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Stephanie Kuzydym


This is where all of the Indiana Daily Student's coverage of the 2016 Little 500 races will live. The IDS will be adding more content as the season goes on, so continue to check here for continued coverage. 

The biggest little race

Each spring, hundreds of students turn into athletes in the largest collegiate cycling race in the country, and the biggest intramural event at IU, when they ride in the Little 500.

Students compete in IU's Little 500 race every year to raise money for working student scholarships.

The biggest little race

Each spring, hundreds of students turn into athletes in the largest collegiate cycling race in the country and the biggest intramural event at IU when they ride in the Little 500.

Alpha Delta Pi fans cheer on their riders during Little 500 Qualifications at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Alpha Delta Pi qualified 22nd with a time of 3:04:08.

Little 500 full of tradition, history

To the students of Indiana University, it’s not just a bike race. It’s the Little 500.
Each spring, hundreds of students turn into athletes in the largest collegiate cycling race in the country and the biggest intramural event at IU when they ride in the Little 500.

Clayton Anderson is a singer-songwriter from Bedford, Ind. His debut record is titled Torn Jeans and Tailgates.

Small-town Indiana country star Clayton Anderson wrestles with fame

Clayton Anderson isn’t a household name, though he is a regular at Bloomington’s Bluebird Nightclub. Clayton and his band will perform at the Bluebird on Friday, two days after releasing a new single.

The 2005 IU graduate is known by high school teachers and family friends in Bedford, Ind., and some Hoosiers at IU.

They know Clayton as the genuinely-smiling country crooner with a deep southern drawl. He’s the grandson who still drives five hours home for his grandmother’s birthday party and the small-town guy who sings about Muscadine wine. But he’s also the one, they whisper, on the cusp of making it.

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Soccer

Freshman forward Eriq Zavaleta kicks the ball as senior midfielder Alec Purdie runs up behind him Oct. 5 in IU's 3-2 loss to Lousiville at Bill Armstrong Stadium.

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