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The ghost walkers ended their tour at Showalter Fountain. They covered spirits and different legends at the Indiana Memorial Union, Dunn cemetery and Owen Hall.

Members of the Folklore & Ethnomusicology Student Association held portable lanterns as they walked around campus as a part of the campus Ghost Walk. The tour took about 50 people from 3rd Street to Showalter Fountain and stopped to talk about ghosts at different places on campus. 

The ghost walk began at around 8 p.m. Tuesday night. About 50 people trekked around campus for the tour.

In the Tudor Room, junior Adriane Pontecorvo talked about Jacob, the spirit of the formal dining room at the Ghost Tour Tuesday night. Like any kid, when Jacob is upset, he knocks the chairs over and messes up the room, she said. 

LaCroix may be the most popular sparkling water in the United States, but it has stiff competition. 

Tanya Saxena performs her first of three dances in the Global and International Studies Building on Tuesday. The style of dance is traditional Indian Bharatnatyam.

More than 50 people in the Global and International Studies Building atrium watch the traditional Bharatnatyam dance on Tuesday. Tanya Saxena performed for more than an hour. 

Tayna Saxena's dance in the Global and International Studies Building on Tuesday included complex hand motions and foot work. Traditionally, Bharatanatyam performances tells stories from Hindu texts. 

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