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Clayton Moore


Ariel Durell, a senior majoring in Buisness Management, cooks eggs, bacon and a breakfast smoothie to start her day on Nov. 16, 2013. Rather than a small breakfast of cereal, Durell cooks a large meal like this 4-5 times a week before class, or when she has company over. "Cooking is my hobby. Cooking for people becomes an event for me."

Morning fuel

It’s the most important meal of the day, supposedly, but fitting in a complete, balanced meal before running to catch the bus can be hard. IU students rely on a range of breakfasts to jumpstart their day and sustain them until lunch, and here are some favorites.

Students dig into a bag of pink paint powder during a Holi event on Wednesday evening at the Collins Living-Learning Center courtyard. Holi is a Hindu festival, where observers celebrate the beginning of spring by throwing multi-colored paint powder on one another.

Hues of Holi

Hosted by the Asian Culture Center, Holi is one of the most festive holidays in India.

Hoosiers take a dive at 5

Freshman quarterback Kellen Lewis didn't have much time to do anything in Saturday's game against Michigan. The No. 2 team in the country, with the No. 3 overall defense, never allowed Lewis and the Hoosiers to get into a rhythm in the air or on the ground as IU fell 34-3 to the Wolverines.

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Tevin Coleman

Then-sophomore running back Tevin Coleman takes the opening kickoff against Navy on Sept. 7, 2013, at Memorial Stadium. Coleman was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in 2015. 

Percussion

Timpanist Emilie Mitchell practices at the Jacobs School of Music on Nov. 4, in preparation for "The Nutcracker" performances Dec. 5-8.

Morning fuel

FROZEN BLUEBERRY WAFFLES. Kyle Overway, IU track and cross-country runner, usually has a quick bagel early in the morning during weekdays but enjoys a bigger breakfast on weekend, and made waffles smothered with syrup, a yogurt, and a large glass of milk.

Breakfast

Ariel Durell, a senior majoring in Buisness Management, cooks eggs, bacon and a breakfast smoothie to start her day on Nov. 16, 2013. Rather than a small breakfast of cereal, Durell cooks a large meal like this 4-5 times a week before class, or when she has company over. "Cooking is my hobby. Cooking for people becomes an event for me."

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