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Weston Kilgore


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People add to sculptures at the IU Ceramics Guild tent during First Thursdays on Sept. 1 at the Fine Arts Plaza. Many booths had interactive activities for students as well as community members.

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A festival volunteer walks through the crowd collecting tips for the performers Aug. 27. Crowd members continuously donated to the performers throughout the night.

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Pridefest attendees stand in line for popsicles Aug. 27. Some people wore their respective flags as capes, while many others had clothing items or accessories that were rainbow colored.

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Drag artist Lavendar Rose performs on stage Aug. 27. Most of the artists went with a traditional drag show performance of dancing to an upbeat song, but Rose took a more avant-garde approach as they danced to a slower, instrumental song.

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Performers dance on stage at the end of one of Pridefest's drag shows Aug. 27, 2022, on Kirkwood Avenue. This was the ninth Pridefest organized by Bloomington PRIDE.

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Students march at an Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition-United Electrical Workers rally April 14, 2022, around Ballantine Hall's courtyard. The Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition-United Electrical Workers condemns new contract for student academic appointees.

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