Amelia Chong


Sep 13, 2013 12:08 am

IU to recruit on foreign trips

Starting early this month, three OIS representatives have embarked on trips to three different continents — South America, Asia and the Middle East — for recruitment opportunities.  This is the second consecutive year the OIS is applying its “targeted territory management model” to overseas school visits.


arts  •  Jan 4, 2013 12:23 am

Brown County’s Palace Theatre closes

The Palace Theatre of Brown County in Nashville, Ind., came to an end on Dec. 22 with its final performance, “Believe: A Brown County Christmas.”


Nov 26, 2012 11:22 pm

Meet Dewey

I would call it a socially interactive robot, or maybe an assistive robot. We were interested in helping people who work on computer jobs to take more regular breaks, because what we realized was that when you’re working on a computer job you can kind of forget that you have a body, basically.


Nov 26, 2012 11:22 pm

Meet Dewey

I would call it a socially interactive robot, or maybe an assistive robot. We were interested in helping people who work on computer jobs to take more regular breaks, because what we realized was that when you’re working on a computer job you can kind of forget that you have a body, basically.


Nov 6, 2012 1:47 am

A divided campus

For these six students, with conflicting partisan views, this is a divided campus.


A fire broke out around 3 p.m. Monday at 3105 E. Stratum Way, the site of an apartment building within The Stratum at Indiana Housing Compounds, injuring two firefighters and affecting 10 apartment units.


A fire broke out Monday at 3105 E. Stratum Way, an apartment building within The Stratum at Indiana Housing Compounds. An officer from the Bloomington Police Department said authorities first received a call about the fire from a passerby at 2.54 p.m.


This is the second time — the first was in 1966 — the IU Opera and Ballet Theater is staging “Der Rosenkavalier.” The opera clocks in at a hefty four-hour duration and is the department’s largest production to date. Previously, the production was performed in English, but it will be sung in German this time.


The moment captured by the lens of Ira Wilmer (Will) Counts Jr. of 15-year-old Elizabeth Ann Eckford and Hazel Bryan Massery spoke for itself. Eckford, an African-American student, cast her shaded eyes downward and was determined to not let her tormentor see her cry.


Students performed James Marvel’s interpretation of the classic opera, "Albert Herring," from Feb. 9-12 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater as part of the IU Opera & Ballet 2011-12 season.The Buskirk-Chumley was chosen instead of the more common operatic venue, the Musical Arts Center, because stage director Marvel felt that the smaller space was more ideal.


arts  •  Jan 25, 2012 9:54 pm

Israeli streets inspire artist

“The Art of the Israeli Man Hole Cover” exhibit launched at The Venue Fine Art & Gifts last Friday and a more in-depth look at the artist’s working process was offered at the gallery Tuesday night.


arts  •  Jan 19, 2012 10:14 pm

Promoter plays last Bishop show

Perhaps better known as the In-House Concert Promoter for the Bishop, Goheen has been working at the bar since it opened in 2009, a year after he finished his studies in music performance at the IU Jacobs School of Music.


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