit of love and happiness.
Jenny Gibson, the shelter’s volunteer program director, and Sierra Bowman, intern, practice reiki Feb. 5 in the rabbit room. Animal reiki is a practice where humans meditate near animals without touching them.
Kat Forgacs practices reiki with cats Feb. 5 for World Animal Reiki Day at the Bloomington Animal Shelter. Forgacs said, “Today is a special day for reiki that has been created to help advocate for this practice and also to celebrate it.”
Starnes-Liford pours a fresh batch of wax Feb. 2 in the workspace of Simply Primitive. She adds color and scent to the melted wax base before pouring the candle.
Susan Starnes-Liford, owner of Simply Primitive, smiles with long-time employee Jazmyne Avooske. Starnes-Liford started pouring candles for festivals, and the hobby grew to a full-time business.
A tool bin sits on a workbench Feb. 2 in the workroom of Simply Primitive. Each candle is handmade by Starnes-Liford from label to scent to pour.
A variety of Hilltop Candles is on display Feb. 2 at Simply Primitive. Each candle sold at Simply Primitive is poured by hand.
A collection of candles sits Feb. 2 in the display case at Simply Primitive. Starnes-Liford creates each candle by hand.
Labels for Simply Primitive’s line of candles, Hilltop Candles, sit Feb. 2 in the backroom ready to be added to candles. Each candle comes with a label containing burning instructions and a disclaimer.
Bloomington resident Lucia Calcetto waits for the bus Jan. 29 outside Franklin Hall. IU canceled classes Jan. 30 due to severe weather.
Sam Kizer speaks at Center of Excellence for Women in Technology’s gender equity and allyship discussion Jan. 24 in the Indiana Memorial Union Oak Room. Kizer discussed topics such as privilege, gender inequity and various identities.