10th Annual Wedding Guide: Make It Your Own

BY JULIE GRAY AND CARMEN SIERING Whether the proposal was a complete surprise or expected, as soon as the decision was made, the planning began on the four weddings featured in our 10th Annual Wedding Guide. The couples made sure their weddings reflected who they are and what they value. Aubrey Wathen and Jordan Hulls’ traditional ceremony was followed by a reception appropriately held in Indiana University’s Henke Hall of Champions. For Megan Tippmann and Ryan Kemp, it was most important that their friends and family have a relaxed, wonderful time. Alexis Fuson and Stefan Coonan live in Chicago, but the IU alums went all-out Hoosier for their big day. Michal Adut and DeJohn Rose had a beautiful, traditional Jewish wedding held in an unorthodox setting […]

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From Despair to Glory: Jordan Hulls Looks Back

BY JUSTIN ALBERS, PHOTO BY SHANNON ZAHNLE When 18-year-old Jordan Hulls arrived on the campus of Indiana University during the summer of 2009, IU men’s basketball had reached the depths of its existence. A program known for on-court excellence and the winner of five national titles, IU had won only six games the previous season. In the wake of a violations scandal, new coach Tom Crean had inherited a mess. Enter Hulls, a Bloomington native and Indiana Mr. Basketball, who had grown up idolizing the Hoosiers. Just as much as Crean, he wanted to see the program restored to the greatness he had seen as a kid. It was never easy, but in the space of just four seasons Hulls, […]

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