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A worker sprays water into the basins to break up sediment that collects at the top at the Monroe Water Treatment Plant. An equipment malfunction occurred at the Monroe Water Treatment Plant that may cause some Bloomington residents to have a harmless pink tint to their water, according to a Saturday release.
Whether you have one or 10, roommates, you are bound to have a rough patch or two throughout your time living together. Spending some quality time together can help build roommate relationships. Here are four ideas for bonding time.
As the semester comes to a close, so does my tenure as the editor of the Indiana Daily Student. It has been an honor to lead this incredibly talented newsroom this fall and last spring.
IU and Duke Energy have issued conflicting statements regarding what caused Friday's campus-wide power outage.
IU swimming and diving associate head coach Mike Westphal was fired Thursday, according to an IU Athletics press release.
IU swimming and diving associate head coach Mike Westphal was arrested on charges of allegedly intimidating a former IU athlete who is now a local swim coach.
Hello Hoosiers! For those of us that were gone for the summer, welcome home. For those that were here, I hope you stayed up to date with the coverage of the summer staff.
Looking for something to do this Fourth of July? Here is a list of local events happening in and around Bloomington.
Bloomington's Arts Commission selected Stefan Reiss from a group of five finalists to create site-specific artwork for the new Trades District downtown according to a city press release. The district was launched last month.
IU psychologists recently found when people look to adopt a dog they may not always know what they want. The results of the study are from a working animal shelter and could lead to an improved pet adoption process according to an IU press release.
The IU Board of Trustees has approved a new academic rank for campus lecturers. This came after a recommendation from the University Faculty Council, according to an IU press release.
Several renovation projects will begin and continue across the IU-Bloomington campus, according to an IU press release. The IU Board of Trustees has approved projects at the Lilly Library, Ballantine Hall, North Woodlawn Avenue and a number of greek houses.
The IU Board of Trustees has approved four new degrees for the IU-Bloomington campus, according to an IU press release.
IU is now the owner of the fastest, university-owned supercomputer. The $9.6 million computer was purchased from Cray Inc. and was named Big Red 200 in honor of the university's bicentennial celebration in 2020, according to a university press release.
Endwright East Active Living Community Center will open June 18 in the old Payless in the College Mall. This facility is dedicated to providing community space and programming to seniors of Bloomington. It is the first facility of its kind to open since 2009 according to a Bloomington press release.
Interested in checking out some live music this summer? Here are the events coming to Bloomington through the end of the month.
Bloomington's Safe and Civil City program will partner with IU's Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center to host a Juneteenth celebration from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 19 in Bryan Park.
The Bloomington City Clerks Office is looking to fill vacancies on the city's Environmental Commission. The clerks office is accepting application from Bloomington residents according to a press release.