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Dr. Henry Wakhungu, senior lecturer in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, addresses members of the African Students' Association on Fridat at Hilltop Garden and Nature Center. ASA members and Hilltop volunteers planted pear trees in honor of Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai, who passed away last year.

Trees planted in honor of notable Africans

Sophomore Rasheed Ojerinde, president of the ASA, said it is significant that the group planted three trees, and that they will produce fruit for years to come. Each tree represents a strong woman who has positively affected the lives of Africans, Ojerinde said.

Hoosier DJ to open for Tiësto

Hoosier-native Topher Jones is finally making time to attend the “world’s greatest college weekend.”
The DJ from Zionsville, Ind., said he looks forward to seeing a few familiar faces when he opens for Dutch DJ and producer Tiësto tonight at Bounce Music Festival.

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The Art of Falling

Head Coach Drew Johansen critiques Conor's dive and offers advice for his next round during the Hoosiers' meet against University of Lousiville on Jan. 31, 2014 at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center.


Janice Renn, mother of Kim Camm, now wears her daughter’s locket with photos of her grandchildren Brad and Jill. Kim, 35, Brad, 7, and Jill, 5, were murdered in their southern Indiana home on Sept. 28, 2000. Within 72 hours, Kim’s husband, David Camm, was arrested for the murders. Camm was convicted twice, but was acquitted after a third trial on Oct. 24.

The Art of Falling

Jessica Parratto practices a back one and a half with one and a half twists off the five- meter platform i Jan. 27 at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center. Parratto is on track to compete in the qualifications for the Summer 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janero, Brazil. She finished 9th in the Olympic Trials for London in 2012 when she was 17.

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