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Murder, romance and doo-wop. For the past few weeks, the IU Theatre Department has been hard at work performing “Little Shop of Horrors”as part of its IU Summer Theatre programming.
A screen usually reserved for the high points of cinema will instead be filled with cat videos at 4 p.m. this Saturday at IU Cinema for "CatVideoFest 2019."
This weekend at Windrunner Dance Studio, Monroe County Civic Theater is kicking off its 30th season with Shakespeare's “Twelfth Night.” The show features an ensemble cast and a set hand-painted by Roy Sillings who also plays Malvolio.
This weekend, IU Cinema will be showing the Academy Award-winning film “War and Peace.” The show starts at noon Saturday with $4 admission.
A recent study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that, surprising to no one, a sedentary lifestyle is detrimental to health.
College is an expensive time to be alive for many students. With textbook rentals, tuition, meal plans and more, coming to school is a pricey ordeal. Consequently, it is easy to spend excess money on alcohol, video games or food. And without parental pressure, thoughts of savings and fiscal responsibility go by the wayside.
However, the time to start educating yourself on smart investing and managing the risks associated with choosing stocks is now.
In a recent move to increase safety in the downtown community, the Bloomington Police Department has increased its presence in Peoples Park and instituted a zero-tolerance policy for drugs, alcohol and violence. Hiring new cadets and redoubling their efforts to corral crime downtown, BPD is also investing in new security cameras and trimmed hedges to help deter crime in the first place. Given the sizable homeless population in the Bloomington community, these kinds of measures are all the more important. With Kirkwood perceived as an affluent area, displays of public violence hurt Bloomington’s image, as well as IU’s.
In a recent announcement, the White House announced its plan to make good on one of Trump’s campaign promises — lowering the corporate tax rate. The question remains if Trump has the political acumen to get this proposal passed. It will likely be many months before the House and Senate are able to actually agree on and pass a bill, but the proposal in and of itself has dangerous implications for our country.
For some college students, there are three integral parts of day-to-day life: partying, sleeping and Netflix. It seems that when it comes to free time, these are the three big forces vying for attention. According to techinfographics.com, 68 percent of students binge-watch Netflix. Sixty percent of students nationally drank in the past month, according to niaaa.gov. While this does not mean they were partying, it is related.
In the past two decades, air travel has changed drastically. Sept. 11, 2001 forever changed how Americans think about air travel and the amount of security they must undergo. Additionally, surging prices and hidden fees have had their impact.
Everyone has their favorite charitable cause. Be it donating to improve literacy, donating to raise breast cancer awareness or pouring ice water on yourself for a good cause. But are all charities equal?
Recently YouTube has been swamped with controversy over a new filtering feature. Creating a restricted mode, the web streaming service was hoping to provide content for schools and more educational purposes.
At last, the moment we’ve been waiting for. The Republicans have finally released their proposal for how they intend to revamp former President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare.” The bill features federal insurance subsidies and tax credits which, on first glance, might make it seem like Republicans finally have a working solution.
Within some communities of men, theories have developed regarding “alpha” and “beta” males. In this system, it’s desirable to be alpha. You assert your dominance over other people, often by being rude or aggressive.
College students are a diverse group of people from an assortment of backgrounds. However, there are a few topics that can easily unite us. From the simplicity of alcohol or free pizza, to the sweeping relief of class being canceled, certain concepts can bring us together. One striking example of this is tuition.
I’ve written recently about Russia’s state in the world as well as the strain in the United States’ relations with them.
With the results of the United States presidential election about to take effect, it can be easy to focus on the future of American politics. However, it’s not just the U.S. that’s facing significant political change.
When it comes to
uncommon characteristics, “It’s in my genes” is the classic explanation for everything from weight gain to sexuality.
Last week, Twitter was, as usual, a hubbub of political controversy.
Given the death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, I decided to read up on him. I expected to find his life built on the ambition to become a power-hungry autocrat, but what I found was