A popular vine once said, “The Jonas Brothers can’t break up, they’re brothers.”
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IU’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration offers plenty of different ways to honor the activist and his work. From the annual IUnity Summit to the Martin Luther King Jr. birthday celebration at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, there are plenty of possibilities on the day off.
After over a decade at other Indiana schools, the 20th annual Indiana Latino Leadership Conference will return to IU, where it began, Feb. 16.
There’s something special about waking up on that first real snowy morning of the season. Sure, we may have gotten ours in January, but it still made the early morning curtain-opening feel like Christmas day.
As a college student, it can be easy to overdo decorating a residence hall, apartment or house. As we move away from home and discover the beauty that accompanies having our own space, filling it with trinkets and things that feel like pieces of ourselves becomes one of the biggest tasks to handle after move-in.
Buskirk-Chumley Theater will be having an open house Jan. 25 from 2-5 p.m. for artists and event organizers who want to rent the theater or use the ticketing service.
IU biology professor Ellen Ketterson will speak Jan. 23 about preparing for environmental change in Indiana to celebrate Green Drinks Bloomington’s 10th anniversary of monthly environmental lectures.
During room inspections over winter break, mold was discovered in IU's Central neighborhood.
IU’s 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration will provide testimony to King's ideals through workshops, programs and more, according to the university's Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration website.
Spring semester, much like 2019, can give almost any desired outcome as long as it is accompanied by hard work. Hard work is exactly like it sounds: hard. However, there are ways to make it easier.
As part of the Emmy-nominated show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” the cast members of the Emmy nominated show "Whose Line is it Anyway" will be performing April 5 at the IU Auditorium as part of their new improv tour “Whose Live Anyway?”
Ninety-six years ago, on Dec. 11, 1922, the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, then the Indiana Theater, opened its doors to the public.
The sound of chains hitting the concrete, screams from children and adults and growls from Krampus beasts could be heard through the streets of Bloomington on Saturday evening.
The fourth annual event to honor local arts advocates, educators and businesses will take place Nov. 17 at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center.
John Mellencamp will give an acoustic performance as part of the 40th Anniversary of the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center benefit celebration in December.
The Region, otherwise known ‘Da’ Region, can be quite an interesting place. We can spend Friday in Chicago, have a photoshoot in a cornfield Saturday and play bags while rooting for the Bears Sunday — all while checking our own @RegionRatRants Twitter account.
“Help a Hoosier,” a talent show meant to empower those who struggle with homelessness, addiction or mental illness, will take place Nov. 16 at the John Waldron Arts Center.
Three Jacobs School of Music students will perform 17th and 18th century classical music at The Venue next week.
In the midst of Bloomington’s sticky, booze-soaked venue floors, sweat-filled crowds and concert tickets sits a cozy room in a residence hall, packed with equipment and video cameras.
Indiana native and award-winning singer, songwriter and producer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds received an honorary doctoral degree from IU.