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Emma Grdina


A recent study about Indiana University suggests our school prioritizes social life over academic success.

Black out, drop out

A recent study about Indiana University suggests our school prioritizes social life over academic success.

Cat Power's "Sun"

Cat Power

Cat Power's "Sun" marks the energetic, and welcome, return of Chan Marshall.

EDPOSA brings Bennett for Q&A

Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett will engage in an informal question and answer session from 6 to 7:30 p.m. today in the School of Fine Arts room 102, followed by a free boxed dinner.

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Emma Grdina , Anna Teeter

A bittersweet end

The Waffle House, Bloomington's second oldest restaurant, closed for the final time Sept. 4. Locals who dined at the Bloomington staple, owned by Bud Powell, will miss the community that the 24-hour restaurant created.

Emma Grdina

Meet Will Long

Since he arrived on campus in August, Will Long’s life has been a reel of reconciliations. In less than a month, the international student will pack his bags and return to China for the first time since last fall.

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Emma Grdina

Life in the residence halls

Freshman can live in one of 10 residence halls on campus. The color of the circle denotes the percentage of international students within the dorm, the darker the color, the greater the percentage. The size of the circle denotes the amount of residents, the bigger the circle, the bigger the residence hall.

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