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If you’ve been thinking about adopting or fostering a new cuddly companion during the coronavirus pandemic, you aren’t alone.
How many people are able to say that they’ve performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City, or better yet, at one of the most prestigious and respected concert venues in the U.S. as a 6-year-old?
IU Cinema has moved its operations online for the fall semester which will provide students with the opportunity to view feature films and intriguing documentaries from the safety of their computer screens.
The Luzetta and Del Newkirk Cafe and Gift Shop inside the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art will be closed for the remainder of the semester, IU Dining announced Sunday. It is expected to reopen for the spring semester.
Students and organizations at IU will be able to safely gather and enjoy the outdoors this fall through IU Auditorium’s new Open Air Venues initiative.
There is a free concert from 4:30 to 6 p.m. every Thursday at People's Park, located on the corner of Kirkwood Avenue and North Dunn Street.
After receiving a $20 million gift from Sidney and Lois Eskenazi, renowned philanthropists and namesake of the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, the school has begun construction of a new, educational facility.