Indiana Daily Student

Wei Wang


More articles »

camysisterscloset032221-2.jpg

The inside of My Sister's Closet is pictured, consisting of clothing, garments and jewelry. My Sister’s Closet has set up a relocation fund to raise $750,000 before the end of 2022.

phelectionportraits110320_003

Dan Grundmann, 56, poses Nov. 3 outside the University Elementary School polling site in Bloomington. “Our political system has devolved into this very shallow, juvenile, I’d say Madison Avenue-style — but I wouldn’t wanna insult Madison Avenue — campaigning as opposed to substantive, intelligent decision-making,” Grundmann said.

phelectionportraits110320_006

Tanner Branham and Alisah Hilt, both 27, pose Nov. 3 outside the University Elementary School polling location in Bloomington. “Overall, the democratic values of the nation are at stake,” Branham said. “Basically the future of our country and our place in the world, how we work with others, how we relate to other countries,” Hilt said.

phelectionportraits110320_002

Junior Brayden Cortwright poses Nov. 3 outside the University Elementary School polling location in Bloomington. “I just want to have a president who knows what he’s doing and someone who represents my values,” Cortwright said. “Being professional, standing up for everyone, not just a small group that supports you.”

phelectionportraits110320_005

Former nurse Pauline Caldwell, 82, poses Nov. 3 outside University Elementary School. “Part of my family is split,” Caldwell said, “so I vote without talking about it.”

phelectionportraits110320_004

Ian Sons, 38, poses near the parking lot Nov. 3 outside the University Elementary School polling location in Bloomington. “When I vote for people, when I’m thinking about government,” Sons said. “I feel like their responsibility is to care for and protect the people. That’s what guides me, is who do I think is going to help those less fortunate than themselves and who cares enough about our community and each other, to be of service rather than to find a way to elevate their own position.”

reopen screenshot image.png

The Monroe County Community School Corporation Board of School Trustees begins its monthly meeting Tuesday over Zoom. The trustees discussed reopening plans as well as other issues.

More media »


Powered by Solutions by The State News
All Content © 2021 Indiana Daily Student