Indiana men’s basketball will face off against No. 2 Purdue for the second time this season on Saturday night in Mackey Arena. Following a disastrous 87-66 loss at Assembly Hall on Jan. 16 — Indiana's largest margin of defeat to the Boilermakers at home since 1934 — the Hoosiers look to avenge themselves in enemy territory.
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This is part two of a two-part preview of the 2024 Indiana baseball season. Check out part one here:
The Department of Education Office for Civil Rights opened an investigation into IU on Feb. 5 in response to a Title VI complaint received Dec. 14. Zachary Marschall, editor in chief of Campus Reform, a national conservative media organization, alleges in the complaint that IU failed to adequately respond to antisemitism on campus.
With just over four minutes left to play in Thursday night’s game between the Golden State Warriors and Indiana Pacers, fans inside Gainbridge Fieldhouse began to roar.
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As the weather outside slowly warms, so does the movie industry from the icy clutches of the typical subpar January movie slate. While it’s scheduled to be released in theaters Feb. 14, the Indiana University Union Board hosted an early screening of the music biopic, “Bob Marley: One Love” on Tuesday.
There were 8,850 fans packed inside, living and dying with each play. Whether it was their Hoosiers or the conference foe draining shots, an indescribable feeling circulated throughout Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall on Thursday.
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The stage was set, the smell of food lingered in the air, and 90’s jams filled the room as the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center (NMBCC) and the Black Film Center & Archive hosted a karaoke night with the theme of Black movie soundtracks at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 in the Grand Hall of the NMBCC building.
With 20 seconds left in the game, sophomore guard Yarden Garzon shook off her defender and rose for a mid-range jumper to put the Hoosiers ahead by two possessions. As ball met nylon, Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall erupted.
Chloe Moore-McNeil notches triple-double in No. 14 Indiana women’s basketball’s win over Michigan State
The final buzzer sounded, completing No. 14 Indiana women’s basketball’s come from behind victory. Numerous Hoosiers went to congratulate senior guard Chloe Moore-McNeil at midcourt. She drained a pair of game-clinching free throws just seconds prior, knowing she sealed the victory — but she didn’t realize her other accomplishment.
No. 14 Indiana women’s basketball returned to Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall on Thursday, taking on Michigan State. Although the Hoosiers led for just 6:35, they pulled out a close 3-point victory.
Do you have that TV show with a memorable theme song that single-handedly keeps you wanting more? I’ve got lots. The shows might be good on their own, but it’s listening to the theme song that excites me for what’s about to occur. It’s what tempts me to binge-watch on a rainy Sunday. Television intros have been staples of American and pop culture for decades — nevertheless, they've changed over the years, and not always for the better.
Janelle Monáe will headline IU’s Hoosier Cosmic Celebration, held from 1-5 p.m., April 8 at Memorial Stadium according to an IU press release.
As I stand in the present and gaze into the future, there are numerous universes I would like to visit that this version of me simply can’t. Before you think it’s about time, it’s not. I know I have enough time to live this life. And before you think it’s about capability, it’s not that either. I am confident I’m capable of crossing the finish line for every single one of my goals.
I can say with honesty that some of the best moments of my college years happened well past midnight, surrounded by friends. What I love even more about these late-night moments is that even when the clock is ticking and the hours are passing, everybody stays. So deep in conversation, so lost in stories and relatable moments, nobody notices the time, and nobody cares. Another cup of tea, another piece of pizza, another moment together.
It’s the fifth week of Indiana’s legislative session which ushered in important deadlines for bills to advance within the General Assembly.
Musical fans and students alike filled the IU Auditorium for a show of 1960s show tunes, aerosol hair products and the story of desegregation in a Baltimore television station. in the Broadway musical “Hairspray,” which opened their two-night stay 7:30 p.m., Feb. 6.
This is part one of a two-part preview of the 2024 Indiana baseball season.