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The Buskirk-Chumley Theater presented a special Valentine's Day screening of "An Affair to Remember" on Feb. 14, 2017. The Wild and Scenic Film Festival will take place Sunday.
Mobile concession stand Greenskeeper Foods began in October 2016 with one overarching goal: bring the community together, which co-owner and chef Zack Johnson said is his aim.
Junior Kacie Swierk will soon complete one part of a big musical project that began as an undiscovered passion.
Cardinal Spirits will invite a variety of local and visiting comedians to show off their stand-up skills at its latest comedy event, High Proof Laughs.
The IU Soul Revue’s Spring Concert is a celebration of African-American musical tradition, but this year, there will be a show unlike any other the ensemble has performed.
The latest round of Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibitions opened Tuesday at the Grunwald Gallery.
The IU Auditorium will welcome “Pippin” to round out the spring production season.
Redleg Husky, an Asheville, North Carolina-based bluegrass and country duo, will soon pay a visit to the Midwest.
A project that began in the Media Living Learning Center has turned three freshmen into a functioning production
Children, families and members of the community gathered at the Monroe County Public Library on Sunday afternoon to hear the music of Salaam and learn more about the art and culture of the Middle East.
The Singing Hoosiers will culminate a year of activity and performance with its 67th Annual Spring Concert.
Meredith Willson’s family musical “The Music Man,” follows professor Harold Hill trying to make money using a complicated plan to scam the town involving forming a marching band and running when the funding comes in.
Iris Rosa has seen the growth of the African American Dance Company.
Kirkwood Hall will soon be rededicated as a part of the School of Art + Design.
When IU’s first stand-up comedy major, senior Rob Sherrell, approached his adviser and sponsor in the Individualized Major Program with an idea for his final project, he heard a familiar warning — this will be
Though May is officially Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, IU celebrates it in April, while most students are still on campus, according to the Asian Cultural Center’s website. The next month will see a variety of events associated with the month and highlighting food,
film and performance.
Director Jason Baird Jackson unmasked facilities manager Kelly Wherley, the culprit behind the missing butter churn at the "Mystery at the Museum" event Sunday afternoon at Mathers Museum of World Cultures.
Julie Warren and daughter Remi made their mystery notebooks Sunday afternoon as part of the "Mystery at the Museum" event at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures.
Scooby-Doo, Velma and Daphne, played by student cosplayers Kristen Pimley, Erin Garman and Alexa Lively, led efforts to solve the mystery of the missing butter churn during the "Mystery at the Museum" event Sunday afternoon at Mathers.