Bob Mucci, left, an Indiana University Northwest professor of anthropology and Anthropology Club adviser, assists former professor and author Ronald Cohen at the Big One-Dollar Book Sale, sponsored by the Anthropology Club. The sale continues from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. today through Thursday.
Indiana University Northwest student Vania Stewart looks for books to help her prepare fore her midterm exam at the Big One-Dollar Book Sale sponsored by the school's Anthropology Club. It's from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. today through Thursday.
Ann Fritz, Indiana University Northwest gallery director, looks through used books at the Big One-Dollar Book Sale sponsored by the school's Anthropology Club. The sale continues from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. today through Thursday.
Josh Wells, Indiana University South Bend assistant professor of anthropology, pointing, helps to lead a group of students Tuesday during the start of a dig at the Bailly Homestead in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
University of Notre Dame Professor Mark Schurr, second from left, gives instructions Tuesday to Notre Dame alumni Carleigh Moore while she surveys for an anthropological dig at the Bailly Homestead in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
University of Notre Dame anthropology Professor Mark Schurr, left, and Notre Dame students Megan Schlitt and Bobby Kevil measure the area around the Bailly Homestead in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore in preparation for a dig there over the next three weeks.
Recent Notre Dame graduate Carleigh Moore, center, helps Indiana University South Bend graduate student Misty Bozman, right, and Notre Dame student Melissa Baldwin, left, with surveying during an anthropological dig at the Bailly Homestead in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore on Tuesday.
Students from Notre Dame and Indiana University South Bend along with volunteers prepare plastic tarps for an anthropological dig at the Bailly Homestead in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore on Tuesday. The dig headed by Notre Dame Professor Mark Schurr will last three weeks with hopes to…
Indiana University South Bend graduate student Misty Bozman, left, and Notre Dame alumni Drew Webster fold a plastic tarp to be used during an archeological dig at the Bailly Homestead in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Notre Dame anthropology Professor Mark Schurr is leading the dig i…
HAMMOND | The identity of the female body buried in the crawl space of a former bait and tackle shop in Robertsdale remains unknown, and no one has been charged with putting her there.
GARY | When Florida's governor recently attacked liberal arts education, a 2007 Indiana University Northwest graduate launched a "noble" response that is gaining momentum.
Hobart resident Sophie Wojihoski, left, and senior Valparaiso University student Roy Miller, III dump and dig through soil while searching for historical artifacts at the Collier Lodge site in Kouts.
Notre Dame summer class student Annie Jordan sifts through pebbles and concrete pieces while looking for historical artifacts at the Collier Lodge site in Kouts.
Rebecca Gibson, of South Bend, sifts through soil for historical artifacts at the Collier Lodge site in Kouts.
Indiana University South Bend assistant professor of Anthropology Josh Wells, left, and student Rebecca Gibson, right, begin to dig at the Collier Lodge site in Kouts.
Chesterton resident Bill Paulus, left, finds a potential piece of an artifact while sifting through soil at the annual Collier Lodge dig site in Kouts. Dozens of university students and volunteers descended on the site for three weeks of digging for historical materials.
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