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Kirsten Clark


Story of storing

Hauling all of your belongings back and forth over break is no fun. Check into options for leaving things in storage.

Need a hand?

Every time students need to leave town, they’re stuck with a dilemma — what to do with all that stuff.

Fight the Freshman 15

There’s so much to worry about going into your freshman year: getting lost, making friends, and the dreaded “Freshman 15.” Fortunately, IU makes it easy for students to get fit and stay in shape with its two recreational facilities.

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Clay Aschliman watches as Anytime Fitness trainer Meredith Allyn demonstrates a chest exercise on Jan. 11 at the gym. Aschliman, 27, said his New Year's fitness resolution is to gain size and strength.

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Potential soroity members wait outside Alpha Delta Pi Sunday during the second day of 21 Party, the first official event of women's recruitment. 21 Party allowed women to meet members of each of the 21 Panhellenic Association chapters.

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Potential soroity members wait outside Alpha Delta Pi Sunday during the second day of 21 Party, the first official event of women's recruitment. 21 Party allowed women to meet members of each of the 21 Panhellenic Association chapters.

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Hudson and Holland Scholars Program instructor Carl Darnell speaks about race issues on campus Thursday during a bus ride demonstration in honor of Rosa Parks. The demonstration partly sought to raise awareness of a 2006 Board of Trustees promise to double the number of minority students on campus by the 2013-14 school year.

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Landyachtz Longboards sit on a display rack in Dunn Meadow. Representatives from the Vancouver-based company visited Bloomington on Tuesday to inform students about their business during a promotional tour.

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Freshman Adam Ketzenberger, left, reacts after winning a longboard deck, during a promotion for Landyachtz Longboards on Tuesday in Dunn Meadow. Bloomington was one of the company's stops during its promotional tour.

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A library in the 100-year-old IU Press building houses books printed within the non-profit's 62 years of publishing.

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