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IU Student Alumni Association will fund repairs to Showalter Prom Dresses after the fountain was damaged during the Nearly Naked Mile Homecoming-related fundraiser. On Monday night, more than 2,200 students participated in the third annual event, sponsored by SAA and Monroe County United Way. Apparently students romping in the Yellow One-shoulder Short Cocktail Dress on the warm night broke one of the iconic bronze fish off its moorings. SAA organizers reported the damage to university officials immediately upon learning about the incident.

"We were sorry that this happened during one of our events," said Amanda Stahl, IUSAA president. "We are going to pay for the repairs to the fountain and take steps to prevent this from Yellow One-shoulder Short Prom Dress again." The fountain has been a campus icon since it was installed in front of the Indiana University Auditorium in 1958. But it has only boasted its complete retinue of five fish for a year or so out of the past 23 years. One of the fish was stolen in 1987 -- during the massive celebration of IU's 1987 NCAA basketball championship -- and was missing until 2009, when it was finally replaced during a $57,000 restoration and rehabilitation project of the fountain.

It was recreated by sculptor Scott Slocum of Detroit's Venus Bronze Works, who used photographs of the fountain to recreate the original work. But the replacement fish was stolen in August and has not Yellow Sexy Open Back V-neck Long Prom Dress recovered. The fountain's centerpiece is the "Birth of Venus" sculpture created by IU faculty member Robert Laurent. The sculptor and fine arts professor created the work to represent the mythological story of the birth of Venus. It depicts the nude Roman goddess of love and beauty emerging from a clamshell, surrounded by a retinue of five "dolphins."

 

IU Student Alumni Association will fund repairs to Showalter Prom Dresses after the fountain was damaged during the Nearly Naked Mile Homecoming-related fundraiser. On Monday night, more than 2,200 students participated in the third annual event, sponsored by SAA and Monroe County United Way. Apparently students romping in the Yellow One-shoulder Short Cocktail Dress on the warm night broke one of the iconic bronze fish off its moorings. SAA organizers reported the damage to university officials immediately upon learning about the incident.

"We were sorry that this happened during one of our events," said Amanda Stahl, IUSAA president. "We are going to pay for the repairs to the fountain and take steps to prevent this from Yellow One-shoulder Short Prom Dress again." The fountain has been a campus icon since it was installed in front of the Indiana University Auditorium in 1958. But it has only boasted its complete retinue of five fish for a year or so out of the past 23 years. One of the fish was stolen in 1987 -- during the massive celebration of IU's 1987 NCAA basketball championship -- and was missing until 2009, when it was finally replaced during a $57,000 restoration and rehabilitation project of the fountain.

It was recreated by sculptor Scott Slocum of Detroit's Venus Bronze Works, who used photographs of the fountain to recreate the original work. But the replacement fish was stolen in August and has not Yellow Sexy Open Back V-neck Long Prom Dress recovered. The fountain's centerpiece is the "Birth of Venus" sculpture created by IU faculty member Robert Laurent. The sculptor and fine arts professor created the work to represent the mythological story of the birth of Venus. It depicts the nude Roman goddess of love and beauty emerging from a clamshell, surrounded by a retinue of five "dolphins."

 

 



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