The Bloomington Buzz weekly recap for June 3 - June 9. This week on the Buzz we've brought in an extra guest to spice up the end of our rundown. Photo editor and now music critic Matt Begala is unapologetically critical of Kanye West's newest album "Ye."
The IU Center for Rural Engagement is officially up and running, and their Sustaining Hoosier Communities program just finished up its first year in operation.
If you are a dog-lover, or a lover of any type of pet, it's good to know the Bloomington Animal Shelter just finished up a $2.1 million renovation project which has completely revamped their building.
Editor-in-Chief Cameron Drummond came on to briefly talk about some IU Baseball players who have now been selected for the MLB draft.
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