Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of Indiana Daily Student's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
231 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
The 812 telephone area code is running low on available numbers, requiring change in the near future
Two were killed and three injured in a plane crash in South Bend Sunday.
On Wednesday afternoon, Senator Dan Coats met with local business leaders at Chapman's Restaurant in Bloomington.
Bob Knight will make a long-awaited return to Bloomington next week to sign his new book, "The Power of Negative Thinking."
Because of a $20,000 grant from a private foundation, the market is
offering to double the worth of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program food stamps when exchanged for Market Bucks.
In the race’s fifth hour, multiple explosions near the
finish line at Monday’s Boston Marathon killed at least three and injured dozens.
The Monroe County Public Library held an event for children to help the community celebrate Earth Day.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller awarded the Attorney General’s Cup
on Monday to the Steven Douglas Law Office, recognizing its
contributions to the March Against Hunger food drive.
Rinpoche, the director of Bloomington’s Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist
Cultural Center and Kumbum Chimtse Ling Temple, was the first Tibetan
lama to lead prayer on the Senate floor before commencing business.
Mayor Mark Kruzan announced Bloomington will be recognizing Be Kind to
Animals Week starting Sunday, along with the American Humane Association
which has celebrated it every year since 1915.
The City of Bloomington Historic Preservation Commission and the Monroe
County Historic Preservation Board of Review are partnering up to
celebrate Historic Preservation Month.
Hoosier Hills Food Bank will be collecting food for their largest food
drive of the year on Saturday, May 11. Stamp Out Hunger is sponsored
annually by the Hoosier Hills Food Bank as well as the National
Association of Letter Carriers Branch 828.
On Monday, May 20 at 7 p.m. Shadi Alkattan will give a presentation on
the prospect for peace in war-torn Syria sponsored by the Bloomington
Peace Action Coalition.
Bryan Park Pool, which is located south of campus on Woodlawn Avenue,
will open on May 25 and run through September 2. It will be open from 11
a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
On Monday, June 12, the Monroe County Public Library’s Bloomington
branch will host a discussion-based class entitled “Finding Female
Ancestors” the genealogy of women.
The City of Bloomington’s Department of Economic and Sustainable
Development has announced that it will accept applications for its
Sustainability Partnership Grant Program. Deadline is July 1.
As Bloomington residents prepare for their July Fourth activities, the
traditional fireworks display will not be take place at the Monroe
County Fairgrounds this year.
Paynetown State Recreation Area at Monroe Lake will transform the
present into the past July 12-14 during the lake’s annual Heritage Days.
Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department’s Drool in the Pool event
will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Aug. 14 and 15 in partnership with White River
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among Indiana residents
ages 15 to 54.