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Sarah Boyum


Ariel Durell, a senior majoring in Buisness Management, cooks eggs, bacon and a breakfast smoothie to start her day on Nov. 16, 2013. Rather than a small breakfast of cereal, Durell cooks a large meal like this 4-5 times a week before class, or when she has company over. "Cooking is my hobby. Cooking for people becomes an event for me."

Morning fuel

It’s the most important meal of the day, supposedly, but fitting in a complete, balanced meal before running to catch the bus can be hard. IU students rely on a range of breakfasts to jumpstart their day and sustain them until lunch, and here are some favorites.

Rachel Hoopingarner and her fiancé Tyler Roach got engaged in November, and the couple has been planning the wedding as Rachel finishes her senior year at IU.

After class

What do a Little 500 rider, an I-Core student, a wedding planner, a musician, and a bachelor of fine arts candidate have in common? They're all juggling the different hats of life.

Rachel Hoopingarner and her fiancé Tyler Roach got engaged in November, and the couple has been planning the wedding as Rachel finishes her senior year at IU.

After class

What do a Little 500 rider, an I-Core student, a wedding planner, a musician, and a bachelor of fine arts candidate have in common? They're all juggling the different hats of life.

What has nerves got to do with it?

Nervousness. It's a universal emotion, but we all have own way of showing it ­— like biting our nails, having sweaty palms, or fidgeting. Students share their own nervous habits and how to get help if you're trying to stop your own.  

Bloomington resident Falyn Owens examines drawings by Dutch artist Miek van Dongan on Friday in the Grunwald Gallery of Art. The images are part of the exhibit "Media Life," which includes projected digital artwork.

Grunwald showcases new art

The exhibits, “Axe of Vengeance” and “Media Life,” opened at Grunwald Gallery Friday Aug. 24. Both exhibits will be displayed until Sept. 15.

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caMars

IU male students listen to a training session focused on the response and prevention of rape and sexual assault Monday, Mar. 3, 2014 at Sigma Phi Epsilon, put on by the Interfraternity Council Men Against Rape and Sexual Assault Program (IFC MARS). "At IU, we have a culture where people go hard from Thursday through Saturday. Sometimes things can get ugly... and we do things we regret," said Sean Ndebele IFC Vice President of Membership Development.

First-generation students

First-generation college student senior Juan Cano works three jobs, including one at IU Admissions, to pay for his school expenses and help support his familiy.

Morning fuel

FROZEN BLUEBERRY WAFFLES. Kyle Overway, IU track and cross-country runner, usually has a quick bagel early in the morning during weekdays but enjoys a bigger breakfast on weekend, and made waffles smothered with syrup, a yogurt, and a large glass of milk.

Morning Fuel

GREEK YOGURT WITH HONEY AND BRAZIL NUTS. Kathryn Lehman, second-year graduate student, admits she's "kinda addicted to Greek yogurt with honey." She adds Brazil nuts from Riberalta, Bolivia, in the Amazon that she chops up hearself.

Morning Fuel

SOUP, NOODLES, TOFU, AND EGGS. Sophomore in journalism, Xujun Wang, loves cooking and making traditional Chinese food. She learned from her mother, but whenever she visits, she never cooks because she says her mother's is better than hers.

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