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Though IU is often the focus of visitors to Bloomington, the town itself has more to offer than people usually expect. The off-beat cultural offerings usually found only in big cities are what keep people coming back, and the campus has tons to explore. Check some things off this list, and we guarantee you’ll start falling in love, too.
From libraries to coffee shops, IU’s campus offers many places for you to establish your personal work space.
Bloomington has so many eateries it can be overwhelming. Don’t worry, though. These places are guaranteed to fill you up for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and they’ve got a special feel you can’t get anywhere but Bloomington. Dig in.
Though IU is often the focus of visitors to Bloomington, the town itself has more to offer than people usually expect. The off-beat cultural offerings usually found only in big cities are what keep people coming back, and the campus has tons to explore. Check some things off this list, and we guarantee you’ll start falling in love too.
Coupons and meal plans for an efficient diet
How to shop without the guilt
For many Americans, the Fourth of July is a
grillin’, drinkin’ and setting off $300 fireworks extravaganza.
It’s the same for my
family, except for the fireworks because my dog is terrified of any noise louder
than a piece of paper can make.
On the Fourth of July,
my dad grills shish kebabs and corn on the cob while my mom cuts up watermelon
slices for our friends and family. As American as our celebration is, the Fourth of July is even more meaningful for my family than most.
When I was four, my
parents and I moved from Ukraine to the U.S. They, like many immigrants, wanted
to live somewhere without persecution. They wanted a place where everyone has an
When you move to a
different country, there's a tendency to head into one of two extremes: that of rejecting
your old culture or rejecting your new one.
Luckily, my family found a balance. We still prefer vodka to beer and speak Russian at home, but
my parents have embraced American pop culture. I’m not sure of any other family
that owns every season of “Everybody Loves Raymond.”
And like any other good
American, we really celebrate the Fourth of July. On the surface, it seems like
any other family get-together. A relaxed pool party, plenty of food, and old
The Fourth is like
my family’s Thanksgiving. It’s our chance to realize how lucky we are to be in
a country where change is possible, where hope is not a vapid dream, where
democracy is something real.
Zina's latest food column gives us the rundown of the Farmer's Market
There is no better time to eat healthy than in the summer.
Summertime food is for fruit smoothies, grilled meats and fresh vegetables.
How to survive (and how to fail) a three-month stint.
It’s housed in the same building as Bloomington staples such as Soma and
Laughing Planet, and now Cactus Flower, the hip vintage clothing
boutique, has finally made a name for itself.
Mother Bear’s has now been named Best Pizza for the sixth year in a row
as part of the 10th edition of Best of Bloomington. And this year, the
iconic local eatery was also voted Best Restaurant for the first time.
When the average freshman arrives in Bloomington, they are usually
introduced to the miracle of Fourth Street. The boulevard of ethnic food
is one of the most celebrated areas close to campus, and this week I’m
using it as inspiration.
Our food columnist looks back on four years of college cuisine
How to make the quintessential college food really pop
Grenki is the perfect breakfast meal... if you know how to make it.
Everyone makes mistakes in the kitchen. It's the only way you'll learn.
Homemade tomato soup:
An alternative to the Valentine's Day restaurant rush
In honor of our pizza issue, Zina Kumok talks about how to skip delivery and easily make your own pie.