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Thursday Rundown: Campus crows, World Hijab Day, IUWT freshman adjusts to college play, opera to open at the MAC

Campus crows leave messy sidewalks

Crows migrate to urban areas in the winter to take advantage of the slightly warmer temperatures. The birds roost in large numbers to learn from others where the best feeding areas are.  Peter Talbot

Crows visiting Bloomington each year leave behind messy sidewalks and cars desperately in need of a wash. Read more here. 


World Hijab Day celebrates culture, encourages questions

Sophomore Sarah Kawamleh

Today is World Hijab Day. We spoke with students and faculty at IU about what the day means for them. Read more here.


Bozovic adjusting well to collegiate tennis

Then-freshman Andjelija “Jelly” Bozovic celebrates after winning a point during one of her singles matches against the University of Cincinnati. Sam House

Freshman tennis player Andjelija "Jelly" Bozovic has gotten off to a hot start to begin her collegiate career. She attributes her success to her teammates and coaches — when her confidence wasn’t there, the team was.  Read more here.


IU Opera Theater to bring opera within an opera to its stage

The opera "Ariadne Auf Naxos" will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 2 and 3 in the Musical Arts Center. "Ariadne Auf Naxos" which roughly translates to Ariadne, a daughter of Minos in Greek mythology, on the island of Naxos, was written by Richard Strauss and is sung in German.  Ty Vinson

A comedy troupe and opera cast will clash on the Musical Arts Center stage in the opera-within-an-opera, “Ariadne auf Naxos.” Read more here.

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