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I was ecstatic about the premise of Ryan Murphy’s latest show, “Hollywood.” An alternate history of the highly-glamorized post-war era of film featuring women, gay people and people of color sounds like something right up my alley.
My mom called me recently and told me to wear a mask and gloves when I leave my apartment to prevent possible exposure to COVID-19. I told her to do the same, and what she told me in response was not so much a shock as it was a disappointing keepsake from my upbringing as an Asian American.
I first fell in love with Fiona Apple when I watched the music video for “Criminal” on VH1 when I was an angsty teenage girl. I wanted to be just like the 19-year-old singer lying naked in a bathtub with a man’s feet on her shoulders, confessing, “I’ve been a bad, bad girl.”
IU's meal plans, which are required for all freshmen, will cost $100 more next year, and living in a residence hall will cost 3.8% more. The standard room and board rate will go up 3.5%, with similar increases planned annually for at least four years, adding up to a 15% increase by fall 2023.
It’s the twenties again, and to get into the swing of a new decade we should all listen to more jazz, particularly jazz love songs. Ranging from confessions of love to missing that special someone, the following songs will convince you there’s nothing more sentimental than a saxophone.
Last week, I threatened to never watch the Oscars again if “Parasite” got snubbed. Last night, the Academy heeded my threat and awarded Bong Joon-ho four Oscars, including the Best Picture award for “Parasite.”
Eric Langowski's grandmother was incarcerated in an internment camp for Japanese Americans during World War II. Today, a petition written by Langowski, class of 2018, and IU associate history professor Ellen Wu presses IU to recognize its role in Japanese American exclusion.
Everybody hates the Oscars, and for good reason. Personally, my distaste for Hollywood’s biggest night was born when I watched the Best Picture award for “Moonlight” get mistakenly awarded to “La La Land” in 2017.
Megajeff was a giant ground sloth who roamed the Ohio River Valley during the last Ice Age, but now its 10-foot-long cardboard ghost is the main occupant of the Franklin Hall Commons.
The campus-wide riots following the firing of former IU men’s basketball coach Bob Knight in 2000 are the most infamous protests to take place at IU-Bloomington. However, these protests were not a result of political turmoil.
I’ve always seen myself in Jo March. I think a lot of young women do. The heroine of “Little Women” is an aspiring writer who not only swears she’ll never marry a man but desperately wants to live a man’s life of independence and action. What’s not to admire, even over 150 years after the novel’s first publication?
A memorial stone sits on the front lawn of Bloomington’s Korean United Methodist Church on East Third Street, passed by people who don't know who it's memorializing.
The return of Taylor Swift and the impending release of her seventh studio album “Lover” has fans rejoicing. Read: the sound of white gays screaming “Yas queen!"
“High Life,” the 2018 science fiction horror film directed by Claire Denis, will be screened at 7 p.m. June 13 and 14 at the IU Cinema. Tickets are available online for $4 for students and $7 for non-students.
Maria Bamford performs at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater on May 30. Bamford was Thursday's headliner for the 7th annual Limestone Comedy Festival.
IU Cinema will present a back-to-back screening of “The Matrix” trilogy starting at 1 p.m. June 1 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first film’s release. Tickets for the entire day are available online for $8. Food truck service will be available outside during the 15 minute intermissions between the three films.
Swimsuits in limited sizes are displayed May 22at Urban Outfitters. The obsession with attaining a "beach body" can hurt women's self esteem.
Protesters stand outside around 12 p.m. on May 21 at the Monroe County Courthouse. Discssions around abortion often involve religion.
A protester holds a sign around 12 p.m. on May 21 at the Monroe County Courthouse. "The Handmaid's Tale" is often referenced in abortion discourse.
Protesters stand outside around 12 p.m. on May 21 at the Monroe County Courthouse. A woman holds a sign at the #StopTheBans rally.