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Jupiter & Okwess invite women up on stage to dance with them during the 2018 Lotus World Music & Arts Festival on Sept. 29 in the Alchemy/Old National Bank Tent. Jupiter & Okwess performed high-energy Congolese soukous.


Freshmen prepare to register for fraternity rush during the Greek Orientation Seminar on Sept. 6, 2016, at Alumni Hall in the Indiana Memorial Union. Changes to IU's Greek Organization Agreement have delayed some chapters from signing, disrupting their operations and events.


Students wait in anticipation for Diplo to take the stage during the Welcome Week Block Party on Aug. 19, 2018, at 13th Street and Fee Lane. IU Police Department Capt. Craig Munroe offered some advice on how to stay safe during this first week back in Bloomington as well as the rest of the year.

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Catherine Sloper (left) and aunt Lavinia Penniman (right), portrayed by Glynnis Kunkel-Ruiz and Ellise Chase, socialize before a party during a rehearsal of Ruth and Augustus Goetz’ “The Heiress” on Sept. 18 in Ruth N. Halls Theatre. The story focuses on Catherine Sloper, a wealthy, socially awkward woman, who falls in love with a man that her father believes is only after their money.

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