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I’m always the go-to practice dummy for lifts and tricks in dance rehearsal. Growing up, the other kids always wanted to pick me up because I was light and huggable. And if you think I have any option but the back middle seat in a full car ride, you’re wrong.
Designer Rachel Zoe once said that style is a way to say who you are without having to speak. The legendary New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham said that fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life. Creative Ambassador-At-Large for Barneys New York Simon Doonan argues that the only real fashion crime is conformity. IU students shared what their personal style means to them, and what they walk out the door in each day to feel like themselves.
Thirteen talented freshmen will appear on stage this fall as the IU Musical Theatre BFA class of 2020, which was selected by the department’s staff from a pool of over 200 applicants last spring.
Behind every costume, character and fantasy world is the mind that creates it. Or, in this case, recreates it. IU junior and fashion design major Elana Fiorini pulls us into the world of fantasy and fiction, forming real life replicas through cosplay.
Tapping its way down the stage, “42nd Street” brought classic Broadway flair to the IU Auditorium last night, with big horns, chorus girls, love affairs and
giant dance numbers.
By Lauren Saxe
From the end of “Boy Meets World” to “Star Wars: Episode VII,” Weekend celebrates the millennium’s 16th birthday with our highlights from each year so far.
It was just an ordinary night.
“I believe in endings that should suggest our stories always continue.” —Lauren Oliver
The fall semester is more or less a continual celebration — Halloween in October, Thanksgiving in November and an abundance of holidays celebrated in December.
Tick. Tick. Tick.
“You can never understand one language until you understand at least two.”
As my weeks abroad tick by faster and faster, this weekend I killed two birds with one stone as I crossed both a new country and continent off my travel checklist.
While images of warm, plaid flannels and puffy vests dominated my news feed this weekend from Bloomington — as they always do during tailgate season — it was a pretty stark contrast to what I’ve been wearing and seeing around Seville, considering four days ago I was wearing a tank top to class.