In a season where IU women’s golf finished in the top 10 of each tournament, Coach Clint Wallman felt the team had progressed to take itself into the upper echelon.
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Ohio State's head coaching search ended Monday after announcing Brian Maisonneuve as the head of the men's soccer program.
The African American Choral Ensemble will present its 43rd annual Spring Concert at 8 p.m. April 28 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
A U.S. appeals court declared an Indiana abortion law unconstitutional in an April 19, 2-1 ruling.
The Hoosiers rounded out the weekend at the Stanford’s Cardinal Classic and Auburn’s War Eagle Invitational with six new personal records.
Monday Rundown: Little 500 weekend crime, IU working towards making its dining halls Zero Waste, IU softball sweeps Penn State, Playboi Carti rocks the IU Auditorium
Little 500 Weekend Blotter: reported rape, one injured in shooting, Pizza X driver robbed at gunpoint
Customers can pick up bottles of Upland Brewing Company's spring release of sours starting Wednesday. The sours — tart, acidic beers — are titled Pawpaw, Cavendish and Boysenberry.
Everything will be beautiful and nothing will hurt when the Arts & Humanities Council presents Granfalloon: A Kurt Vonnegut Convergence on May 10 to 12 in Bloomington.
The international office for Zeta Tau Alpha has suspended activities for their IU chapter, according to a statement from their office.
Friday Rundown: Indiana primary election, IU baseball at Ohio State, Bloomington as a ‘tree-loving’ city, Lilly Library features new Frankenstein exhibit
Wondering who to vote for in the Indiana primary election? Get to know the candidates
The IU women's basketball conference schedule for the 2018-2019 season was announced Thursday via the team's Twitter account.
Thursday Rundown: IU celebrated worldwide, IU students help autistic young adults, Little 500 teams set for green flag, Giving Piano Initiative to give public a chance to play
'We love IU': University celebrated worldwide
Actor Jonathan Goldsmith doesn't always come to Bloomington. But when he does, he comes to Big Red Liquors at 418 North College Ave.
Wednesday Rundown: BFC votes to name third lecturer rank, Little 500 safety, 'The Room' to screen at Buskirk-Chumley, IU softball to play Louisville
'Just let us vote': Bloomington Faculty Council finally votes to name third lecturer rank
Barbara Bush, a former first lady of the United States and mother to another president, died Tuesday, according to a statement from the Office of George H. W. Bush. She was 92 years old.
Critics are calling our modern moment a Golden Age of Horror Movies, thanks to film such as "Get Out," "A Quiet Place" and others. Here's a list of some of the more well-known and widely acclaimed horror movies to shake up entertainment and critical conversations recently.
IU freshman Owen Kleppe hit a half-court shot, a 3-pointer, then another half-court shot at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall to win a car last Sunday.
Tuesday Rundown: Indiana's primary election is May 8, New degree program in molecular life sciences to be offered, Men's tennis wins again, new class on the history of punk to be offered in the fall
Indiana’s primary election is May 8. Here’s what you need to know:
The streak of top-10 finishes for IU women’s golf continued at the Lady Buckeye Invitational.
The third annual IU Day is set to begin Wednesday and will involve 24 hours of fundraising, social media posts and global celebrations, according to the University website.