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Landfill works use dozers to pack down trash to conserve space on Nov. 5, 2021 at The Republic Services Sycamore Ridge Landfill in Pimento, Indiana, on Nov. 5, 2021. About 2,200 tons of waste are disposed of in the landfill every day, according to Alan Cox, the Operations Manager.


IU produces nearly 9,000 tons of trash each year. But after the student throws it away, where does it go?

Indignity in death

Unmarked graves in Bloomington indicate long history of racism

IU senior Katherine Brown shows her tattoo of the American Sign Language symbol for love Oct. 19 outside of Goodbody Hall. Brown said she might go fully deaf one day.

Being heard

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the challenges the Deaf community faces daily.

Stephen Wilbur holds a folder of housing documents next to his dogs Oct. 7, 2021, in his home. Wilbur is facing the possibility of being evicted from his home after having to leave his previous residence in April 2021.

The Scarlet E

Eviction leaves a stain on tenants’ records that makes finding new affordable housing difficult.

Sanders speaks to his family law class Sept. 14 at the Maurer School of Law. In 2017, Sanders was a recipient of the IU Trustees Teaching Award, which honors faculty who have a positive influence on students.

The pursuit of light and truth

An IU law professor published investigative reporting on the university’s presidential search process.

"A crisis of faith"

Members of the LGBTQ community say Catholic Bloomington ministry promoting chastity is unwelcoming, traumatizing and disturbing.

After the audition

A three-part series documenting what students experience after their audition for the Jacobs School of Music with emotions stemming from rejection and burnout.

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