COLLEGE DRIVERS COLLIDE -- A car accident Monday evening involving two IU students resulted in severe injuries to one. At the intersection of College Mall Road and Second Street, Micalah Miller, 20, and Joshua Freeman, 17, collided as Miller turned northwest onto College Mall. Reports say both vehicles were traveling at about 30 miles per hour. Bloomington Hospital treated Freeman after the accident for injuries to his right knee, head, neck and back.
Tuesday evening a group of photography enthusiasts were treated to a 'work-in-progress' view of IU professor and former National Geographic magazine staff photographer Steve Raymer's most recent work on the Indian Diaspora.
The Windfall dancers presented their annual spring dance production Saturday night, titled "Elements." The production featured the dancers' interpretations of natural occurrences through dance. Windfall is a modern dance collective originally formed in 1978 under the direction of Debbie Knapp. The Windfall dancers perform at different venues all year and hold auditions regularly. This dance company is different than others in that all members have the unique opportunity to choreograph their own pieces and choose dancers to perform them.
Members of the Filipino Student Association perform Binasuan, a celebratory dance from the Pangasinan province of Bayambang, on Saturday, April 7, 2007 in the IU Auditorium. The performance was a part of the Asian American Association's 14th annual Taste of Asia.
Pictures and decorations line the walls in a Gamma Phi Beta room. Sorority members often have double rooms to decorate as they wish, but sleep in "cold dorms" - large spaces that are usually located on the top floor of a house used only for sleeping.