Hundreds of greek members walked to Showalter Fountain to honor a fallen Theta Phi Alpha sister.
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A 15-foot shadow of Katie Gruenhagen is cast on the backdrop.
IU senior Robert Coatsworth was visiting his fiancé, Loïc Lemain, and his family in Paris on Jan. 7.
It’s a sunny 25-degree day in Bloomington, but instead of staying inside, IU students enjoyed the day by ice-skating in Dunn Meadow. The event was part of Union Board’s annual ?Winter Welcome Week.
IU’s Center for Sexual Health and Promotion will be sending out an optional Campus Sexual Health Survey to 75 percent of students 18 years and older today.
IU alumna Kara Ingelhart applied for the fellowship Oct. 3, along with 400 other law school students.
Professor Alfredo Minetti grew up with tango music.
A Christian rock band, adult and children’s choir and various Jacobs School of Music students will perform a holiday concert this weekend.
The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra will perform at 6 p.m. Saturday at the WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and ?Technology.
Fourteen bell ringers filed into First United Methodist Church on Tuesday night.
They all began as freshman dance majors.
War changes people. It can affect their family, lives and aspirations. It can take over citizens and divide friends and family ?members.
Ben Pines trekked to the fields more than 15 times this past spring.
Organizers of the Latin American Popular Music Ensemble hope to not only start the holiday season downtown Thursday night, but redefine what people think of as traditional holiday music.
Jazz tunes echo around Union Street Center buildings some Thursday nights.
The IU Department of Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance will perform a theater adaptation of Jane Austen’s famous novel, “Pride and Prejudice,” starting 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Local hip-hop artist Terrance Amos has been around music his entire life.
Pygmalion’s Art Supplies recently unveiled its new mural, which was painted by local artist Jim Sampson.
Documentarian Natalia Almada spoke as part of IU Cinema’s series “Porous ?Borders” Tuesday afternoon.
When audiences enter the Wells-Metz Theatre ?opening night, they’ll see a completely empty stage.