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Tuesday Rundown: Provost to deliver annual State of the Campus address, Starbucks’ windows broken, IU baseball to play at home, IU to collaborate with Madame Walker Theatre Center



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Provost to deliver annual State of the Campus address Tuesday

IU Provost Lauren Robel will discuss the State of the Campus in an address Tuesday evening in President’s Hall. Andrew Williams Buy Photos

IU-Bloomington Provost Lauren Robel was interrupted by protesters last year while attempting to give her State of the Campus address. Today, she will deliver the 2018 address.  Read more here.


Starbucks’ windows broken, rocks found inside

The Starbucks on Indiana Avenue has boarded up windows after rocks were thrown through the window on Sunday evening. Since surveillance cameras were not working at the time, the Bloomington Police Department has no leads.  Mallory Smith Buy Photos

Someone reportedly threw rocks at the Starbucks on Indiana Avenue early Sunday morning. Read more here.


Five things to expect before IU’s home-opener

Then-sophomore infielder Matt Lloyd, now-junior, runs to third base after his teammate, Tony Butler, hit a grounder to left field during the 2017 season. Lloyd was named a second team All-American on Thursday. Rebecca Mehling Buy Photos

Eleven games have been played for baseball, but the team has yet to play in Bloomington. At 3 p.m. today the Hoosiers will finally play at home. Here’s what to expect. Read more here.


IU to collaborate with Madame Walker Theatre Center

The Madame Walker Theatre Center in Indianapolis will partner with IU Bloomington and IU-Purde University Indianapolis for a preservation and programming project at the center funded by a $15 million grant from the Lilly Endowment. Anita Hardin, interim executive director of the center, said she is excited to have a reliable heating and cooling system and updated technology for the theater. Carley Lanich Buy Photos

A $15 million grant from the Lilly Endowment will go toward restoring the Madame Walker Theatre Center in Indianapolis. Read more here.

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