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On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Kaitlin Edquist about her story "The artist's memories."
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Cameron Drummond about IU men's basketball as they try to make the NCAA tournament.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines. They also speak with Jared Kelly about IU softball's longest undefeated streak in program history at 14-0.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and with Christine Stephenson about a Purdue student who walked nearly 100 miles to IU in honor of Purdue's Tyler Trent.
Anonymous homophobic comments were posted Monday night and Tuesday morning on Greekrank.com, a popular website for colleges’ and universities’ greek communities.
Freshman Deisdy Rodriguez, left, protests Tuesday morning against President Trump's national emergency declaration. The Sample Gates protest called for people to organize against the declaration.
After President Trump declared a national emergency Friday to fund construction of a wall along the U.S. southern border, several Bloomington groups organized a protest against the wall Tuesday at Sample Gates.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and with Peter Talbot about Bear the squirrel.
Three greek chapters were suspended by its respective governing body or the university last semester.
After finding widespread mold in McNutt and Foster Quads, IU announced it would be closing both residence halls for the 2019-20 school year.
A mural hangs in the lobby of Bloomington Playwrights Project. The building is located at 107 W. Ninth St.
Campus Craves founders Brayden Sammons and Hunter Haines pose behind the counter. The two of them started planning the store their senior year of high school.
Campus Craves has more than a dozen ice cream flavors, along with many cone choices. Founders Brayden Sammons and Hunter Haines skipped their last day of high school to pitch the business idea.
Campus Craves opens at 3 p.m. this Friday, Oct. 26. The store is located near the corner of Seventh and Walnut streets.