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Teri Halstead, 59, voted at Free Methodist Church this afternoon. She relies on the Affordable Care Act for her healthcare and is worried about women losing their right to privacy.



IU President Michael McRobbie introduces Salman Rushdie before presenting him with an honorary degree Thursday. Rushdie gave a speech on fiction after the ceremony.



Novelist and essayist Salman Rushdie compares eastern and western fiction in a speech he gave in the IU Auditorium on Thursday. He urged the audience to embrace the fantastical and reject conventional writing wisdom.


IU Police Department Sgt. Brian Oliger talks about the “Fight” component of the “Run-Hide-Fight” model of responding to an active aggressor situation. Oliger and Steve Balko, assistant director of Emergency Management and Continuity at IU-Bloomington, taught a class on active aggressor response Thursday. 



IU Police Department Lt. Nick Lewis patrols campus on March 1, the day the ban on social activities at fraternities was lifted. Lewis said interactions with people outside fraternities were more adversarial than usual Thursday night. 


The Beta Iota chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi was founded at IU in 1958. A man who identified himself as the chapter president at Alpha Epsilon Pi told IU Police Department Lt. Nick Lewis he could not be in the fraternity’s parking lot without a warrant Thursday.



The Alpha Iota chapter of Theta Chi is located at 1440 N. Jordan Ave. A man wearing a red Theta Chi jersey and a bewildered look walked up to IUPD Lt. Nick Lewis' patrol car last Thursday and asked why the cops were there as Lewis drove through the fraternity’s parking lot.



IUPD Lt. Nick Lewis, 33, stopped outside Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity early Friday morning. Lewis patrolled campus March 1, the day the ban on social activities at fraternities was lifted.



Posters displaying the message “Prohibition ends at last!” were taped to doors on the fifth floor of Harper Residence Hall at Foster Quad on Thursday, the day the social activities ban was lifted at IU’s fraternities.


The fraternities at IU officially end their self-imposed suspension late Thursday. IU Police Department Lt. Nick Lewis said police and fraternity tensions were higher than usual early Friday morning, especially at Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

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