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FRIDAY, OCT. 21, 2011 IDS INDIANA DAILY STUDENT | IDSNEWS.COM FULL COVERAGE Read our initial coverage of the Oct. 1 Terra Trace apartment building f re online at idsnews.com. Terra Trace fi re alarm problems revealed in BFD report BY CHARLES SCUDDER cscudder@indiana.edu Investigators still do not DEADMAU5 DELIVERSknow the exact cause of an apartment f re that lead to the death of freshman Renee Ohrn , BRUCE CARVER | IDS deadmau5 performs Wednesday at the Bluebird Nightclub to a crowd of approximately 800 fans. The set was an alternative to that night’s rained-out GLOWfest.but the apartment where her body was found had no operable smoke detectors, accor ding to a Bloomington Fire Department DJ performs for packed crowd despite GLOWfest cancelationreport. TIMELINE A resident of unit D9 had re- moved the smoke detector the a new event was in formation.BY KELSEY COLLISI WHAT ABOUT TICKETS? OF TWEETS day before the Oct. 1 f re at Ter- “We had these four artists in this kcollisi@indiana.edu GLOWfest ticket holders can expect THE SERIES OF TWEETS ra Trace apartments “because small town, and we had to come to hear from the tour within the FROM WEDNESDAY’S it had been going of and was up with something quick,” Swan-deadmau5 threw his cigarette coming weeks. More information GLOWFEST CONFUSIONanno ying. ” on the f oor of the Bluebird Night- son said.
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FRIDAY, OCT. 21, 2011 INIDIANA DAILYDSTUDENT| IDSNESWS.COM
FULL COVERAGE Read our initial coverage of the Oct. 1 Terra Trace apartment building fire online atidsnews.com.
Terra Trace fire alarm problems revealed in BFD report
BY CHARLES SCUDDER cscudder@indiana.edu
Investigators still do not know the exact cause of an apartment fire that lead to the death of freshman Renee Ohrn, but the apartment where her body was found had no operable smoke detectors, according to a Bloomington Fire Department report. A resident of unit D9had re-moved the smoke detector the day before the Oct. 1fire at Ter-ra Trace apartments “because it had been going off and was annoying.” “Smoke detectors (or re-mains of) were found in each apartment except apartment D9,” investigator Tim Clappsaid in the report. “(e) D11 detec-tor was not found but had a large amount of damage, and the ceiling had fallen.” e report listed the fire as accidentaland found the area of origin to be near a ceiling light in apartment D8, a floor be-low the apartment where Ohrn was found. e report said apartment D8 was heavily damaged by fire. One wall in the living room and the bathroom had been “mostly destroyed by direct flame.” Near the ceiling light, the fire had burnt a hole through the ceiling and through the floor of the apartment above. Closed doors in the apart-ments kept most of the fire from the bedrooms, but “the bathroom was consumed by the fire.” Clapp said in the report that in an initial inspection on the morning after the fire, he found a padlocked electrical panel with two breakers labeled “fire alarm” in the off position. According to interview notes in the report, a woman who lived on the third floor where Ohrn was found said she pulled the fire alarm, but noth-ing happened and no alarms sounded. One woman said she had seen smoke coming out from be-hind the door of apartment D8. She felt the door and could tell it was hot, so she went to get her boyfriend. As she was leaving, anoth-er boy came and opened the door with a credit card, filling the hallway and staircase with smoke. e woman ran upstairs to get her boyfriendand they escaped through heavy, black smoke. e fire then most likely
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DEADMAU5 DELIVERBRUCE CSARVER |IDS deadmau5 performs Wednesday at the Bluebird Nightclub to a crowd of approximately 800 fans. The set was an alternative to that night’s rained-out GLOWfest.
DJ performs for packed crowd despite GLOWfest cancelation
BY KELSEY COLLISI kcollisi@indiana.edu
deadmau5threw his cigarette on the floor of the Bluebird Night-club’s back room and stomped on it, putting it out. He took another swig of Red Bull. “Why the fuck would you have an outside show in October?” deadmau5 asked rhetorically. A few smokers stepped inside a side door, and a roar of voices fol-lowed them from the alley — “Let us in, let us in.” GLOWfesthad been canceled, about 5,400ticket holders were fu-rious, Twitterwas blowing up and more than 1,500people were lined up around Walnutand Sixth streetsin the freezing rain. “We had a situation where 800are happy and 4.5 thousand are pissed,” GLOWfest Publicistand IU juniorKate Swansonsaid. GLOWfest was a contracted “rain or shine” event. However, with nearly a million dollarsof stage equipment at risk, dead-mau5 pulled the plug, leaving a mere two hoursto come up with a plan B. GLOWfest was out, and
a new event was in formation. “We had these four artists in this small town, and we had to come up with something quick,” Swan-son said. “We considered a lot, but it had to be fast. e Bluebird was open, so that’s what we did.” Swanson said the plan was to wait until about 8 p.m.to publicly announce the new event so peo-ple weren’t waiting for hours in the rain. However, just before 7 p.m.deadmau5 tweeted he was headed to Bloomington’s Bluebird, mistak-enly welcoming “ALL AGES,” which had been the age restrictions for GLOWfest. is meant followers were misinformed about the age of en-trance. ough some waited for nearly two hours, the Bluebird doorman rejected them despite the bargaining attempts of under-21 ticket holders. Bluebird worker Molly Car-rollsaid she got the text at about 8 p.m. saying the club needed ev-eryone to come in immediately. Doors were set to open at 9 p.m.,and they planned to instantly reach maximum capacity.
WHAT ABOUT TICKETS? GLOWfest ticket holders can expect to hear from the tour within the coming weeks. More information can be found on the tour’s website atglowfesttour.com.
“People were stressed,” Carroll said. “Everything was taken out of the freezers, and we cut as much fruit as we could, and then the doors opened.” A security guard was placed at Carroll’s side while people crowd-ed the Bluebird tubs for beer. But when opener Le Castle Vaniatook stage, there were bigger issues for security to handle. “People were hanging from the rafters, crowd surfing and those who had a few too many were having to be carried out,” Carroll said. It was hard to tell the differ-ence between rain-soaked, sweat-soaked and spilled-drink-alcohol-soaked as the crowd was so closely tangled. Fans’ wetness was a mix of all three, brought together by
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BRUCE CARVER |IDS Le Castle Vania opens for deadmau5 on Wednesday at the Bluebird Nightclub. The house DJ was one of three artists to perform that night.
TIMELINEOF TWEETS THE SERIES OF TWEETS FROM WEDNESDAY’S GLOWFEST CONFUSION 4:32 p.m. @GLOWFESTFans unfortu-nately @deadmau5 and his tour-ing party have decided to cancel the show for inclement weather. Refund info coming soon. 6:51 p.m. @DEADMAU5again, im at @thebluebirdbar tonight. ALL AGES. and your glowfest ticket will be good for entry. doors at 9, im on at like 12 ish. party on. 7:25 p.m. @DEADMAU5okay, so now, the doors are at 7pm, and due to indiana liquor laws, its 21 and over. and im on at 10 and no thanks to my now recently fired agent who gave me bad information, i look like a fuckingtool. im so sorry everyone 7:30 p.m. @DEADMAU5OH MY GOD. we just pulled the bus up to a couple thousand amazing fans. im so glad im able to show up and try to make it up to you! :D 7:39 p.m. @DEADMAU5HAHAHA.. my agent is peeing himself right now... lmfao, so i gotta let you know (so that he stops calling my tour manager freaking out) its wasnt him that gave me the all ages info it was the promoter guy from @glowfest 7:43 p.m. @THEBLUEBIRDBAROk folks. Tonight’s @deadmau5 show will be 21+ no exceptions. We will be honoring @GLOWfest tickets first. Doors will open at 9PM. 3:30 a.m. @DEADMAU5bloomington, oh geez... not going to lie, but i need more shows like that in my life... worst sound ever, worse setup ever, BEST CROWD OF ALL TIME. how fucking amazing was that. TOTALLY made up for Blowfest!!! Im motivated to come back, many times.
IU School of Social Work celebrates 100th anniversary
PHOTO COURTESY OF IU ARCHIVES Founded in 1911, the IU School of Social Work celebrates its centennial this year.
BY AMELIA CHONG aychong@indiana.edu
From one person, a desk and a telephone to 8,600living gradu-ates, 1,290current students and 70 full-time faculty members on eight campuses, the IU School of Social Workhas come a long way from its humble beginnings in 1911. Now, 100 years after its creation, the School of Social Work is the old-est of its kind continuously affili-ated with a university in the United States. Many others founded in the early 1900swere begun as training programs associated with nonprof-it agencies, said Katharine Byers,Bloomington bachelors of social work program director. “I think the sustainability of the school shows just how much
there are still people who are will-ing to make $30,000 a year in order for other people to live the best life they can, to put others first,” said Stacy Chattin, a senior and so-cial work majorfocusing on child welfare services. e school will sponsor a se-ries of centennial events Saturdaythrough Mondayin conjunction with its theme of “Celebrating 100 Years of Giving Hope and Changing Lives.” Celebrations began in early 2011with various programs across the eight IU campuses. is month’s events begin with an alumni tour of the Blooming-ton campus and culminate in a conference called “Continu-ing Education: e Past, Pres-ent, and Future of Social Work”
and a gala dinner in downtown Indianapolis. e dinner will be led by keynote speaker James Morris, a former ex-ecutive directorof the United Na-tions World Food Programme. Chattin said she plans to drive to Indianapolis on Monday for the day’s festivities. ”It’ll be fun because I’ll be sur-rounded with people (who are) all passionate about what we do,” she said. According to a press release, the School of Social Work was founded in 1911by Edna Henry, well-known social worker and founder of the Associated Chari-ties of Anderson, Ind.,and Ulysses Grant Weatherly, an IU sociology
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