A group of friends play a game over Zoom to celebrate graduating seniors. 2020 graduates are finding new ways to celebrate the end of their college careers while graduation ceremonies are placed on hold and canceled due to COVID-19.
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Riders line up April 13, 2019, before the start of the men’s Little 500. IU Bloomington is commemorating the races by participating in the 2020 National Bike Challenge throughout May.
A car drives April 22, 2019, past the Monroe County Courthouse. Jennifer Schepers, director of the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs Career Hub, said students in the school are supposed to have 120 hours of internship credit through the school in order to graduate.
Freshman Bret King rides during training for Little 500 on March 14 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. King was one of five freshman training on the women's Army ROTC Little 500 team.
A workout mat and set of weights sit on the ground.
The Medlife at IU Instagram page displays a poster for a step challenge. Medlife is raising money for a COVID-19 relief fund through a series of online events.
An instagram post displays information for MEDLIFE at IU's iMessage water pong tournament. The tournament raised funds for the MEDLIFE COVID-19 relief fund.
A soap dispenser sits next to a running faucet. IU psychology professor Jonathon Crystal says increasing hand washing can help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Fiona Apple’s new album “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” is played on a phone.
The Google Classroom page for a Project Lead the Way teacher is displayed on a laptop. K-12 schools will continue e-learning through the end of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wipes, a mask and gloves sit on a table April 14.
Notes, a laptop and a phone displaying social media posts fill a student’s desk.
The Twitter page for Diamond and Silk is displayed April 12.
The College of Arts and Sciences grading policy for the spring 2020 semester is displayed on a laptop.
Duke Energy’s map of Thursday morning power outages in Bloomington is displayed on a laptop. More than 4,600 Monroe County residents and businesses are without power after severe storms Wednesday night.
Remo Drive’s song “Around the Sun” is displayed April 7 on a phone.
The IU grade distribution site is displayed on a computer April 5.
Prerecorded lectures are displayed on a Canvas page April 5. Professors are taking different approaches to remote learning by teaching courses through Zoom, prerecorded lectures and transcripts.
A student plays Counter Strike: Global Offensive on March 29.
The reconstructed Megalonyx Jeffersonii, a type of giant ground sloth, stands March 12 in the Franklin Hall Commons.