Indiana Daily Student

Allyson Mcbride

Groups return for 'Old School Reunion'

This weekend, members of historically black and Latino organizations past and present converged on campus to celebrate their groups' contributions to IU's institutions in the annual "Old School Reunion."


Dodds holds annual Couch-a-thon

Sophomore Paul Lao was exhausted. By 11:15 a.m. Saturday, he had been awake for nearly 11 hours on a sofa at the corner of 10th Street and Jordan Avenue. The annual Dodds Couch-A-Thon ran from noon Friday to noon Saturday to raise money for Shelter, Inc.


Students jailed for a good cause

During Homecoming weekend, many people were issued warrants and were sent to "jail." They hadn't really committed a crime, but they were in jail to raise money for the Crossroads Rehabilitation Center.


A fitting tribute to Lloyd Webber

\"The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber," presented at 8 p.m Friday in the Auditorium, was an evening of beautiful and diverse music. The national touring ensemble and orchestra gave the audience a taste of the wide variety of Lloyd Webber's work, focusing on the music, not the spectacle, of his acclaimed productions.


'Wartime' a tragic comedy at its best

The absurdity of life and the human perception of idealism are at the core of the modern tragicomedy in the theater. One cannot help but laugh at some moments, while at others marvel in horror at the truth that is the human condition.


Early music ensembles perform works of classical composer

Auer Hall was near capacity Thursday night for its performance of medieval music sponsored by the music school. But this time, much of the audience might not have recognized the instruments or the lyrics.



Richard Gere stands out in 'Dr. T and the Women'

At 75 years young, Robert Altman has been a Hollywood maverick for three decades and counting, which is still apparent in his latest effort, "Dr. T & the Women," a heartfelt and amusing parable about the absurd existence of a gynecologist.


Residents spending more to stay warm

The high natural gas prices in Indiana will force those who use gas to heat their homes to dig a little deeper into their pockets this winter. Many local residents are worried about how this will affect their budgets. Consumers continue to cope with inflated gasoline prices, and the dramatic jump in natural gas prices has them wondering when relief will arrive.


Brand presents budget

INDIANAPOLIS -- A room in the historic Indiana Statehouse was filled with talk of the future Wednesday as President Myles Brand molded IU's budget request around the changing face of higher education and the economy in the 21st century.


Play gives absurdist take on modern life

The critically acclaimed "Life During Wartime" draws as much from Dostoevsky as from Swift. "In the roughly five years since Keith Reddin began spending more time writing than acting, he has produced a steady stream of black comedies about the underground of corruption, political and moral, that lurks just beneath the slick sitcom surface of American life," wrote Frank Rich of the New York Times after the play's 1991 off-broadway opening. "'Life During Wartime' is an archetypal sample of its author's works."


Guest director brings Mozart opera to stage

Vince Liotta, head of Stage Directing for opera at IU School of Music, said the operas this year are all about different variations of love and how love affects humanity in different ways.



Conference season finishes at Purdue

Women's soccer coach Joe Kelley is starting to do the things he said he hoped to do with his lineup. The wealth of talent he possessed at the beginning of the season disappeared during the bulk of conference play as injuries kept Kelley's plans purely on paper.


Hoosiers seek upset at Ohio State

Freshman outside hitter Monique Pritz must not be a big fan of ESPN2. Upon learning that the volleyball team's match Saturday at Ohio State would be nationally-televised, she deadpanned "Oh really?" A shrug of her shoulders accompanied her unsuspected interrogation.


Freshman fights injury to play big role for the Hoosiers

In baseball, there is always a player that is considered the "utility" player. He's a player that could play any position on the field the coach feels necessary. For the women's soccer team, the utility player is freshman Kim Sturm. Last year Sturm had to fight through an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury that had benched her during her senior year of high school and her freshman year at IU. Despite the injury, she has returned this season to play an extensive amount of roles on the field.


Coach expects more from offense

Coach Jerry Yeagley's soccer team is riding a nine-game winning streak. It recently clinched the regular-season Big Ten title and claimed a No. 1 spot in a national poll -- but he still expects more from his Hoosiers.


No sophomore jinx this year

When it comes to team chemistry, the talk often centers around two topics: senior leadership and new talent. And then there's the middle child, constantly seeking attention. Everyone's heard of the sophomore jinx -- the phrase used for second-year players who flounder after a stellar freshman season. Fortunately for this year's men's soccer team, the sophomore jinx is nothing but a myth.


Hoosiers finish Big Ten season at Ohio State

The men's soccer team's Big Ten season isn't done yet. The Hoosiers might have already clinched a No. 1 seed in the Big Ten tournament, but they have one regular season conference game remaining.



Tyson, Golota ready to rumble

Mike Tyson's boorish behavior at a recent press conference was quite strange. The former heavyweight champion cut loose with a vulgarity-strewn rant that left officials and the media perplexed as to the result of this Friday's match with Andrew Golota (36-4, 29 KO\'s).


Intense practice results in sacrifice

It's 8 a.m. What have you done today? The crew team has been training in the water of Lake Lemon for two hours. To some it might seem crazy, but to the team it is routine. Whichever the case, it's the reason for the success of the women rowers.


Powered by Solutions by The State News
All Content © 2022 Indiana Daily Student