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A sign that displays mental health information is posted to a door. Dr. Denise Hayes, the director of Counseling and Psychological Services, said in the past three years, there has been a 15% increase of students coming to CAPS and a 40% increase of students coming in for emergency services.
Task Force Hoosier, a new campus-wide committee focusing on retention and support of military and veteran students, will have its inaugural meeting at 9 a.m. April 19 in Memorial Hall.
Student actors rehearse for the upcoming production of "The Big Meal," an independent play produced by University Players. The actors got into character and practiced their blocking for opening night, which is 7:30 p.m. April 19 in the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center A200.
The 2019 Little 500 season ended with Teter Cycling winning the women's race and Cutters winning the men's race for the second year in a row.
Riders compete in the 2019 women's Little 500 race at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The riders biked 100 laps to the sounds of a raucous, supportive crowd.
Flags wave in the breeze in front of riders competing in the 2019 women's Little 500 race April 12 at the Bill Armstrong Stadium. The riders biked 100 laps to the sounds of a raucous, supportive crowd.
Riders prepare themselves for the upcoming women’s Little 500 race April 12 at Bill Armstrong Stadium. There was a parade of riders from every team before the race began.
Supporters embrace as emotions skyrocketed throughout the stadium. After a hard-fought race, Teter Cycling emerged victorious at the 2019 women's Little 500 race at Bill Armstrong Stadium.
Henry Miller and other student actors prepare themselves on Monday’s dress rehearsal for "Wonderful Town," which opens April 12 at the Ruth N. Halls Theatre. The musical delves into the bright, colorful life of 1950s Greenwich Village, New York.
Harvey, a 6- to 7-year-old “mystery mix,” struts down Kirkwood Avenue with his owners. He’s an attention seeker and professional fetch player, but when a squirrel comes into his yard, he lets it know who’s boss.
City Council at-Large candidates speak to Bloomington residents at an open forum March 25 at the Monroe Public Library Auditorium. The forum, organized by the political action committee Democracy for Monroe County, allowed the candidates to elaborate on their campaign platforms.
Students Christina Colón and Angelica Navarro chant, “There is more that unites us than divides us,” during the Latinx IUnity Walk on March 21. The core message of the walk is to promote inclusiveness of all IU students, as well as unify all Latino communities and organizations on campus.
“Vinegar Tom” opens March 29 at the Wells-Metz Theatre. The play is set in the west country of 17th-century England.
Three new singles from ScHoolboy Q, Anderson .Paak and the Black Keys dropped recently. They showcase the diverse array of talent and styles present in today’s soundscape. Here’s a breakdown of each of them.
Art exhibit “We Paint… the Blues” showcases local art from Feb. 1 to March 29 at The Vault at Gallery Mortgage in downtown Bloomington. All of the artwork follows the theme of “blues,” so every piece reflects this by either its color, emotion or definition.
Twin comedians The Lucas Bros take the stage March 1 at the Comedy Attic in downtown Bloomington. The comedy duo detailed their marijuana usage, showed fondness of Western philosophy and relived memories of their Bobby Brown-loving stepdad to a roaring audience.
Despite the colorful and seemingly-serene atmosphere of “Buoys,” Panda Bear asks listeners to take a prolonged introspective look within themselves and ponder their places in this world we all share.
Bloomington residents William Hosea and Stephanie Power-Carter answer concerned citizens’ questions at the State of the Black Community on Feb. 12 at City Hall. The two were keynote speakers at the presentation, covering topics such as employment, housing and education in relation to the black community in Bloomington.
Local attorney William Morris delivers speech as a keynote speaker at the State of the Black Community on Feb. 12 at City Hall. Morris covered local criminal justice in relation to the black community in Bloomington.
Bloomington resident William Hosea delivers speech as a keynote speaker at the State of the Black Community on Feb. 12 at City Hall. Hosea covered topics such as employment and housing in relation to the black community in Bloomington.