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Ethan Moore

Ethan Moore is a Fall 2021 Visuals Editor. He’s previously worked as a photographer and a videographer at the IDS. He is a sophomore studying journalism.

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A bronze sculpture of Alfred C. Kinsey is seen Sept. 27, 2022, outside Lindley Hall. Melanie Cooper Pennington, a lecturer of sculpture at the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture and Design, was commissioned to make the sculpture for the 75th anniversary of the Kinsey Institute.


The site of a new apartment complex is seen Sept. 25, 2022, on the corner of 19th and Dunn streets. The six-story apartment building — which is being built by University Properties — is just west of Memorial Stadium, according to the Herald-Times.


Abortion-rights protestors gather in front of the Women’s Care Center on June 27, 2022, on College Avenue during a demonstration organized by the Party for Socialism and Liberation, who claims the center is set up to dissuade people from having abortions. In response to the ban, IU Health established 10 teams to ensure no legal boundaries are crossed while still being able to provide patients with the best options.


Then-junior George Schafer listens to a speaker during Students for a New Green World's protest for climate action March 4, 2022, in front of the Sample Gates. IU’s climate action planning committee will finalize a plan to curb greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to rising global temperatures by the end of the spring 2023 semester.


A Gables Bagels neon sign is seen through the door of the restaurant Sept. 5, 2022, on East Third Street. The store is owned by Ed Schwartzman, who also owns BuffaLouie’s in Bloomington.

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