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Tyler Benson, a senior studying sports management, pours another round of green beer for Jodie Gipson, a junior studying retail merchandising at The Crystal Bar on Green Beer Day.
The student panel responds to an audience question during "Speed-Faithing," a Campus Conversation on faith in the Baker University Center Ballroom on Feb. 24.
Paleontologist and evolutionary biologist Neil Shubin presents Monday his research on the tiktaalik, an extinct fish with transitional characteristics that connect it to early amphibians at the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.
City Council President Chris Knisely presides over the meeting in the Council Chambers in the city building Nov. 23. (FILE)
Hannah Pemberton, a freshman studying playwriting, displays a pair of Keds inspired by Taylor Swift's "1989" tour. The shoes used to have a Taylor Swift charm attached to the eyelets.
Hannah Pemberton, a freshman studying playwriting, poses for a portrait with part of her Taylor Swift memorabilia collection. The collection includes a life-sized portrait Pemberton painted of Swift.
Camry Carey, a junior studying criminology sociology, and Pres Seymore, a sophomore studying music, discuss intersectionality in the black and LGBT communities on the Rainbow Room, a radio show about LGBT issues, on Feb. 15.
Custodians Adam Canter, Chris Berry and Tammy Vickers clean up debris in Dougan Hall after a pipe froze and burst Sunday.
Erika Williams, a senior studying English, performs the dialogue "Then We Were Jumping" from The Vagina Monologues during rehearsal on Feb. 8.
"It was a men's basketball game. It was fun, but we lost. It was against Akron and the refs were awful. In the second half, I was pissed."
"I went to one football game freshman year, I left at halftime, it was pretty baller. Afterwards, I headed out to the bars."
"The last one I went to was a volleyball game. It was lit. My friend plays for the team and she's really good. I had fun."
"Hockey — hockey is my favorite sport. We won, I think 6-0. I had a good time."
"Men's basketball, we left with two minutes to go because we were losing and didn't want to watch the rest."
Reverend Karl Stevens preaches the sermon at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd during a morning service on February 7, 2016.
Connor Smeck, 8, of Blacklick, Ohio, attempts to make shadow puppets on the wall of Baker Ballroom during the Sibs Weekend Glo Party on Feb. 7, 2015. (FILE)
At-large representative Pat McGee asks a clarifying question at the Athens City Council Meeting on Jan. 25.
Miranda Stepka, a sophomore studying exercise physiology carries platform sergeant Rebecca Drakulic, a junior studying criminology, during a drill called Buddy Team Carry during Physical Training at 6 a.m. at Walter Fieldhouse on Jan. 29.