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IU's coal-powered central heating plant is shown Jan. 23, 2023, on North Walnut Grove. Project 46 aims to address climate change through regional collaboration.


Barista Delaney Parker works Feb. 28, 2023, at Runcible Spoon on East Sixth Street. She says that her favorite part of working at Runcible Spoon is the sense of community she feels among the employees there.


The Wendell W. Wright Education building is seen Feb. 21, 2023, on North Rose Avenue. The IU School of Education and Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation received a $3.4 million grant on Jan. 27 from the U.S. Department of Education.


Library volunteer Carol McCracken looks through a cart for a book on Feb. 21, 2023, at the Friends of the Library Bookstore on East Kirkwood Avenue. The volunteer team at the library's bookstore recommends "The Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum and any book by Colleen Hoover.


The IU Health Bloomington Hospital is seen Dec. 8, 2022, at 2651 E. Discovery Parkway. According to the CDC, updated COVID-19 boosters better protect against Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 variants.


Juli Thach displays her sign at the AAPI rally on Feb. 4, 2023, in Dunn Meadow. She helped run a table at the event which allowed for those in attendence to create their own signs expressing solidarity with the AAPI community.


Ronnie France holds the door to the Indiana Memorial Union open for protestors Feb. 2, 2023. She spoke at the town hall about her experience as a resident assistant on campus. “The residential housing community on campus has failed (Declan), and has failed so many other people like him.”


Protest cohosts Declan Farley, Noah Thomas and Lexi Sacco lead the march Feb. 2, 2023, past the Indiana Memorial Union on Seventh Street. "The town hall meeting following the march focused on change," Thomas said.


A protest sign sits on the floor Feb. 2, 2023, in the Whittenberger Auditorium. Many at the town hall shared their experiences of feeling unsafe and threatened in their dorms due to their sexuality.

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