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While the IU Cinema, Buskirk-Chumley Theater and even the Starlite Drive-In give movie buffs the chance to explore film in Bloomington, the film archives stowed away in the basement of the Herman B Wells Library are often forgotten as film treasures.
Irish American painter Patricia Cole will have an opening reception for "Oil Paintings, Monoprints, Watercolors & Drawings" on Feb. 2 at the Thomas Gallery. The gallery will be open every Friday in February from 5 to 8 p.m., and also by appointment.
David Foster Wallace said in his 1993 essay, “E Unibus Pluram,” that something is malignantly addictive if it causes real problems for the addict and offers itself as relief from the very problems it causes.
Indie-pop band Alvvays will not always be in Bloomington, but they will be at 8 p.m. April 28 for a performance at the Bluebird Nightclub.Tickets start at $17.
The path to working at a rare books library is not as simple as enjoying books. The Indiana Daily Student sat down with librarians in the Lilly Library’s Slocum Room to talk about what schooling and experience can help one get a job at with a rare books collection.
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.
“White people, you need to have some white pride,” W. Kamau Bell, host of “United Shades of America,” told students and community members on campus.
Trapped in the residence hall on a slow Wednesday evening? If role-playing, dice flinging and fantasy adventuring sounds like an appealing trifecta, then Dungeons & Dragons is worth your consideration. First published in 1974, the table-top adventure game has inspired countless other role-playing games and is now in its most accessible form ever, “Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition.” With some equipment and some space, D&D can provide a way to connect and bond with others in the residence hall or the apartment with hours of interactive storytelling, teamwork and character development. Snacks expected.
Video games are a great way to connect with new people and form friendships over common bonds. When moving into a new living space, this media form can be an easy way to break into conversation about shared interests and find something entertaining to do with a group of people from the same residence hall floor or apartment. Different video games are better for different social circles and interests, whether it be competitive gaming, sports or casual beat-em-ups. Here are some popular games that are great for any social occasion — ice breakers, parties or casual hang-outs.
Between film events, screenings and guest speakers, the Black Film Center/Archive on the ground floor of Wells provides diverse programming for the Bloomington film sphere.
Four hundred and nineteen years after its first production, IU Theatre’s production of “Julius Caesar” breaks conventions.
Photographer Natasha Komoda's work revolves around body positivity. On Jan. 5, a gallery of her work opened which supports women's reproductive rights.
From Shakespearean classics to new plays written by faculty, the spring season at the Department of Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance will bring six productions to the stage. Tickets start at $10 for students and $20 for the general public.
The late-night host and comedian of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning “The Daily Show” Trevor Noah will appear at the IU Auditorium on April 27. Tickets start at $25 for students and $35 for the general public, and can be purchased at the IU Auditorium box office or on the IU Auditorium website.
This semester, IU Opera & Ballet Theater will bring four new productions made up of students and professional singers.
The Thomas Gallery will premiere "Sketchbook," an art exhibit of Kurt Larsen's most recent works Friday. The gallery will be open every Friday evening in the month of January and also by appointment.
Third-year Master of Fine Arts student in digital art Mat Whitley sat down with the IDS to discuss the new mural he produced in the northeast stairwell of Franklin Hall.
After writing four books of poetry and teaching ENG-L 210, The Poetics of Rap, for five years, professor Adrian Matejka began his two-year term as Poet Laureate of Indiana on January 1, 2018.
The heartwarming classic “Peter Pan” is making its way to Bloomington for the holiday season.
Big Broadway numbers tap dance onto the stage in the musical “Front Page Flo.”