Director Jenny McKnight’s pared down version of Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” is currently being presented by the IU Department of Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance in the Studio Theatre. The play opened Jan. 19 and runs through Jan. 27. While the show is currently sold out, those wishing to view the performance are advised to arrive at the theater 45 minutes before showtime to place their name on a waitlist.
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As part of the IU Global Film Festival series, IU Cinema screened the documentary, “Descendant” at 7 p.m., Jan. 30 inside IU Cinema. It gave a voice to those descended from the last known ship that brought stolen Africans into the United States. Discovering the shipwreck was simply the first step. “Descendant” is about so much more.
Bloomington police are searching for the driver in the fatal hit-and-run which officers suspect killed a 37-year-old unhoused woman.
All Indiana University email communication will be unified under the iu.edu domain, University Information Technology Services announced Jan. 25 in a press release.
I didn’t seriously think about skincare until I entered high school. Sure, I washed and moisturized my skin with drugstore brands like Cetaphil and CeraVe, but by no means did I adopt a regimen of toners and serums until much later. Given my adolescent self’s lack of knowledge on skincare and beauty, it’s absolutely wild to see how intense and thorough the skincare and makeup routines of kids are today.
One thing about me — I love bad movies. But in my never-ending quest to find the next great bad movie, I sometimes stumble upon films undeserving of this reputation at all. I won’t call the older films on this list “ahead of their time” – sometimes a film’s datedness is what makes it loveable – but their comedic sensibilities do seem better suited for modern audiences. Of course, taste is subjective, but the five films that I’ve chosen to highlight feel distinctly misunderstood for their time.
The Hoosiers will next play in a road match against Ohio State on Sunday Feb. 11 at noon.
The IU chapter of Beta Sigma Psi was placed on "cease-and-desist" effective Feb. 5 for hazing.
The recently published children’s book, “Good Night, Indiana University,” by Joey Lax-Salinas, is a sincere ode to the campus and is perfect for any IU alumni to share with their families.
The club will play next in the Tri-State Collegiate Hockey League Tournament in the Queen City Sportsplex in Cincinnati, Ohio which will take place Feb. 9- 11.
About 200 people attended a vigil Friday evening in Dunn Meadow to honor the Palestinian civilians killed in Gaza as a result of the ongoing Israel-Hamas war. The hour-long demonstration was organized by the Palestine Solidarity Committee. Speakers stood in front of the 10,000 white flags planted last week by the PSC to represent the number of children killed in Gaza since the start of the war.
Indiana club hockey ended its regular season with a sweep against Bradley University on Feb. 2-3. The club played Feb. 2 inside Frank Southern Ice Arena and in Perry Park in Indianapolis Feb. 3. The club’s record stands at 25-5 with a No. 3 regional ranking, the most wins the club has ever taken in the regular season.
Indiana University introduced Climate Action Plan implementation committees in a step toward reducing carbon emissions across its campuses, in a press release Jan. 22.
The Hoosiers move to 9-2 in conference play and third in the Big Ten Conference.
After its loss to Yale University on Jan. 28, Indiana women’s tennis intended to build on the positives and return to the win column. Head coach Ramiro Azcui stressed discipline and effort as what the Hoosiers needed to bring with them on their first road trip of the season.
Indiana track and field traveled to the University of Notre Dame to compete in the two-day Meyo Invitational this weekend.
Indiana graduate student forward Mackenzie Holmes caught the ball in the post and went up only to be blocked by Ohio State graduate student forward Rebeka Mikulášiková.
Sunday afternoon was the perfect opportunity for No. 10 Indiana women’s basketball to answer questions regarding its ability to compete with top level teams. With losses to then-No. 15 Stanford University and No. 3 Iowa as stains on an otherwise spotless record, the Hoosiers approached Sunday’s top-10 showdown against No. 8 Ohio State with aspirations of recording a win on the biggest stage.
All first-year students at IU are required to live on-campus. For most, that means living in a double with a roommate. Tired of that? Here are other on-campus housing options.