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Celebrate Limestone Month with five must-see campus carvings

Jun 21, 2018

June is Limestone Month in southern Indiana, so what better time to honor this architectural staple of Indiana University’s Bloomington campus. The schools, residence halls and administrative buildings are passed hundreds of times a day, but many of their unique carvings can go unnoticed. Here are a few to look out for that embody the beauty of the IU’s campus.

Goodbody duck

Bacterium, fruit flies, mushroom, corn, mouse and a single cell paramecium

Owls, owls and more owls

Veritas Filia Temporis

Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center courtyard

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Grace Stryker

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