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Homecoming King and Queen

Seniors Adam Day, center, and Hayley Kwasniewski, right, wave after being crowned homecoming king and queen Oct. 13 during IU's game against Iowa at Memorial Stadium. IU lost to Iowa, 42-16.

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Sophomore Peyton Ramsey runs the ball for the Hoosiers in overtime against Michigan on Oct. 14, 2017. Ramsey was named the starting quarterback for the 2018 season opener. 

Students Anna Grunewald and Darren Hsu dance as the Snow Queen and the Snow Cavalier on Nov. 28 in the first act of "The Nutcracker". The spring season at the Musical Arts Center has many performances to come.

Juniors Anna Grunewald and Darren Hsu dance "The Rolls of the Snow Queen" and the "Snow Cavalier" in the first act of The Nutcracker. The Nutcracker will be shown Nov. 30 through Dec. 3. 

Juniors Anna Grunewald and Darren Hsu dance the roles of the Snow Queen and the Snow Cavalier. The Nutcracker will be shown Nov. 30 through Dec. 3.

IU Athletics Director Fred Glass wheels the oldest member of 50 Year Varsity Club Donors off the field after an on-field recognition ceremony at the game against Wisconsin on Nov. 4. Glass was appointed athletics director in 2009.

Junior wide receiver Luke Timian is unable to complete a catch at Memorial Stadium on Saturday against No. 9 Wisconsin. IU lost to Wisconsin 45-17 to drop to 3-6 overall, and 0-6 in Big Ten play this season.

Simmie Cobbs Jr catches Richard Lagow's pass for a touchdown in the third quarter. IU lost to Wisconsin, 45-17, to fall to 3-6 (0-6) on the season.

Junior running back Alex Rodriguez runs the ball down the field for IU against Wisconsin on Nov. 4. Rodriguez will transfer from IU before next season. 

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