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Mallory Smith


Students Luis Gonzalez and Kayla Hardegre stamp students' scavenger hunt papers for IU Day in 2018 at a booth in front of the Indiana Memorial Union. Students could also get their pictures taken with a giant letter "U."


Rebecca Baumann holds up a piece of latex with words printed on it from the book "Lay Text" in 2018. A $10.9 million grant through the IU Foundation from Lilly Endowment Inc. will be used to support renovations to the Lilly Library.


Kyle Billman shows the hydroponics system he has set up for his tomato plants Feb. 6 in Goldleaf Hydroponics Indoor Garden Supply. A container with the water flows into the containers with the plants, giving them the nutrients they need.

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Kyle Billman holds up a pan of basil plants growing in water Feb. 6 in Goldleaf Hydroponics Indoor Garden Supply. The basil plants are one of many different varieties Billman has in his store. 


Shauntell Harris and Clara Valentine talk about why they want to become teachers. Both students are education majors who are part of the Inspire Living-Learning Center, a community at IU for future teachers.


Christopher Ellis acts as the Creature in the Cardinal Stage's production of "Frankenstein" in 2017. “For Your Consideration: A Showcase of Scenes and Songs” will present selections Feb. 4 and 5 from pieces that may be produced as part of Cardinal Stage’s 2019-2020 season.

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