Tried and True

Emily Warren, a freshman who has never marched before in her life, is about ...

Tried and True

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Side by side, worlds apart
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Side by side, worlds apart

In the 1980s, what used to be just another street of homes in Bloomington turned into a mecca of cultural cuisine.

Transform your summer favorites
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Transform your summer favorites

Fall is here, and a change in temperatures means a change in what we can wear. One of the best things about fall is feeling ...

Morning fuel

Morning fuel

It’s the most important meal of the day, supposedly, but fitting in a complete, balanced meal before running to catch the ...

Superpowered stories
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Superpowered stories

Try to imagine a world without superheroes. A world without men and women

gallivanting, punching, and eye-lasering ...

Hooked on training
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Hooked on training

Whether you’re just starting out or have been training for a while, Samantha shares some tips to get you started

Playtime
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Playtime

Check out Bloomington's arcade scene.

Catch some shuteye
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Catch some shuteye

You’ve got that 2 p.m. feeling — but wait, forget the bottle of 5-Hour Energy. It’s time for a power nap.

Scoop

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Mar 25, 2014

Slice: Spring Break reflections

Sad news: Spring break is officially over.

And in the midst of checking full inboxes, attending classes and getting ...

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Mar 24, 2014

Tweets of the Week: March 16-23

Though Hoosiers had the week off from classes, that didn't stop an influx of tweets about their beloved Bloomington.

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Mar 13, 2014

IN the Vault: Campus in 1930

Amid constant construction around campus and the new media school taking form this summer, it seems our campus is ever-changing.

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Mar 11, 2014

Tweets of the Week: March 3-10

The past seven days started with an ice storm and finished off in the 60s. From security breaches and midterms, Hoosiers can't ...

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Mar 06, 2014

IN the Vault: Squirrels on campus

Bloomington's famous, adorable squirrel population has probably been here forever, but the earliest photographic documentation ...