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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders discusses his campaign at the IU Auditorium.
Whether these tracks destroy the last shreds of faith you had in love or reassure your belief that true kinds live through the storm, there’s no denying that Beyoncé Knowles Carter has juiced as much talent and passion as possible out of a shitty situation to make her new album, “Lemonade.”
Aran Mordoh, a sexual health education coordinator, teaches participants how to put on a condom.
The third annual Cupcakes and Condoms event took place in the Indiana Memorial Union.
A grin sneaked across Tom Williams’ lips as they scrolled through their phone, looking for a picture of the first time they ever wore a dress. According to Williams, it was one of the happiest moments of their life.
If anything, this album tells us Gerald Gillum has no plans to live modestly and overlooked.
At 5:10 p.m., a gunman with a mini-14 rifle in hand and a hunting knife on his person entered a classroom at École Polytechnique in Montréal that was occupied by about 60 engineering students.
“Freedom, I’dom, me’dom. Where’s your we’dom?” sings M.I.A. in front of a backdrop of running refugees.
It’s not everyday your doctor tells you that your body has failed you.
It’s 1962 in North America. Families work hard for their country, children dutifully go to school and Nazis control a majority of the old Land of the Free.
Sara Bareilles has done it again — she’s made us fall in love with her.
Just as the world is saying “Hello” to Adele after her four-year hiatus, we are finally saying goodbye to the late Amy Winehouse.
Update: Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott fired Deputy Fields on Wednesday for violating police regulations during the arrest of the Spring Valley High School student.
At the heart of the Crimson Peak mansion is a gaping hole in the ceiling. Leaves and snow drift precariously through the hole, past the winding staircase and land into a heap on a sinking wooden floor. What perfect symbolism to describe the missing parts of the film “Crimson Peak.”
It’s so common, you wonder if you’re having déjà vu or even a brain aneurysm: A stereotypical college girl complains loudly in public about how she never works out, all while holding a Starbucks coffee, donning a designer bag on her arm and sporting a Lululemoon yoga outfit.
In the horror film genre, there are many complaints I can make about the stereotypes used: killing people of color early, the lone virginal survivor, every character’s undying interest to check the strange noise coming from the basement/woods/under the bed.
If I could only remember one thing I learned from college, it would be to get out of my comfort zone.
I’ve officially started a zero tolerance policy when it comes to musicians who are problematic.
Out in the Open features discussions and debates on hot topics and pressing issues in current events. The show is hosted by the Opinion editor, Madison Hogan, and stars columnists from the newspaper's Editorial Board. Columnists featured in this episode are Tristan Fitzpatrick and Matthew Cinkoske. Produced by Leah Johnson.
“Don’t judge a book by it’s cover,” never meant as much as it does for Vladimir