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The stage at Nightmoves is seen Jan. 23, 2020. Onstage, the dancers put on a show, but inside the dressing rooms, the women are free to drop their act and be their authentic selves.

A Thousand Wishes

A Bloomington exotic dancer, Emily Baker, shares her struggle with opioid addiction, mental health issues and family hardships.

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IU students and visitors take free hot air balloon rides Sept. 14, 2023, above Dunn Meadow. The event is sponsored by the Indiana Memorial Union and the annual Lotus World Music and Arts Festival, which kicks off Sept. 29.


The University Collections will debut the “Unity in Variety: The Works of Morton C. Bradley, Jr.” exhibition of geometric sculptures at 5 p.m. Oct. 21, 2022, at the McCalla Gallery, located at the corner of Ninth Street and Indiana Avenue. Each of the sculptures — multicolored, complex works made from metal, wood and paper — were created using a mathematical equation.


John McCarthy, former Medicaid director of both Ohio and Washington D.C., speaks during the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs's virtual seminar, “Health Equity in a Post-Pandemic World," on Nov. 17, 2021. McCarthy and other panelists focused on the role of Medicaid because of social inequities highlighted by the pandemic.


An "‘I’m Here’" card hangs on a door on Nov. 15, 2021, at a dorm room in Wilkie Quad. Students staying on campus for Thanksgiving should tape signs to their doors to alert maintenance that they are inside.


Counseling and Psychological Services counselors Sierra Schaidle and Melissa Anderson speak with psychologist Kat Hayes during a self-care event Nov. 10, 2021, in the Tudor Room at the Indiana Memorial Union. The event was led by IU’s Center of Excellence for Women and Technology as part of its Empowerment Series.

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