Upland Brewing Co. serves pub food and house beers at its 11th Street location. Upland Brewery's Wood Shop will host Brewtube Comedy this Tuesday, a traveling web shot that features local comedians and breweries.
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Bloomington City Council members listen to a presentation Tuesday night at a meeting to review the "Downtown" chapter of the Comprehensive Plan, a detailed resolution that establishes goals for the future of Bloomington.The council will next meet to discuss the Comprehensive Plan Sept. 12.
Jordan Ehrlich, vice president of TEDx Indiana University, speaks with senior president Alyssa Osborn Monday evening at the Fall Student Involvement Fair. Last year, the organization brought speakers to IU to speak on the theme “All Too Human.”
Risana Malik, a second-year graduate student leading the henna workshop, applies henna to her wrist Monday night. Malik holds henna workshops 5 to 6 p.m. each Monday at the Asian Culture Center.
Attendees circulate through Grunwald Gallery at the opening reception of “Light/Matter: The Intersection of Photography and Printmaking” on Friday evening. The show featured the work of 45 artists from 16 countries.
Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., socializes with the IU Dems club on Thursday evening at the Union bowling alley. Donnelly recently announced his intent to run for a second term.
Senator Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., laces up his bowling shoes Thursday evening at the Union bowling alley. He met with the IU Dems as part of his Hoosier Highways RV Tour.
Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., speaks at a press conference Aug. 26 outside of Uptown Cafe. Donnelly recently announced his intent to run for a second term.
Leslie Golomb and Taida Jasarevic tour the Arts Annex and look at student artwork Wednesday evening as part of the Light/Matter: The Intersection of Photography and Printmaking symposium. Golomb and Jasarevic will both exhibit work at the Grunwald Gallery for Light/Matter.
Crowds of people at CelestFest donned eclipse glasses to view the solar eclipse. The moon reached its peak coverage of the sun at 2:25 p.m.
Dan Rosales, a sophomore, gazes at the eclipse through eclipse glasses. Hundreds of attendees gathered at the Conrad Prebys Amphitheater to watch the solar eclipse.
Karissa Foree, a senior, dances to a DJ set at CelestFest. DJ TRØLL, Dj Brockley and Mr. Wizvrd DJed, and Boyhood Bravery headlined.
Junior defender Caroline Dreher recovers the ball during the game against Cal Poly on Aug. 18. Dreher was named IU's 2017 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award winner last week.
Junior defender Justine Lynn goes up against Cal Poly’s Jordan Patane during an August match at Bill Armstrong Stadium, which IU won 3-1. IU returns home from a seven-game road trip Saturday night for a Big Ten match against Purdue.
Junior defender Justine Lynn dribbles the ball upfield during Friday night's match against Cal Poly at Bill Armstrong Stadium. IU recorded a 3-1 victory to begin the 2017 season.
Pizza X delivers another round of pizza to Wells Library Thursday night. The library stayed open late to entertain incoming students with performances, prizes and food and drink.
Students play pingpong Thursday night at Wells Library. The library played music and provided games and food to give incoming students a place to hang out.
Shaquan “Spynteq” Davis performs with the breakdance club Thursday night at Wells Library. The library turned into a place to hang out for incoming students.
Sophomore Brittany Alberts eats a dish from the Taste of India booth at CultureFest. The festival celebrates the diversity of IU through food, activities and performances.
Freshman Maya Harris writes a note on the Wall of Writing, an activity at CultureFest on Thursday evening. Attendees receive free vouchers for food by attending an activity in the Auditorium.