Since its inception, the Graduate Mentoring Center at IU has been home to numerous programs for graduate students, undergraduate students, staff and faculty. After taking a year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, its Trailblazers and Innovators seminar series is returning virtually to the IU community.
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In a unanimous 9-0 vote Feb. 3, the Bloomington City Council voted to move ahead with the demolition of the historic Player’s Pub building.
IU ballet students were rehearsing for a full-length production of “Cinderella” when IU’s campus closed last spring due to the coronavirus pandemic. Rehearsals for the last performance of the year — and for seniors, their last performance at IU — quickly turned into daily Zoom classes in garages and living rooms, and the show was canceled.
Though the pandemic has forced us to mask up in order to keep each other healthy, there’s no reason for us to mask our feelings for our loved ones. Many activities that would’ve been readily available a year ago may look different now, but, fortunately, Bloomington’s vibrant community is offering many safe ways for friends, family, and loved ones to share in the Valentine’s Day spirit. Whether you’re looking for a romantic dining experience, a handcrafted gift, or simply a laugh this weekend, there’s something for everyone in Bloomington.
Traditional Arts Indiana, a statewide folk arts program, will give Indiana senior musicians opportunities to record their own music as a result of a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Researchers, musicians and historians alike gathered together this weekend from across the world to celebrate and discuss education, diversity and performance in music.
The Monon Railroad was once one of the staples of Indiana, linking towns and cities from Lake Michigan to the Ohio River. Most of the railway system has been abandoned or repurposed, but its history provides insight into Hoosier communities.
The living room may be a place to watch TV, work on homework or lounge around after a long day of work, but for a dedicated group of IU musical theater students, the living room has become a place of expression and community.
The Jacobs School of Music will offer virtual music- and art-themed events for students, faculty and the Bloomington community as the pandemic forces in-person activities to take new forms.
For students in the Jacobs School of Music, the circumstances of virtual schooling have brought distinct challenges that will continue into spring semester.
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.