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Distinguished Professor Elinor Ostrom presents an updated version of her Nobel Prize lecture to an audience Feb. 16, 2010, at the IU Auditorium in Bloomington, Ind. Ostrom is the University's eighth Nobel Prize recipient.

Auditorium fills for Nobel Lecture speech

McRobbie told the packed auditorium that Ostrom had received her Nobel Prize in Economics “for her analysis of economic governance, especially the commons,” and that she was the first woman to have won the prize.

Brian Watts performs at Bear's Ale House and Eatery on Monday evening. Watts is a 2008 graduate of IU and is an Indiana native.

IU Comedian returns to Bear’s

“I ask girls ‘What is the sexiest thing a guy could do to get a girl?’” IU alumnus Brain Watts told the Bear’s Place Ale House and Eatery crowd Monday night.

Art museum offers themed tours

The IU Art Museum boasts a collection that includes works of art ranging from Monet to 13th-century B.C. bronze statues. Though the museum is free and open to the public, weekend tours offer an informed way of seeing the collection. Ed Maxedon is the curator of education at the museum and trains the docents who lead the tours.

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Volleyball v. Tennessee

Sophomore outside hitter Jordan Haverly hugs senior middle blocker Ashley Benson after the Hoosiers' victory Saturday in University Gym. Haverly had a career-high 30 kills in the five-set match.

Volleyball v. Tennessee

The Hoosiers huddle together before a set against No.19 Tennessee on Saturday in University Gym. The Hoosiers won 18-25, 25-21, 20-25, 27-25 to advance to the NCAA tournament’s Sweet 16 for the first time in program history.

Volleyball v. Tennessee

A Tennessee attack gets through blockers Jordan Haverly and Ashley Benson on Saturday in University Gym. The Hoosiers played two five-set games this weekend to advance to the NCAA tournament’s Sweet 16.

Volleyball v. Tennessee

The Hoosier volleyball team celebrates a point en route to a five-set victory over Tennessee on Saturday in University Gym. The Hoosiers are now headed to the Sweet 16 for the first time in program history.

Volleyball v. Tennessee

Junior libero Caitlin Cox saves the ball late in the fifth set against Tennessee on Saturday in University Gym. Cox recorded 52 digs for the night – over twenty higher than any other player on either team.

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