For the first time in its history, the Arbutus yearbook is suspending publication, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Indiana Daily Student will begin publishing a print paper again this fall, once a week, beginning on Aug. 20. The decision to go from a twice-per-week publication to once-per-week was made after careful consideration of data and a survey of local businesses.
The Indiana Daily Student has partnered with Newspark, a social impact startup that helps readers donate to the causes they care about while viewing the news. The IDS is Newspark’s first media partner.
Caroline Anders, Indiana Daily Student staff member and rising senior, received first place in the 2020 Hearst National Writing Championship. Rising junior and IDS sports writer Matt Cohen was a finalist.
IU sophomore Matt Cohen, a sports writer for the Indiana Daily Student, received first place in the 2019-20 Hearst Personality/Profile Writing Competition. Junior and IDS managing editor Caroline Anders placed fourth.
The Indiana Daily Student received first place in Division I Newspaper of the Year on Wednesday from the Indiana Collegiate Press Association. The awards were announced via the ICPA Twitter due to cancellation of their spring convention.
The IU Student Media Publications Board named Jacob deCastro the fall 2020 editor-in-chief of the Indiana Daily Student on Friday.
The IU Student Media Publications Board named Tristan Jackson the summer 2020 editor-in-chief of the Indiana Daily Student on Friday.
The Indiana Daily Student received a Hybrid News Gold Crown from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The Arbutus yearbook, run by former IDS editor-in-chief Matt Rasnic, won a Silver Crown. The awards were for the 2018-19 academic year.
The Indiana Daily Student creative team took home three awards last weekend from the College Media Business and Advertising Managers annual contest. The IDS creative team includes marketing and design students who work to promote the newspaper through advertisements, events, social media and more.
IU junior and Indiana Daily Student photographer Claire Livingston placed first in the College Photographer of the Year Sports category of the Indiana News Photographers Association awards.
Staff writers, designers and photographers received awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s 36th Gold Circle Awards Program.
The Jacobs School of Music student-run organization Classical Connections brought a music workshop to Brown County High School this past weekend. The group works to share music and the arts with the community.
A group of people clad in yellow, red and black robes smile and clap as they enthusiastically sing the lyrics, “Open your mouth, say something.”
Scenes from everyday student life, such as studying and taking lecture notes, are interrupted by the relaxed movements of ballet dancers. These scenes are from the film “Shift,” which will be screened at 7 p.m. Saturday at IU’s annual student film festival, “Montage: A Celebration of Moving Pictures,” at the IU Cinema.
If junior Keshav Muralitharan could sum up Holi in one word, he said he would describe the annual Hindu festival as colorful.
Italian film writer and director Wilma Labate will speak at the IU Cinema starting Wednesday, accompanying screenings of her films.
Wii remotes and other game controllers will become instruments at the Computer Music Recital on at 8 p.m. Sunday in Auer Hall.
Former star of “The Bachelor” and IU alumnus Ben Higgins was back in Bloomington to support an Indiana University Dance Marathon fundraiser Wednesday at local restaurant Campus Craves.
Rock duo Remo Drive will be performing at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Bishop Bar. The group will play after opening acts from local artists Matt Tobey and Inkwell Moon.