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Indianapolis native crowned Festival 500 Queen Scholar

Indianapolis native Mykah Coleman has been named Queen Scholar of this year's Festival 500. The Princess Program encompasses 21 cities and 19 universities. This year's...

Photos: Indiana Fever home opener vs Connecticut Sun

Check out these photos from the Indiana Fever home opener against the Connecticut Sun on May 19, 2023! Check out the article breaking down the...

Fever falls short to Sun in home opener, 70-61

During their season-opener at Gainbridge Fieldhouse, the Indiana Fever put up a gutsy effort against the Connecticut Sun. However, the Fever fell short, with...

Black church documentary teaches cultural significance of gospel music, wins 3 awards

The racially diverse choir’s rich, energetic sound could be heard over the audience's synchronized hand claps. The vibrant red and black robes of Indiana...

Black medical student named to IUPUI’s Elite 50

Jamel Hill, a fourth-year medical student, has been recognized in the Elite 50 awards by Indiana University Purdue University in Indianapolis for his community...

Woodson deserves our respect moving forward

When Michael Dean Woodson was appointed Indiana University’s fifth men’s basketball coach in the past 20 years, many people were surprised. Despite a stellar...

IU students learn dance, culture in Cuba

More than 2,000 creatives — from artists and musicians to actors and magicians — take over the streets of Cuba each year during a...

IU professor prepares for final performance, retirement

Professor Iris Rosa is an accomplished dancer, choreographer, artist and community worker. For more than four decades, she has led Indiana University’s African American...

Teach-in, justice fair at IU Bloomington will highlight issue of violence against women of color

A teach-in event — featuring a panel presentation and town hall-style discussion, followed by a justice fair consisting of about 30 campus and community...

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson to visit IU this spring

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson will present a live, multimedia event at Indiana University Auditorium on March 22.Tyson is the host of National Geographic's "StarTalk"...
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