The Monroe County Civic Theater will present “The Tempest” for its 29th annual Shakespeare in the Park event.
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Monday Rundown: iCan Bike Camp, IU baseball seniors, Modest Mouse coming to IU, New director of IU Student Media
Campers with disabilities break away at iCan Bike Camp
Get in contact with metallic art inspired by nature at By Hand Gallery at 101 W. Kirkwood Ave. #109.
Junior Erin Harper failed to start strong in the first round of the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championship tournament, shooting 14-over-par with two triple-bogeys on Friday in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Friday Rundown: Zachery Mezger is more than just an honorary coach, Activist group claims 116 animals died of neglect, IU storms back to beat Maryland
Scars are for studs: Zachery Mezger is more than just an honorary coach
Erin Harper will represent IU at the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships as an individual Friday.
Tune-Yards will be performing tonight, May 17, at 9 p.m at The Bluebird.
Modest Mouse will perform at IU Auditorium on Friday, October 19. Tickets start at $35 and go on sale August 24.
On April 23, it was announced IU men's soccer assistant coach Brian Maisonneuve would be the new head coach at Ohio State. After three weeks, he's been replaced by another IU alumnus.
Wednesday Rundown: IU baseball wins at Louisville, Dave O'Guinn to replace Lori Reesor as IU dean of students, Black y Brown Arts Festival
Hoosiers overcome adversity to win Derby City showdown
On Tuesday night, the Indiana rowing team punched its ticket to the NCAA Rowing Championships with an at-large bid.
From the structure of the planet to the status and stunts of celebrities, conspiracy theories seek to challenge the status quo. Below are some prominent theories that aim to shift commonly held perceptions about popular topics and people.
The IU men’s basketball team has added another opponent to its 2018-19 season schedule.
Monday Rundown: Granfalloon: A Kurt Vonnegut Convergence, IU track and field teams finish strong at Big Ten Championships, Stamp Out Hunger food drive 'not magic,' it takes community
Education and art combined in Granfalloon: A Kurt Vonnegut Convergence
Baseball is a game of streaks. Some go a team's way and some don't.
IU baseball's struggles since the end of April have coincided with injuries suffered by two of the team's most important players — junior infielder Luke Miller and junior pitcher Pauly Milto.
For the first time since May 2016, the IU baseball team has lost five straight games.
With a full count in the bottom of the seventh inning, IU senior infielder Taylor Uden was in a familiar position.
After securing a first-round bye, the IU softball team will play Illinois in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals at 2:30 p.m Friday. The Fighting Illini defeated Maryland 5-3 on Thursday afternoon.
Friday Rundown: Donald Trump and Mike Pence speak in Indiana, Big Ten Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Bloomington, Lilly Library shows off Kurt Vonnegut manuscript collection
'Drain the swamp': Trump encourages state Republicans to vote in November primaries