We all have that one go-to study spot on campus, and if you’re anything like me, then you might be feeling like it’s time to switch up your study routine. Like most students on campus, you might be too attached to Wells library or Starbucks, but there are plenty of other options worth exploring on campus. Here are three spots with natural light, cozy chairs and perfect study vibes.
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A few years ago, I walked into Panera and placed my order. Classic grilled cheese. After I paid and filled my plastic cup with water, I walked further into the café to find a seat. Most were taken by families with kids running around or students with laptops, but I managed to find a table by the window. As I sat down, I noticed that at the table next to me, there was an older man with an IU cap eating his soup alone.
The Writers Guild at Bloomington will present IU alum and Chicago-based poet, Dina Elenbogen, from 6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 23 at Morgenstern Books. The free event will focus on the poet’s most recently published work, “Shore.”
The gauntlet of Indiana field hockey’s schedule never seems to end. It continued over the weekend, as the Hoosiers packed their bags to face No. 4 Rutgers on the road Oct. 20. The high-powered Scarlet Knights were too much for the Hoosiers to handle, tallying four goals en route to a 4-2 victory.
Whether you are living in the dorms or in an off-campus apartment this year, learning to cook and maintaining a nutritious diet is challenging.
Indiana club hockey won three games in a row Oct. 20-22 at a showcase in Louisville, Kentucky. This moves the club’s record to 11-2, the strongest start the program has had in 15 years.
With Halloween drawing near, I, like countless others, find myself in the annual conundrum of choosing the perfect costume. Should I don the attire of my favorite TV character, channel the timeless essence of Barbie or perhaps indulge in the mystique of a Disney villain?
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According to Indiana University, about 25% percent of IU undergraduate students are involved in Greek life at IU Bloomington. There are 66 fraternities and sororities to choose from.
Bloomington’s bus system is one of the most convenient ways to get around campus and Bloomington itself. Especially when walking long distances can be hard during winter, it’s essential. Here’s a guide to the system:
College can be expensive, but surviving in college does not have to be. Here are some tips for balling on a budget in college.
I discovered this recipe when I was looking for a fun dessert for a dip night with my friends. This quickly became a popular dish within our friend group. It is yummy and can be made in five minutes, so I always look for an excuse to make it.
Decorating your dorm room does not need to be expensive or difficult, so don’t leave your room blank.
With colder weather just around the corner, it can be easy to stay in your room to study. However, studying in your room can have major effects on one’s ability to learn and retain information. According to the American College of Healthcare Sciences, studying in bed or your room can limit focus, decrease productivity and hurt your ability to fall asleep.
Most college students think they’d be better off with a furry friend. The newfound independence of college gives you a first taste of adulthood and the perks that come with it – including being able to care for your very own pet. But would that furry friend be better off living with a college student? Here are some issues that may come up if you adopt an animal in college, and things that you need to be prepared for.
When I first got to Bloomington, my dorm room was bare. I missed the green painted walls of my room back home. Logically, I spent the next two weeks researching plants I could keep alive in my college dorm to liven up my dingy shelves.
The IU Center for Cultural Affairs’ Arts, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Lab is hosting a data visualization competition for IU students from Oct. 16 to Nov. 17 with a reward up to $2,500.
Go in with a plan
If you live all the way across campus from the gym, you probably don’t want to venture on a 30-minute walk just to get a workout in. It's not a convenient or appealing choice.