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Researcher Alfred Kinsey, then-president Herman B Wells and George Corner, from the Carnegie Institute, meet in August 1951. Wells was a strong supporter of Kinsey's controversial research on sexual behavior, and took steps to protect his academic freedom.

Herman B Wells' legacy

Before Herman B Wells took charge of IU, the University was just a small Midwestern college with 11,000 students. By the time he died in 2000, it had become a world-renowned institution with more than 90,000 students on eight campuses.

Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan presents at the unveiling of a new interpretive sign Monday evening at Building and Trades Park.

City officials dedicate labor memorial

Bloomington celebrated Workers’ Memorial Day by dedicating the latest in a series of development efforts to turn Building and Trades Park into a memorial for local workers, particularly those who have been injured or killed on the job.

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Freedom Indiana volunteers, including IU freshman and field organizer Morgan Mohr (far right), hold signs in the Statehouse on Monday. Inside the House of Representatives chamber, the Judiciary Committee was hearing testimony about House Joint Resolution 3, a constitutional amendment reaffirming the state's ban on same-sex marriage.

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Opponents of H.J.R. 3 sit in a Statehouse hallway outside the House chamber during a Monday hearing about the same-sex marriage ban constitutional amendment.

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Jocelyn-Tandy Adande, president of the African American Republican Council of Marion County, watches the House Judiciary Committee hearing about H.J.R. 3. Supporters and opponents of the amendment came to the Statehouse on Monday expecting the committee to vote on the issue, but it was instead put off for an unannoucned later date.

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Shells lie on the ground Sept. 29 at Atterbury Shooting Range. The range is open to members of the public, including participants in the Department of Natural Resources' Hunt, Fish, Eat program.

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Meg Nickless, a master's student in counseling psychology, looks at her target to find where she hit it Sept. 29 at Atterbury Shooting Range during Hunt, Fish, Eat. Participants in the Department of Natural Resources program learned skills necessary to catch and prepare their own food.

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Patrick Ogle loads a gun he is preparing to shoot Sept. 29 at Atterbury Shooting Range. Patrick's father brought him to Hunt, Fish, Eat, which teaches participants how to catch and prepare their own food.

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Conservation Officer Bryan Knoy of the Department of Natural Resources instructs Hunt, Fish, Eat participant Xigang Li on Sept. 29 at Atterbury Shooting Range. Knoy and other DNR staff taught participants how to catch and prepare their own food.

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Meg Nickless, a master's student in counseling psychology, practices shooting Sept. 29 at Atterbury Shooting Range during Hunt, Fish, Eat. Participants in the Department of Natural Resources program learned skills necessary to catch and prepare their own food.

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