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Bloomington is full of places to buy furnishings for your new house or apartment. Whether you’re in the market for a bed, a kitchen table or random knickknacks to decorate with, these are some of the places that can help you turn your new living space into a home.
Bloomington has enough options to fit every student’s moving needs.
Bloomington is full of places to acquire furnishings for your new house
You’re getting ready to leave town for the summer. But what do you do with all that stuff?
Every time students need to leave town, they’re stuck with a dilemma — what to do with all that stuff.
In high school, you were always there to bail your
students out. Now they’re away from home and have to figure out
solutions on their own.
There’s so much to worry about going into your freshman year: getting lost, making friends, and the dreaded “Freshman 15.” Fortunately, IU makes it easy for students to get fit and stay in shape with its two recreational facilities.
A suspect in a Wisconsin homicide case shot and killed himself Tuesday
night after he was located by Bloomington police while riding a bicycle
on the B-Line Trail.
It was the day after Thanksgiving break when freshman Mason Reiter and
the rest of his Zeta Beta Tau pledge class received news of the sexual
The University’s first international student from outside North America was a Japanese man named Takekuma Okada, class of 1891.
Three men facing preliminary charges of armed robbery appeared in court Monday for an initial hearing.
A woman reported Friday evening that she might
have been raped after a male entered a sexual encounter between herself
and a female acquaintance.
BHSS group Students Advocating for a Greener Environment, also known
as S.A.G.E., has been collecting used prom wear in the name of
Late professor of political science and Nobel Laureate Elinor Ostrom and her husband Vincent, a distinguished IU scholar, left many contributions behind in their passing.
A resident of Varsity Villas was arrested during the early morning hours
Saturday after allegedly threatening his neighbors with a shotgun for
playing their music too loudly.
A group of three men reportedly jumped a Stadium Crossing resident Sunday evening, stealing the car at gunpoint.
A woman reported a possible rape Wednesday morning after she returned to
the residence of a man she did not know following a night out at the
Cases illustrate an inefficiency in current law of defining synthetic drug uses.
A female reported a sexual assault at about 2:45 a.m. Thursday, Bloomington Police Department Lt. Steve Kellams said.
Hypodermic needles and rotting food covered the floor of a hotel room in
which Bloomington police officers found a man and his 3-year-old son