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Students seeking counseling have reached an all-time high. Does CAPS have the resources to treat them?

Constance Rodenbarger has grappled with mental illness her entire life.

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PLEASE INSERT NAME, Professor Luis Fuentes-Rohwer and INSERT spoke at La Casa Latino Cultural Center on Monday for a discussion entitled Latino Men in Today's Society. The panel explored questions on topics such as what it means to be macho and whether there enough latino rolemodels.

Bloomington resident Genevieve Pritchard bags her groceries at Bloomingfoods Elm Heights on Tuesday. Pritchard said she was surprised to hear that using a resusable bag reportedly influences shoppers' decisions about buying healthy foods. "Maybe at a place like Kroger or Marsh," she said.

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Sandhya Sridhar, a dancer with HoosieRaas, teaches students the tradititional styles of the Indian dance Garba-Raas in the Great Room of the Hutton Honors College. The dance comes from the state of Gujarat, India and variations incorporate the use of wooden sticks called dandiyas. "When I first saw Raas, they said make sure you are moving your head and body with energy," Sridhr told the students. "It's a high-energy dance and that's what captures the audience's attention."

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Sandhya Sridhar, a dancer with HoosieRaas, teaches students the tradititional styles of the Indian dance Garba-Raas in the Great Room of the Hutton Honors College. The dance comes from the state of Gujarat, India and variations incorporate the use of wooden sticks called dandiyas. "When I first saw Raas, they said make sure you are moving your head and body with energy," Sridhr told the students. "It's a high-energy dance and that's what captures the audience's attention."

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James B. May, American Legion Post 18 Adjutant, stokes the fire after a flag retirement ceremony at the Post on Veterans Day. More than 100 American flags were ceremoniously burned during the event. May has helped perform the ceremony for over 20 years.

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American Legion Post 18 Honor Guard members pick up empty bullet casings after performing a 21-gun salute during a flag retirement ceremony. The Veterans Day event involved ceremoniously burning more than 100 worn flags collected from the community.

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Richard Dunbar, commander of American Legion Post 18, speaks during a flag retirement ceremony on Veterans Day. More than 100 worn flags were ceremoniouly burned during the event. “The flag is the number one symbol of patriotism,” Dunbar said. “So many have fought and died in honor of this flag. We don’t want to see them thrown in a dumpster.”

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