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Beyoncé has announced her 2023 tour but, unfortunately, she will not be visiting Bloomington. Tickets will be officially on sale in the middle of February so get ready to fight for a chance to see the Renaissance world tour.

Check out these stories:

(?‍♂️): Indiana men’s and women’s swim and dive tally 14 Big Ten weekly regular season awards

(?): IU professor provides insight into evolution of stars

(?): ‘Ainadamar’ to premiere with the Jacobs School of Music Feb. 3

(?): OPINION: The problem with Bloomington apartments and rising rent  

1 (big story with photo) Graduate workers organize rally in response to some graduate students not receiving health insurance, tuition remission

People gather for the Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition-United Electric Workers rally on Feb. 2, 2023, outside Owen Hall. History graduate students received notice that next year, master's students in history will no longer be considered Student Academic Appointees and will become hourly employees. Michael Claycamp

The Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition-United Electric Workers hosted the rally outside of Owen Hall.

2 (big story with photo) IU students and staff rally for peaceful protest march for LBTQ+ community

Students Ava Roblero and Quinn Sever show off their sign Feb. 2, 2023, outside the Whittenberger Auditorium. The students were representatives of the Inspire LLC and came to the event to support the community as future educators. Sarah Parrish

Declan Farley’s viral TikTok video has 2 million views as of Feb. 2.

3 (big story with photo) IU to host first Bollywood Dance Collegiate Competition

The Bloomington Ki Badtameezi board takes a vote on Jan. 29, 2023, in the Hamilton Lugar Building. The Bloomington Ki Badtameezi, or BKB, is partnering with the IMU Union Board and the Office of International Services to host IU’s first Bollywood Dance Collegiate Competition. Goodman Murphy-Smith

Eight teams from across the nation will compete at the IU Auditorium on April 8.

4 (big story with photo) IU Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology to open in fall 2023

The new IU Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is seen Jan. 14, 2023 The IU Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, located at 416 N. Indiana Ave., is set to open in October 2023 and will contain over five million artifacts for the public to see and interact with.  Sarah Parrish

The IUMAA will feature a multitude of exhibits and resources for students and visitors.

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