Indiana Daily Student

Friday Rundown: Culture of Care, The Florida Project, IUWBB against Michigan State and what causes IU to close campus?

If two snowstorms don't lead IU to close the campus, what does?

Students walk around campus Thursday through the snow and ice that still clings to the ground. Since 1908, IU has only closed campus 12 times. Eight closures were caused by bad weather. Hannah Boufford

Even though below-freezing temperatures and bitter winds hit IU Bloomington this week, it still wasn’t enough to close campus. So what is enough? Read more here.

Culture of Care recruits new members at spring callout meeting

Students Tom Sweeny and Drew Ficociello lead an activity about alcohol consumption and the dangers that come along with it during the callout meeting for Culture of Care. The activity was put in place to help the audience understand what their goals are as a club.   Alex Deryn

Culture of Care at IU focuses on sexual well-being, drug and alcohol awareness, mental health, and respect. Culture of Care President Tom Sweeney said the movement is about creating a safer and happier campus community. Read about it here. 

Golden Globe-nominated "The Florida Project" to screen at I Fell building Saturday

"The Florida Project" is an indie film starring Brooklyn Prince and Willem Dafoe, who is a nominee for the Golden Globes for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture. "The Florida Project" will be screening at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Jan. 20 at the I Fell Building. Movie Stills Database

“The Florida Project,” comes to the I Fell building, at the corner of 4th and Rogers, on Saturday. The movie tells the story of 6-year-old Moonee and her life in a cheap motel in the shadows of Disney World. "The Florida Project" has been nominated for a Golden Globe and 74 others awards, including a BAFTA award and a Screen Actors Guild award. Read here to learn more about showtimes.

Women’s basketball looks to capitalize on second chance against Michigan State

The IU women's basketball team huddles with Coach Teri Moren before facing Southern University. The Hoosiers play at Michigan State on Saturday at 4 p.m. Ty Vinson

When IU and Michigan State first met, the Hoosiers lost by double-digits at home. After improved play from IU in the past four games, the team is prepared for its second battle with the Spartans. Read more here.

Like what you're reading?

Get more award-winning content delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for our Daily Rundown.

Signup today!
Like what you're reading? Support independent, award-winning college journalism on this site. Donate here.

Powered by Solutions by The State News
All Content © 2022 Indiana Daily Student