Amidst a challenging season, Indiana men’s basketball head coach Mike Woodson is committed to being a part of the solution moving forward.
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
As a self-proclaimed pop culture enthusiast, I spend a lot of time listening to music, reading, watching TV and consuming all the information I can about my favorite celebrities. And, in my consumption of media, I’ve come to idolize more than a few famous people. If an artist makes good music, is charismatic and offers some sort of relatability in their work, I’m hooked.
On June 25, 2004, one of the most iconic romance movies debuted in theaters. Based on a book by Nicholas Sparks, “The Notebook” has become a symbol of romantic passion with the image of Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams kissing in the rain being recognizable around the world.
Indiana will host No. 4 Iowa on Thursday, Feb. 22, with tip-off at 8 p.m.
In a world suffocated by the constant reminders of how awful our society is, I have always felt social media could be an escape. Whether that be seeing cute videos of puppies or catching up on my weekly indulgence of memes, I like using social media to escape the dreadful news cycle constantly spotlighting horrific events.
With 5:47 left to go in the first half against Illinois, an irate head coach Teri Moren called a timeout after No. 14 Indiana women’s basketball allowed the Fighting Illini to their, at the time, largest lead of the game. The score at the timeout was 32-24 in favor of the Fighting Illini.
No. 14 Indiana women’s basketball had one of its worst defensive performances of the season in Monday afternoon’s 86-66 loss to Illinois. The Hoosiers allowed 80+ points for the fourth time this season with three of those four games resulting in blowout losses for the cream and crimson. Although Indiana did not have a particularly stellar game offensively, it was the defensive struggles that led to the Hoosiers’ collapse in Champaign.
In 1855, Walt Whitman’s gargantuan poem “Song of Myself” was published, and the world was blessed with one of his most influential verses: “Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes.).”
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — No. 14 Indiana women’s basketball entered its matchup with Illinois on Monday with an opportunity to notch another crucial victory for the Big Ten regular season title race ahead of hosting No. 4 Iowa on Thursday.
Indiana baseball sophomore pitcher Connor Foley was named the Big Ten Pitcher of the Week after throwing four scoreless innings in a 7-2 win over then-No. 18 Coastal Carolina University on Feb. 18.
Indiana baseball slotted in at No. 23 in D1Baseball’s first in-season rankings, released Monday morning. The Hoosiers are coming off a 2-1 opening weekend in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where they pulled off a road upset over Coastal Carolina University, 7-2. This is the first time Indiana has been ranked since May 10, 2021, when it entered the poll at No. 21 and then dropped out a week later.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — With a showdown against No. 4 Iowa looming Thursday, No. 14 Indiana women’s basketball looked to stay focused and take care of business on the road against Illinois. A second-quarter collapse left the Hoosiers with a 16-point deficit, one too steep for them to overcome as the Fighting Illini knocked off Indiana 86-66.
University faculty are speaking out in opposition to Senate Bill 202, a controversial bill that would heighten legislative overview of Indiana’s public universities to increase “intellectual diversity” and change tenure criteria.
Just as quickly as some Little 500 teams form, they can disappear — never to race again.
The comic ballet company “Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo” will perform at 8 p.m, Feb. 24 in the IU Auditorium. The dance group, also known as “The Trocks,” is celebrating their 50th anniversary season this year.
We, the undersigned faculty and staff of the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design at Indiana University, oppose the university administration’s cancellation of the long-planned exhibition “Samia Halaby: Centers of Energy” at the Eskenazi Museum of Art.
The Hoosiers drop to 14-12 on the season, they are ninth in the Big Ten conference standings.
Indiana women’s tennis entered Thursday disappointed. Hard fought games over the past three weeks resulted in five consecutive losses. But in the eyes of head coach Ramiro Azcui, his team was nearing that fateful victory.
Indiana baseball picked up right where it left off last season, spraying baseballs all over Brooks Stadium at Coastal Carolina University. The Hoosiers bounced back from a 6-3 opening day loss to No. 12 Duke University on Friday by upsetting No. 18 Coastal Carolina 7-2 on Saturday and finishing the weekend with a 9-3 victory over George Mason University.
Malik Reneau smothered his face with his hands, visibly frustrated. Nine seconds later, his hands were on his head.