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As the season premiere of "Game of Thrones" approaches, the show's devoted audience is bubbling with questions: who will live? Who will die? Who is going to end up on the Iron Throne once and for all, or will it not matter anymore after the White Walkers destroy humanity?
Trying to narrow down nearly a decade of TV greatness into 10 moments is incredibly difficult. There are probably hundreds of moments that could have been put on this list and definitely a handful that were agonizingly left out, but here is our ranking of the top 10 moments in Game of Thrones so far.
Google “Game of Thrones” fan theories, and there will be millions of hits. From the depths of Reddit to podcasts like The Ringer’s “Binge Mode,” fans of the series have come up with a lot of theories over the years of how it will all end. Theories are often based on evidence from the books or the series. Here are just a few of the most prominent ones out there right now.
Jon Snow: For all his life, Jon Snow has believed he is a bastard born of Ned Stark — the beloved lord in the north of Westeros killed in season one — and an unknown woman. Ned raised Jon with his other children until Jon decided to join the protectors of the realm called the Night’s Watch.
When season eight kicks off, there will be two main plots: in the north, where most characters have converged to try to defeat the White Walkers and the army of the dead, and in the south, where current queen Cersei Lannister is trying to keep a grip on the throne. To understand what happens in this final season, here is the briefest possible explanation of the important people, places and things in the series to this point.
For decades, Hoosiers have carved their initials into IU's beloved Sweetheart Tree, which was removed this week after years of declining health.
IU began removing the famous Sweetheart Tree inside the Chemistry Building on April 11, University spokesman Chuck Carney said. The tree’s health had been declining for years, but suspicions of rot led the University to finally remove the legendary American Beech.
Fifty years after Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, IU senior Calvin Sanders said he would describe the popular American legacy and image of the civil rights leader as “Dr. King Lite.”
After she was repeatedly raped in her own home by Vaylan Glazebrook and Michael Deweese in 2014, one IU alumna said she hasn’t just had her guard up. She’s had a suit of armor with barbed wire surrounded by a brick wall.
School safety continued to be a topic of interest Tuesday night at the Monroe County Community School Corporation monthly board meeting. Superintendent Judith DeMuth said some district policies will be modified and improving safety is an ongoing process.
In the Bloomington Police Department evidence storage area, Capt. Steve Kellams said there are several large trash cans full of guns.
The City of Martinsville announced this week it would sue multiple opioid manufacturers, joining a wave of similar lawsuits from across the country and state, including here in Bloomington.
Sixty refugees were scheduled to resettle in March 2017 in Bloomington. A year later, none have yet set foot here.
Bloomington-based Cook Medical won a lawsuit which alleged negligence for issuing defective blood clot filters March 9.
A transgender teenager in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation is suing the district in federal court after he was denied the right to use the men’s restroom.
While sentencing former IU student Jason Cox on Wednesday for accidentally shooting his roommate in the face in 2016, Judge Kenneth Todd called his decision “impossible.”
Building entry points, mental health resources and emergency protocols were among the topics discussed Monday night during a Monroe County Community School Corporation safety forum put on in the wake of the Parkland, Florida, shooting.
Discussion and public comment about Carmel, Indiana's proposed first mosque lasted more than five hours Monday night before the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals. However, the few minutes between a motion to vote on the proposal and the results may have been the longest part of the night.
Community members continued discussion of racial bias Tuesday night at the Monroe County Community School Corporation board meeting after a parent raised concerns earlier this month of insensitive course materials related to slavery.
Daniel Messel, the manconvicted in 2016 of murdering IU student Hannah Wilson, will likely plead guilty in April in connection to a separate 2012 rape of an IU student.