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Professor Tim Long reflects on how his life went in a "straight line."


Hindsight is 20/20. Looking back it’s easy to see the mistakes and the never agains, but these three people have learned that sometimes looking back isn’t always about the regrets  — it’s how you’ve  grown since then.

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The City of Bloomington’s Parks and Recreation Department and Downtown Bloomington will conduct the annual Fourth of July Parade at 10 a.m. July 4. The City of Bloomington will not host any firework events, but residents can view other displays within the area. Correction: A previous version of this caption misstated the date of the parade.


At left, then-junior guard Maurice Creek handles the ball during IU's 83-62 win against James Madison on March 22, 2013, at the University of Dayton Arena. At right, then-sophomore Remy Abell runs toward the basket against Penn State on Jan. 23, 2013, at Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers won 72-49. Creek and Abell are both playing for Sideline Cancer in this year's The Basketball Tournament.

Art Museum

An Orientation leader tells his group about the IU Art Museum's collection Thursday while they put their feet up against the wall. This was one stop of many included in the Campus Legends Tour for incoming freshman students. Freshman orientation, a 2-day event for future freshman, will be goingon most of the summer. Orientation students live in the dorms, figure out their fall schedules, and get acclimated to campus life.

Kruzan Election

Bloomington resident Nita Levison cheers for Mayoral Primary candidate Mark Kruzan as new results are posted on the white board for the Mayoral Primary Election on May 17, 2011 at the Monroe County Democratic Party Headquarters. Kruzan beat John Hamilton in the Democratic Mayoral Primary.

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