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Rushing junior Matt Cheong and senior member Jamie Ventin cut the edges of a fleece blanket at the Delta Sigma Pi Community Service Event in Hodge Hall September 14, 2015. The event was part of the fraternity's Fall 2015 Rush schedule and the IFC is preparing to begin their new rushing process in September.

Krista Johns, co-chair of the Strawberry Shortcake Festival, sells Strawberry to customer during the Strawberry Shortcake Festival Thursday afternoon at Courthouse Lawn. This Festival celebrated a tradition 30 years.

Thomas DeCarlo, communication coordinator for the IU Office of Overseas Study, is beginning production of his short animated film, "The Encounter." DeCarlo gets a lot of his influence for his work from various Disney filmas and would be open to working at Pixar in the future.

Artist Cynthia O'Dell points to the area of teh Irish countryside she was in while taking a certain set of photographs during a lecture on Friday in Grunwald Gallery. O'Dell has a photographic exhibition titled "Messengers of Yesterday" on display until Nov. 18.

Senior telecommunications majors Matthew Brezina and Emelie Flower have been working on their short film series "Vanguard" since last year. The series focuses on the lives of individuals that are related to the vigilante called Vanguard and how the individuals are affected by him.

Sister Helen Prejean, the author of “Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty,” speaks in a lecture on her book and her opinions on the death penalty in the MAC on Sunday.


Redman rearranges a strand of skeleton garland on a table of the altar. He said putting the altar together is a long process, and he and DiGregorio often encounter items that are meaningful to them or community members they know.


The Día de los Muertos Community Altar at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures consists of collections of photos, notes and decorations to honor the dead. Curators of the altar Rachel DiGregorio and Michael Redman organize and construct the altar each year, which was originally housed in Wandering Turtle Art Gallery.

Curators Rachel DiGregorio and Michael Redman add the final decorations to the 10th annual installation of the community altar. Redman said the altar expands each year to add the offerings collected from previous years.

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