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Monday Rundown: New peer mentor program for LGBTQ+ students, Buskirk-Chumley film series begins, IU baseball loses head coach, Video games to enjoy in residence halls

New peer mentor program for LGBTQ+ students set to begin in fall


The LGBTQ+ Culture Center is located at 705 E. 7th St. across the street from Dunn Meadow and the Indiana Memorial Union.


The program stands out by allowing freshman students to choose their level of involvement with their mentor. Read more here.



Buskirk-Chumley begins Dance Moves and Movies series 


Dance instructor Mary Sue Hosey leads participants in a bow after teaching them dance moves Friday, June 22, in the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. Hosey teaches at The Dance Center, which is located at 223 S. Pete Ellis Dr. #14 in Bloomington.   Matt Begala


The Buskirk-Chumley Theater began its summer film series on June 22 with a dance lesson and a screening of 'Happy Feet.'  Read more here.


IU baseball coach Chris Lemonis to leave program for Mississippi State


IU head coach Chris Lemonis monitors practice at Bart Kaufman Field. It was announced Monday that Lemonis will be the next head coach at Mississippi State. 


After taking over as IU’s head coach in 2015, Lemonis will reportedly leave IU for Mississippi State. Read more here.

Orienter New Student Guide: Top social video games for the residence hall


Orienter 2018


Video games are great for socializing and making friends while living in a residence hall. Read more here.

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