Reilly Wilson

Reilly Wilson is a Junior at Indiana University from Wayzata, Minnesota. She is majoring in Apparel Merchandising with minors in Business and Media & Creative Advertising.



Projects by Reilly Wilson

A Brazilian Pop

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Every Friday from April to October, Bloomington residents and Indiana University students gather at the First United Methodist Church parking lot to enjoy a common interest: food. At Bloomington Food Truck Friday, over 20 different food trucks offer a delicious option for everyone attending, whether it be greasy, healthy, fried, or fresh. Amidst the trucks sponsored by the ever-popular Big Cheese and Chocolate Moose, sits a small popsicle cart manned by a passionate and energetic man with a giant smile. Iuri Santos is the owner of what he calls a “hidden gem,” Rasta Pops.


Mr. Milkshake

Located on 1500 North Jordan is what looks like your typical fraternity house. Inside lives 100 males but also a unique student-oriented business. Two Indiana University Sophomores started their own business after discovering their passion for making milkshakes in Wells Library. Mr. Milkshake offers student’s late night favorite snacks at a fun and convenient location.


A Brazilian Pop

Every Friday from April to October, Bloomington residents and Indiana University students gather at the First United Methodist Church parking lot to enjoy a common interest: food. At Bloomington Food Truck Friday, over 20 different food trucks offer a delicious option for everyone attending, whether it be greasy, healthy, fried, or fresh. Amidst the trucks sponsored by the ever-popular Big Cheese and Chocolate Moose, sits a small popsicle cart manned by a passionate and energetic man with a giant smile. Iuri Santos is the owner of what he calls a “hidden gem”, Rasta Pops.

Iuri Santos is not Bloomington’s typical resident. Santos grew up in Salvador, Bahia, a northern region of Brazil sprinkled with sandy beaches, unique people, and a special culture. He later met his wife, Linda, a born-and-raised Hoosier, while she was studying in Brazil. Love finally brought him to Bloomington in 1998, where they married and had two children. The transition from hot and humid Brazil to the Midwest gave him the inspiration to start his own small business where he could share the unique Brazilian culture and food he loves with Bloomington. Santos shares this sentiment in stating, “Something Bloomington will always be missing is a sunny, hot Brazilian beach, but Rasta Pops allows me to bring a Brazilian beach feel to Bloomington.”

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