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Alison Graham


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Tackling textbooks

After your bursar bill is paid and you’re settled into your dorm with furniture and snacks, there’s still one expense left: textbooks. Textbooks seem to get pricier every year and always come at an unexpected cost to many students.

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Alex Hernly, a founder of the Pipsqueakery, holds one of the baby hamsters rescued from a shelter in Florida. The hamster was one of 100 they rescued.

Two hamsters who were rescued by the Pipsqueakery from Flagler County, Florida, play in their cage June 7. The hamsters came from a group of more than 100.

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Memorabilia from Roy Boy's tattoo shop hangs on a wall at the Grunwald Gallery. The pieces are part of the gallery's newest exhibit, which focuses on the history and legacy of Indiana tattoos and tattoo artists. 

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Gallery technicians Erik Probst, left, and Clayton Blackwell hang tattoo flash sheets on a wall of the Grunwald Gallery. The gallery is opening its newest exhibition, "Indiana Tattoo: History and Legacy," on Friday. 

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Tattoo exhibit curator Jeremy Sweet poses next to a cardboard cutout of Roy Craig Cooper, nicknamed Roy Boy, who was one of the most iconic tattooers in Indiana. One section of the Grunwald Gallery's newest exhibit focuses on Roy Boy as a tattoo artist. 

Marianne Van Winkle, PALS executive director, meets the program's newest horse, Bubbles. Van Winkle became the executive director of the equine therapy program in September and is hoping to expand the program's reach.

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Ashlyn Brown who plays Mad Margaret in the opera "Ruddigore" teases her hair as she prepares for a dress rehearsal. The University Gilbert & Sullivan Society is performing the opera Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  

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Members of the chorus for the University Gilbert & Sullivan Society's opera "Ruddigore" perform at their dress rehearsal Thursday at Jackson Creek Middle School. The society is performing the opera Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 

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