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All about Little 500

Pick up a copy of this year's 2012 Little 500 Guide, which includes a track guide, rider profiles and more.

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Our Week in Photos

Check out Our Week in Photos featuring work by Mike Mojonnier, a professional war photographer. 

Steven Ragatz, a juggler who has toured with Cirque du Soleil, performs Saturday evening at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. Ragatz was a special guest before singer-songwriter Krista Detor took the stage, and throughout her show he added a touch of whimsy by occasionally sneaking across the stage while juggling oranges.

Our week in photos

From football practice to the Philharmonic to a logging protest, check out all of the photos that made it into this week's paper, and watch for a post of the week's best photos on the Focus blog.

Happenings beyond the track

Sure, there’s a lot going on at the track come race day, but here are a few stories to watch out for from beyond the fence of Bill Armstrong Stadium

Since 2006, an assortment of Little 500 riders have worn stickers on their helmets to help senior informatics majors on a group project. This year’s group has made serious improvements, including recruiting more riders, and this year their data is hitting the Web.

Racing into the digital age

Since 2006, an assortment of Little 500 riders have worn stickers on their helmets to help senior informatics majors on a group project. This year’s group has made serious improvements, including recruiting more riders, and this year their data is hitting the Web.

Who was Bill Armstrong?

Bill Armstrong was a baseball-playing, fund-raising, FBI-investigated Kentuckian who loved IU, its athletes and the Little 500.

Sex, alcohol and Little 500

In 2008, 228 students participated in a 21-day, Internet-based daily diary study to assess drinking and sexual behaviors during Little 500, as well as during the weeks before and after.

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A statue of alumnus and World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle typing on his typewriter was installed in front of Franklin Hall on Oct. 9. The Media School, IU Bloomington's newest school combining telecommunications, journalism and communication and culture, will be inuagurated at Franklin Hall Friday.

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Freshman Abe Shapiro and sophomore Jordan Schiff complete homework and spend time together in the Helene G. Simon Hillel Center on campus.

Rebecca Mehling

Skylar Booth, Dylan Karnedy and Chris Neal, all members of Phi Kappa Tau, play video games that they brought to Kilroys on Kirkwood Monday afternoon. Many students bring games and other things to keep themselves entertained while participating in KOK's open to close.

Rebecca Mehling

Students pack into Kilroys on Kirkwood Monday afternoon for their open to close event. Students begin the day at KOK around 11 a.m. and attempt to stay until KOK closes at 3 a.m.

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Students outside on the patio at Kilroys on Kirkwood enjoy thier day off from classes Monday afternoon. KOK is popular on Martin Luth King Jr. day because of their unoffical open to close event.

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Derek Drouin clears the bar at the Big Ten Conference high jump championships May 13, 2012 in Madison, Wis. Drouin qualified Saturday for the Canadian Olympic team. IDS, IDS

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Derek Drouin clears the bar at the Big Ten Conference high jump championships May 13, 2012 in Madison, Wis. Drouin qualified Saturday for the Canadian Olympic team.

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