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John Williams' book “Stoner” was released in 1965 and follows the life of William Stoner, a farm boy turned academic, as he seeks to live and work amidst constant and bitter strife.
John William’s protagonist, William Stoner, wasn’t esteemed in his work as an assistant professor or as an author. His marriage, his affair and his work relationships failed to bring him fulfillment either — in fact, they turned the screws of misery in his existence.
As July comes to a close and the stress of fall semester begins to kick in, it's easy to forget you still have some free time to relax. Read through some of the things you can do before the summer ends.
Drinking in the summer can be a hassle. It's hot and humid, and some drinks won't taste the same under a ninety-degree sun with no cloud cover. Here are some refreshing options that can be made in under five minutes.
The Mermaid Mule is made of vodka, Blue Curaçao, lime juice and ginger beer. The Blue Curaçao is flavored from the dried peel of the Lahara citrus fruit.
"Tinto de verano," translated as red wine of summer, is a popular refreshment in the summer in Spain. Use any red wine and a lemon-flavored soft drink to create the drink's hallmark carbonation.
Tired of the standard movie-dinner-bar hangout with your significant other or friends? It’s summertime in Bloomington, and nothing stands between you and some different date ideas. Here are a few ideas for next time you want to surprise your significant other, or want something new to do with friends.
Returning for its sixth year, Limestone Comedy Festival brings 30 sets and more than 60 comedians at six venues around Bloomington. The festival will run May 31 - June 2.
A gianttombstone sat outside City Hall on Saturday morning. The name inscribed on it was “Somebody.” Below it was the epitaph: “He Tried.”
Filmmaker Robert B. Weide’s documentary “Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time” looks at the life of Indiana-born author Kurt Vonnegut. In one moment, the film focuses on an asterisk-shaped illustration in his book “Breakfast of Champions.”
Whether at Upland Brewing Co. or C3 Bar, Kurt Vonnegut-inspired beers and cocktails will trap you in the amber of the moment. There is no “why,” except the Granfalloon: A Kurt Vonnegut Convergence that starts May 10.
In 2016, 19,477 students between 18 to 71 years old graduated from IU campuses, according to IU’s website.
During Big Thief's set, guitarist and vocalist Adrianne Lenker wanted to dim the lights.
Just because IU doesn’t have a spaceport doesn’t mean it hasn’t been a part of space exploration and research. Here are some noteworthy contributions and associations the University has made with NASA, space exploration and space studies.
After a dance performance by provocatively dressed performers in the musical “Cabaret,” the Emcee, played by Erik Schneider, addressed the crowd.
In the midst of her work at a fast-paced, chaotic corporate office, Abby Lee, the actress playing Young Woman, stopped to think aloud.
The Indiana Daily Student talked to students around the Indiana Memorial Union about their favorite Vines, how they watch them and their thoughts about the upcoming v2, the successor of Vine.
Composer and artist Annea Lockwood and Jon Vickers, founding director of the Indiana University Cinema, placed Indiana Daily Student newspapers in the back of a 1916 Henderson upright piano. Then, they lit the papers on fire.
Meghan McCullough, an IU junior studying art history, wears a patch on her jacket of a Campbell's soup can. Though it draws attention, she said she wears it for more than the laughs.
Rebecca Baumann, assistant librarian at the Lilly Library, unzipped a red zipper on a white book sleeve that read “Lay text.” Inside was a garment bag with two soggy, drooping latex gloves. Baumann raised up the the book inside, a collection of six leaves of wax paper suspended on a hook.