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Everyone needed a break.
The Bloomington Mayor’s Office will proclaim Oct. 8 Indigenous Peoples' Day on the day nationally recognized as Columbus Day.
His story has already been told — or so people might think.
Within the next month, IU’s trees will be ablaze with color. Earthy greens will transform into flaming reds and yellows, and the crunch of leaves will be heard underfoot.
For Raegan Davis, president of College Democrats at IU, the implications of U.S. Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh being approved are personal.
The cheerful, college-student faces and colorful photos of fully furnished apartments are all too familiar when you open a housing brochure. But what will that apartment complex be like in reality?
IU’s revised policy on scooter parking and usage is expected to be released in the next week.
Erin Carman-Sweeney, IU Campus Farm manager and educator, shows a geology class different types of plants being grown Sept. 19 on the campus farm. The farm is in its first season of growing food for campus dining halls and local charities.
Wearing a blue Hawaiian shirt, black rubber boots and a sun hat, Erin Carman-Sweeney, IU Campus Farm manager and educator, stood next to long rows of plants ranging from tiny seedlings to sprawling, leafy butternut squash.
A flock of 100 Bird scooters landed in Bloomington on Thursday. Now, as students take off across the city and campus, questions about scooter regulations are flying.
The dockless scooter-share company Bird has officially landed in Bloomington. Here’s what you should know about the new scooters on the block.
It’s Wednesday, and the kitchen manager of Bloomingfoods Market and Deli's west side location and his assistant are gearing up for the four hours of mayhem that goes into providing a constant flow of food for an average of 500 people.
The Bloomington city council will review changes to parking enforcement that will affect drivers at this week's city council meeting.
A 21-year-old man was arrested Friday at South Walnut Street and Miller Drive after reports he beat a woman several times in the past few days, Bloomington Police Department said.
IU student and political organizer Stanley Njuguna was arrested Wednesday for protesting at the hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Parents and prospective students mill around the new admissions office at Ernie Pyle Hall. Tour guides huddle to review their new talking points and route for the campus tour. It’s student tour guide Nicole Hill’s first tour since the start of the new semester.
Those late night, early morning, midday Chick-fil-A cravings can really make a dent in your bank account. But what if you didn’t have to pay?
Fire hydrant maintenance will continue through the week of Aug. 27 in various new locations. Residents' water in certain areas may be affected.
Jamie Bartzel, office supervisor at IU’s LGBTQ+ Culture Center, was suspicious last week as her partner took an unusually heavy interest in her Friday work schedule.
Tangerine, an albino corn snake, just wants a little warmth. The cold-blooded creature wraps herself close to her handler and looks around, her tongue popping in and out. She hates the winter.