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Ellen Hine

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famers' market panel

From left to right, Abby Ang, Jeannine Bell, Dan Conkle and Jane Henegar wait to speak June 11 in City Hall. The four spoke on a panel about potential legal issues for the Bloomington Community Farmers' Market regarding allegations that a market vendor is run by white supremacists.


People gather outside the Monroe County Courthouse July 4 to watch the annual Fourth of July parade. Parade participants handed out stickers, bracelets, toys, water and candy to children.


Buttons reading "Don't Buy Veggies From Nazis" sit on a table June 8 at the Bloomington Farmers' Market. Some community members say the owners of Schooner Creek Farm, a vendor at the market, are members of the white nationalist group Identity Evropa.


Students gathered Friday for a Union Board event in the Indiana Memorial Union to discuss the synagogue shooting that left 11 people dead.


Science Fest is a free event organized by the College of Arts and Sciences designed for children and teenagers who are interested in science. During this year’s Oct. 27 event, there were more than 150 events across campus.


Full Frontal Comedy cast members play a short improv game Sept. 21 at their weekly show. In this game, two members read stage directions from different plays while the others try to incorporate the directions into an improvised skit. 

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