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Mallorey Daunhauer

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The U-Haul truck that crashed into Evil by the Needle is towed from the scene Sunday night. Two people were in the building at the time of the crash and are receiving medical attention for injuries, according to the owner of Evil by the Needle's daughter Kian Rio.


A moving image portrait appears Saturday at "The People of IU – Moving Image Portraits and the Public Screen" exhibit at the Cook Center Grand Hall. The exhibit will feature the 16-millimeter film work of students in the Production of Criticism course this spring.


Senior Jaclyn Ferguson poses for a photo Sunday on campus. Ferguson is graduating with a major in journalism, a minor in African-American African diaspora studies and a certificate in political and civil engagement. 


Attendees of a vigil in honor of those killed April 15 at the FedEx Groud shooting in Plainfield, Indiana, hold signs Saturday at Krannert Park in Indianapolis. "You are missed,” and “No guns, no violence,” the signs read.

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