There's always something to do around Bloomington. With farmers’ markets, concerts, Shakespeare and comedy, the city stays vibrant over the summer. Here are some of the most exciting events coming up.
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WIUX’s 35th annual Culture Shock music festival will take place from 1-10 p.m. on April 15 at Showalter Fountain. This is the first time in three years the festival will be held in person, and it will feature live music from local artists and a variety of food trucks and booths, such as Audio Student Production, Girls Rock Bloomington and Music Industry Creatives at IU.
I recently read "The Greatest Propaganda Machine in History," an essay by Sacha Baron Cohen featured in James Steyer's "Which Side of History?" and was surprised to see him argue against the way Section 230 defends free speech. It seemed to me that he didn’t see the real issue, and it got me thinking: Is there really any way to safely change one of the most important pieces of legislation governing the internet?
The Stephen L. and Connie J. Ferguson International Center officially opened its doors in February for IU’s international programs that provide student services such as study abroad opportunities and support groups for excursions.