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Senior David McNamara sits in the Union to study for an up coming history exam. McNamera is also majoring in history.

Best study spots

Choosing where to study in Bloomington means knowing how you like to study. Group thinkers don’t have much fun in quiet locations, and wallflowers can be terrified by the sheer size of the Herman B Wells Library. Knowing who you are, or just how you like to absorb information, will make life easier when crunch time rolls around.

Three arrested for TV theft

A complainant gave directions to officers on how to follow the suspects, which led them to identify the group at an apartment through a curtainless window, Crider said.

Biking makes navigating a campus of 40,000+ students a little easier.

Bicycling Btown

Bloomington is crazy about bicycles. And you don’t have to be a Little 500 speedster to appreciate life on two wheels. We’re here to educate you on biking basics, starting in first gear.

Pete Goldsmith

Get to know your administration

The IU administration is made up of over 100 administrative offices and services, each of which carries out a different task. These are IU’s top three administrators, and here’s what they can do for you.

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A meal order ticket serves a second purpose as a construction note Monday afternoon at Nick's English Hut.

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The first floor dining room of Nick's English Hut sits under construction tarps and work lights Monday afternoon.

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Owner Gregg Rago sipped on a draft beer after working construction from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday afternoon at Nick's English Hut.

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The entrance to Nick's English Hut, which is currently remodeling its first floor, resembles something between traditional decorations and a construction site Monday afternoon.

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A stack of pre-made grass rolls sits in Dunn Meadow Tuesday morning. The famed IU field has been indented by the tire treads of construction vehicles.

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A stack of pre-made grass rolls sits in Dunn Meadow Tuesday morning. The famed IU field has been indented by the tire treads of construction vehicles.

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A stack of pre-made grass rolls sits in Dunn Meadow Tuesday morning. The famed IU field has been indented by the tire treads of construction vehicles.

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