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Amy Beck helps her son Everett brush his teeth before school. Along with being a birth doula, Beck says one of her passions is being a mom.

The doula

After having her own child, Amy Beck decided to become a birth doula and has worked with over 100 clients since 2009.

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Daniel Sherman, coucil attorney, and Nicole Bolden, city clerk, prepare for the first city council meeting of the year Jan. 11, 2017. The City of Bloomington is launching NextRequest, a new public records management system designed to improve transparency and response time to public records requests.


A person dressed as Krampus with glowing red eyes holds a giant stick Dec. 2, 2017, at the Krampus Rampage and Bazaar. Bloomington’s Annual Krampus Rampage and Bazaar, the largest Krampus event in North America will end 5 p.m. Saturday in downtown Bloomington after a decade, according to a Bloomington Krampus organization press release. 


Chilean composer Juan Orrego-Salas laughs as the Bloomington Orchestra praises him for his piece in 2017. Orrego-Salas founded the Latin American Music Center at IU. 


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Rep. Trey Hollingsworth, R-9th District, tells students to back up political policies with real life experiences. Hollingsworth is running to keep his seat as Indiana’s representative for the 9th District.

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