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Alejandra Villarreal Martinez poses for a photo March 3 in front of the Bess Meshulam Simon Music Library and Recital Center. She is a fourth-year doctoral student at the Jacobs School of Music.

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Chrisjaan Smith poses for a headshot March 3 in front of the Psychology Building. “Before I started my management group, I was an artist myself, and the first song I ever released was called 'Psychology,'" Smith said. " I feel like I thrive in business because of what I learned in psychology,” Smith said.


Assistant professor of computer science, Luyi Xing, poses for a headshot March 2 in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering. The $30,000 Xing was awarded as part of Facebook’s Bug Bounty program will go toward supporting Ph.D. students in security and privacy research.


A sign listing undergraduate programs, including the Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives, stands Feb. 19 in Hodge Hall. KODI's mission is to offer support for underrepresented minority students as well as a place for them to feel welcomed and supported at school.


Senior Alexandria Ford is crowned Miss Indiana University at the Miss Indiana University Scholarship Competition on Feb. 16 in Wilkie Auditorium. Along with a scholarship and prize package, Ford will go on to compete for the title of Miss Indiana this summer.


Director Jeanie Finlay introduces her film "Seahorse" at a screening Feb. 12 at the IU Cinema. The documentary follows the journey of gay transgender man, Freddy McConnell, through his pregnancy and the birth of his child.


Marietta Simpson rudy professor of voice for the Jacobs School of Music reacts to the unveiling of the new portrait of world-renowned opera singer Camilla Williams Feb. 5 in the Indiana Memorial Union East Lounge. Williams became the first African American faculty member in the voice department at IU in 1977, and she retired in 1997.

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Abigail Baker, the philanthropy chair for Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority, stands Feb. 4 in Franklin Hall. She is preparing for the 2020 Indiana University Polar Plunge on Feb. 22.


Freshman Ila Das sits Feb. 4 in Wells Library. She was one of the IU students who traveled to Iowa by bus to canvass for the Bernie Sanders campaign Feb. 2.


A stack of name tags used for sorority recruitment sits on a table Jan. 15 at Forest Residence Quad. Every name tag included the preferred pronouns of each potential new member.

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