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TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Ethan Moore MANAGING EDITOR Nadia Scharf

CREATIVE DIRECTOR Katy Szpak DESIGN EDITOR Cailin O’Malley VISUALS EDITOR Izzy Myszak ARTS EDITOR Lexi Lindenmayer BLACK VOICES EDITORS Jaicey Bledsoe Da’Nasia Pruitt SPORTS EDITOR Emma Pawlitz NEWS EDITOR Marissa Meador OPINION EDITOR Sean Gilley COPY EDITORS Morgan Jones Katy Szpak

2 History of IU 6 Notable alumni 7 IU football traditions

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Who was Herman B Wells?

14 History of Indiana women’s

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18 Little 500

4 IU through the years

SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR Natalie Ingalls

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12 IU’s undergraduate schools

basketball

15 IU’s Nobel Prize winners

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Iconic statues

10 Things to do

on Kirkwood Avenue

11 Legends and traditions

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Story of the Sample Gates

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Nature on campus

22 The Eskenazi Museum 24 IU Basketball 26 Campus through the seasons 27 School Songs

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How IU became the school it is today The Arthur R. Metz Bicentennial Grand Carillon is seen Dec. 6, 2021, in the arboretum. By Marissa Meador

marnmead@iu.edu | @marissa_meador

By educating trailblazers like Marcellus Neal and Frances Marshall, the first Black man and woman to graduate IU respectively, Pulitzer-winning journalist Ernie Pyle and even the creators of Crest toothpaste Joseph

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Muhler and William Nebergall, IU has made a name for itself as an influential institution across many fields. Indiana University was founded in 1820, originally named “State Seminary.” In 1828, the school was renamed to “Indiana College” before the name “Indiana University” was finally de-

cided in 1838. One of the most consequential presidents in IU’s history was Herman B Wells. During his tenure, which began in 1938, Wells expanded the campus from 137 acres to 1,800 acres. He supported the intellectual freedom of IU’s faculty and worked to advance racial equality by desegregat-

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ing IU’s campus. One of his first successes as president was desegregating the Indiana Memorial Union in the late 1930s, according to the 2001 edition of the Journal of the Indiana University Student Personnel Association. In 1947, professor Alfred Kinsey generated controversy when he established what is now

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known as the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction. Originally a zoologist studying wasps, Kinsey became interested in human sexuality and conducted 18,000 interviews in order to write a book. Although he received praise for his work, Kinsey also faced criticism, prompting then-IU President

Herman B Wells to defend Kinsey on the basis of free speech. In the 1970s, IU became known nationally for the Little 500 when “Breaking Away”, filmed in Bloomington, won an Oscar. The decade was great for sports, with the Indiana men’s swimming team winning the NCAA championship four times

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with help from team member Mark Spitz, who later won 7 Olympic gold medals. In 1976, the Indiana men’s basketball team won the NCAA championship after a perfect season, winning the championship again in 1981 and 1987. In 1987, the iconic Sample Gates finished construction, be-

coming a gateway from Kirkwood Avenue to the edge of campus after nearly a century of failed plans to build an arch-like structure in the location. Today, IU is home to 45,000 students with an endowment of $3.32 billion, a massive evolution from its 10 student enrollment when it began two centuries ago.

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IU through the years

For decades, the IU campus has offered a vibrant atmosphere for students and visitors alike. Here is a quick look at college life in Bloomington over time.

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1928 Yell leaders take a break on the sidelines of an IU football game.

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2021 Miss IU Alexandria Ford waves during the IU Homecoming parade on Oct. 15, 2021. Annual fall homecoming festivities include the parade, pep rally, football game and more.

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1968 Debbie Gaber, daughter of IU Music Professor George Gaber, sings at a fund raising concert for presidential candidate Eugene McCarthy’s campaign in Dunn Meadow.

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2014 D-Force dancers perform “Tao Yao,” roughly translated as “Tender Peach,” during the Chinese Student and Scholar’s Association’s 2014 Spring Festival.

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1987 Seniors Todd Messer, Daryl Thomas and Steve Alford celebrate after the team won the 1987 men’s NCAA basketball championship. In addition to this title, the men’s team also won the national crown in 1940, 1953, 1976 and 1981.

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1958 Then-IU President Herman B Wells, dressed as Santa Claus, throws candy to students in the Indiana Memorial Union. For decades, Santa Wells spread holiday cheer across campus.

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1996 Then-junior Shanla Sponhauer and then-sophomore Melissa Shikany exchange an embrace during the annual Dance Marathon, a charitable event to rasie money for Riley Hospital for Children. In 1996, participants raised $152,760 for the hospital.

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2013 Then-sophomores Joseph Dweck and Jana Smilowitz kiss in the Rose Well House on Feb. 14, 2013. The Well House was built in 1908 and is one of the oldest structures on campus. It’s a tradition for couples to kiss there on Valentine’s Day.

2013 Isaiah Stewart of Lawrence, Kansas, dances at the Traditional Powwow on Oct. 26, 2013. The annual event is a celebration of the diversity of contemporary Native American tribal identity. Each year, the event attracts visitors for the singing, dancing, food and vendors. IDS FILE PHOTO BY MICHAELA SIMONE

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Hoosiers of the past: Noteworthy IU alumni

By Christy Avery

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nated for an Emmy award. Mark Cuban

Throughout the years, IU has been home to many students who have made significant contributions in all kinds of careers. From actors and advocates, to authors and entrepreneurs, here’s a few people you might not have known were Hoosiers. Meg Cabot Born and raised in Bloomington, author Meg Cabot graduated from IU in 1991 with a degree in fine arts. During her time at IU, she studied art, lived in the Collins Living Learning Center and took a few writing workshops. She also worked at Viewpoint, a book and card store in College Mall. After graduation, she moved to New York City and began writing books. Throughout her career, Cabot has published more than 80 books, including the Princess Diaries series, which inspired two movie adaptations by Disney. Laverne Cox A four-time Emmy-nominated actress, producer and LGBTQ advocate, Laverne Cox studied dance at IU for two years on a scholarship before transferring to Marymount Manhattan College in New York. Cox has spoken at IU previously about her journey with gender identity and activism. Cox is best known for portraying Sophia Burset in the show “Orange is the New Black” and was the first trans woman of color to have a leading role in a scripted mainstream television show. She is also the first openly transgender actress to be nomi-

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Cuban graduated from IU in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in business. A former IU rugby player, Cuban started his career in business while he attended IU — opening a bar, starting disco lessons for sororities and paying for his junior year with a chain letter. Cuban is a billionaire entrepreneur, television personality and investor. He is featured as one of the main investors on the ABC series “Shark Tank”. Cuban is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks professional basketball team of the National Basketball Association, and was ranked number 177 on the 2020 Forbes 400 list. Cuban has supported IU endeavors in the past. In 2015 Cuban invested $5 million to start a sports media center in Assembly Hall, which was named in his honor. In 2020, Cuban donated $250,000 to the Indiana Daily Student’s Black Voices section, which supports the voices and opinions of Black students.

He also in 2022 committed to matching every dollar raised for the IU Rugby Endowment. Suzanne Collins Author and television writer Suzanne Collins double majored in telecommunications and theater during her time at IU, receiving a bachelor’s degree with distinction from the College of Arts and Sciences in 1985. Collins, who began her career in 1991 writing for children’s television shows, is the author of the bestselling “Hunger Games” series, which has been adapted into four movies and sold millions of copies. Calbert Cheaney Calbert Cheaney is a retired American basketball player and current assistant coach for the Indiana Pacers. Cheaney grew up in Evansville, Indiana, playing multiple sports and quickly found his calling in basketball. At IU, he played small forward under head coach Bob Knight from 1989 to 1993. Cheaney spent 13

years total in the National Basketball Association, playing for six teams. After his career ended, he served as the director of basketball operations at IU from 2011 to 2013. A three-time AllAmerican, Cheaney has been awarded multiple honors and remains the Big Ten’s all-time leading scorer. Colin Donnell An actor and singer, Colin Donnell began his career at IU, performing in plays and musicals all four years. Donnell graduated from IU in 2005 with a bachelor of arts, after which he moved to New York City, where he made his Broadway debut in “Jersey Boys”. Since, he has been part of multiple national stage tours, including “Wicked” and “Mamma Mia!”, and has starred in multiple Broadway and off-Broadway productions. Besides theater, Donnell has also had roles in television shows, starring as Tommy Merlyn in “Arrow”, Scotty Lockhart in “The Affair “and Connor Rhodes in “Chicago Med”.

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The histories of Indiana football traditions: Indiana football players hold up the Oaken Bucket on Nov. 30, 2019, in Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Indiana.

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Old Oaken Bucket and Old Brass Spittoon By Griffin Healy

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The Indiana football program became an official piece of the university in 1887, and the team has developed rivalries, memorable seasons and iconic wins that will forever be cemented at Memorial Stadium in those decades since. With those developed rivalries come trophies that put the game at high stakes and continue traditions within the Big Ten. Here is a history of the two trophy games in which Indiana has participated: Old Oaken Bucket (Purdue, 1925-) Indiana competes with instate rival Purdue for the Old Oaken Bucket. The concept of

a trophy for the annual football game between the two schools first came in 1925 during a joint meeting of the Chicago chapters of the Indiana and Purdue alumni organizations. During that meeting, Indiana alumnus Dr. Clarence Jones and Purdue alumnus Russel Gray were appointed to propose a suitable trophy. Later on, Jones and Gray recommended that an oak bucket be the trophy for the game, and the winner of the game get a bronze block to put on the bucket every year. The trophy was named after “The Old Oaken Bucket”, a poem by Samuel Woodworth, which describes the nostalgic scenes of his childhood. Indiana and Purdue would end the first trophy game in a tie

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0-0 on Nov. 25, 1925. The Boilermakers beat the Hoosiers 24-14 on Nov. 20, 1926, to claim the old oaken bucket for the first time. Purdue leads the all-time series 75-42-6, winning last year’s Bucket game 44-7. Indiana last won the Bucket at Ross-Ade Stadium in 2019 by a score of 44-41. Old Brass Spittoon (Michigan State, 1950-) Indiana plays in a competition for the Old Brass Spittoon against Michigan State. The trophy first came to be when Gene McDermott, a Michigan State graduate, purchased a spittoon from an antique shop in Lansing, Michigan. McDermott obtained the trophy in order to avoid a loss against the Hoosiers. A week before that match-

up, the Spartans knocked off the Fighting Irish of the University of Notre Dame. Michigan State bested Indiana 35-0 on Nov. 4, 1950, and the trophy game was born. Unlike the Old Oaken Bucket, this game had not always been played annually until the conference expansion in 2011. The Spittoon was not awarded in 1971, 1972, 1979, 1980, 1999, 2000, 2009 and 2010, because Indiana and Michigan State were not yet in the same division. Michigan State currently leads the series 49-15-2 and won the last matchup 20-15 at Memorial Stadium on Oct. 16, 2021. Indiana last won the Spittoon by a score of 24-0 at Spartan Stadium on Nov. 14, 2020.

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A look at some of IU’s statues Words by Lexi Lindenmayer lindena@iu.edu

Photos by Ethan Moore ethmoore@iu.edu

Herman B Wells The Herman B Wells statue sits near Rose Well House, accompanied by three bronze benches. This bronze statue was created by sculptor Harold “Tuck” Langland in 2000, the same year Wells passed away. Wells was the 11th president of IU and the university’s first chancellor. After his retirement as IU president in 1962, the IU Board of Trustees created a new position of university chancellor specifically for Wells. He brought IU to new heights through increased enrollment, new program offerings, campus beautification projects and all-around support of IU’s faculty and students. The statue sits with his hand outstretched, welcoming visitors to shake his hand, take a seat and enjoy the scenery of IU’s campus.

Ernie Pyle Dressed in combat attire, the bronze Ernie Pyle statue sits at a typewriter outside Franklin Hall, right next to Sample Gates. The statue, installed in 2014, was created by Langland, the same artist who created the Herman B Wells statue. Pyle was a journalism student in the early 1920s, but he left IU just short of graduation to begin his reporting career. He is best known for being a war correspondent during World War II. His writing style set him apart from other journalists, as he wrote from the perspective of a common soldier and described how the war affected the soldiers. This type of writing style and reporting won Pyle a Pulitzer Prize for journalism in 1944.

Hoagy Carmichael Tucked between the IU Auditorium and the Radio-Television Building, the statue of jazz musician Hoagy Carmichael plays the piano. The statue was created by sculptor Michael McAuley and installed in 2008. Carmichael was born in Bloomington and graduated from the IU Maurer School of Law. However, he didn’t spend too much time as a lawyer, as he also got an honorary doctorate in music from IU. Carmichael composed hundreds of songs in his lifetime, including “Stardust,” “Little Old Lady” and “Georgia on My Mind.” The statue is depicted to be writing one of his famous songs “Memphis in June.”

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Kirkwood Avenue is seen Sept. 12, 2020. By Lexi Lindenmayer

lindena@iu.edu | @lexilindenmayer

Kirkwood Avenue is the street at the heart of Bloomington. Beginning at the Sample Gates, the street is home to a wide variety of bars, restaurants and businesses for students and Bloomington residents to experience and enjoy. Whether you are looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner, the restaurants on Kirkwood have you covered. Village Deli is a classic diner specializing in breakfast, burgers and sandwiches. If you are looking for a latte, smoothie or even a bakery

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item, make sure to stop at Soma Coffeehouse and Juice Bar. FARMBloomington is known for its dishes served with locally grown food and global flavors. The menu even changes with the seasons, and there are always daily specials. If you are craving a chicago-style hot dog, cheeseburger or deli sandwich, try Fat Dan’s Deli. Other beloved restaurants include international food establishments like Z & C Teriyaki & Sushi or the Trojan Horse and pizza from either Goodfellas Pizzeria or Cafe Pizzaria. Additionally, there are various food trucks parked up the street,

such as Doner Kebab. The Kirkwood bar scene includes Kilroy’s on Kirkwood, the Upstairs Pub and Nick’s English Hut. Places like Insomnia Cookie or Hartzell’s Ice Cream will help your sweet tooth craving. If you are looking for some entertainment after dinner, the Buskirk-Chumley Theater is a venue for local festivals and plays, touring musicians and film screenings. This year marks the theater’s 100th year of business, and celebration events will begin in August and continue through May 2023. There are various stores and shops up and down Kirkwood.

If you are wanting some IU apparel, try stores like Greetings or Tracks. Along with spiritwear, Tracks also sells a wide array of modern and old vinyl records. Pitaya is a local boutique selling clothes, shoes and accessories. They stock their racks with fresh merchandise every week, so there are always new items to browse and purchase. Along with these stores, Bicycle Garage Inc. is a full-service bicycle store and repair shop, offering bike rentals for passionate cyclists. Moon Stones sells handmade jewelry, as well as exotic rocks and crystals.

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Limestone Legends: Historic IU traditions every student must know By Sean Gilley

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Whether you’re an incoming freshman, parent or simply a visitor there’s tons of information and history to soak up in your time on IU’s campus. From time-tested traditions to championship-choosing legends, learn the more intriguing stories passed down through each graduating class. The poached fish When you visit Showalter fountain, you’ll probably notice

the statue of the outspread lady surrounded by smaller statues of fish in the center of the water. This depiction of the birth of Venus may even appear slightly off for those with a keen eye. This is because one of the five surrounding fish is a replica – replacing the fish stolen after the 1987 basketball championship. Many speculate when the original statue may return. Some say it will find its way back to campus the next time IU wins a championship. Oth-

Showalter Fountain on June 14, 2021.

ers argue this has cursed IU, and we will be unable to win another championship until the statue is returned. The Wells touch A short jaunt west of the fountain is the Herman B Wells statue outside of the Student Building. The model was designed by IU South Bend Professor Tuck Langland and unveiled October 21, 2000 — located on one of benches in the Old Crescent area on campus, just southwest of Owen Hall.

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The statue portrays Wells smiling with an outstretched hand. The rumor goes that any student who shakes his hand will be endowed with academic luck, gaining the ability to ace a difficult exam they’re stressing about. The romance of the Rose Well House This stone structure is one of the oldest on campus, built in 1908 and named after IU alumni Theodore F. Rose, class of 1875, who led the project in planning and funding. This quickly became a historically romantic spot for undergrads to meet after hours due to its central location between the old men’s and women’s dorms. Many say those who kiss under this beautiful structure at midnight are bonded for life. Now, this is a widely popular spot for marriage proposals and weddings, featuring many private ceremonies for various IU alums all year long.

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A quick look at IU’s 12 undergraduate schools Students cross the street Aug. 24, 2021, outside of the Kelley School of Business’s Hodge Hall. By Ethan Moore

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College of Arts and Sciences The College dates back to the founding of IU in 1820 and is now home to more than 120 departments, programs, institutes and centers. It offers more than 80 majors, ranging from art history to chemistry. The College also houses the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, and the Media School. Kelley School of Business The Kelley School of Business evolved from the School of the Commerce and Finance, which was established in 1920. The business school was named after E. W. Kelley, an alumnus of the school that is credited for the modernday success of the Indianapolisbased restaurant chain Steak ’n Shake. Today, the business school offers many top-rated programs. Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design First known as the School of Art + Design, the art school was founded in 2016 and is now part of the College of Arts and Sciences. The school shares a namesake

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with the Eskenazi Museum of Art, thanks to donations of Indianapolis-based philanthropists Sidney and Lois Eskenazi.

Fred Luddy, who, in 2019, gifted the second-largest private donation in IU’s history. The Media School

School of Education The School of Education formed in 1923 after the Department of Education separated from the College of Arts and Sciences. The school offers programs for education, counseling and school psychology. Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies Established in 2012, the international school offers majors focused on international policies, cultures and languages. The school is named after former U.S. Rep. Lee H. Hamilton and former U.S. Sen. Richard G. Lugar, who both received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

One of IU’s newest schools, the Media School was founded in 2014 after the IU Board of Trustees voted to merge the College’s Department of Telecommunications and the School of Journalism, which was founded in 1974. Today, the Media School offers programs in journalism, media studies and game design. Jacobs School of Music In 1921, the Department of Music became the then-named School of Music after the department was founded 11 years prior. After a more than $40 million donation in 2005 from Barbara Jacobs, the wife of IU alumnus and businessman David H. Jacobs. The school offers programs in different aspects of music, from vocal performance to ballet. School of Nursing

The then-named School of Informatics was founded in 2000 and has since been joined by several different IU departments to become the school it is today. The school is named after American billionaire and former IU student

Founded in 1914, the School of Nursing is one of the largest nursing schools in the nation, spanning three of IU’s campuses. The Bloomington campus offers an undergraduate degree in nursing.

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Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs The O’Neill School, founded in 1972, combines public policy management with environmental sciences and is a top rated school for public affairs. The school was named after IU alumnus Paul H. O’Neill in 2019, who served as the United States Secretary of the Treasury. School of Public HealthBloomington The School of Public Health focuses on the instruction about disease prevention and wellness, offering programs from nutrition sciences to recreational therapy. The school was founded in 2012 after health and wellness courses existed at the university since the 19th century. School of Social Work The School of Social Work allows students to study social work, enabling them to seek careers in schools, hospitals, prisons and more. The Department of Social Service was founded in 1911 and was made into an independent academic unit following the increased need for social workers following World War II.

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Who was Herman B Wells?

By Sean Gilley

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Herman B Wells was the 11th president and first chancellor of Indiana University, but he was more than that. Wells served the uni-

versity, its faculty and its students in many different capacities to transform a once small and locally focused college into a nationally ranked and accredited institution. Born on June 7, 1902, Wells was very active in his high school, where he was voted “Funniest” and “Best All-Around Boy”. He served as the treasurer for his high school’s yearbook, wrote for the school newspaper and took part in theater productions and various fundraisers. Wells initially attended the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign before IU ARCHIVES

Then-IU President Herman B Wells wears his graduation gown June 10, 1957.

transferring to Indiana University Bloomington after his freshman year. He then went on to receive his bachelor’s degree in commerce in 1924 and, later, a master’s degree in economics, also from IU. He began teaching economics at IU in 1930 until then-IU president William Lowe Bryan appointed Wells as dean of what would become the Kelley School of Business. Wells was Bryan’s protégé and would later succeed him as the university’s president in 1937 following Bryan’s unexpected departure. It was under Wells’ presidency that the university expanded and prospered. Through his lobbying efforts in Congress and Indiana’s State Legislature, as well as his fundraising campaigns among alumni and local business, he was able to undertake what he considered the “greatest single period

of expansion” in the history of the university, according to his autobiography. Wells led the development of 15 new buildings, attracted a large cohort of new faculty and budding scholars, broadened university arts and science programs and developed the university’s international study programs. Following the end of World War II, Wells also fought to end institutional segregation, to advance academic and intellectual freedom, and to protect the local environment on and around campus. After his retirement as president in 1962, Wells was appointed to the specially created position of chancellor. He held this position — overseeing special projects, fundraising and advising the university — until his death in 2000. Although no longer with us, the fruit of his labor will continue to bloom long into the future.


The history of Indiana women’s basketball Then-senior guard Ali Patberg celebrates after a basket Nov. 14, 2021, at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. By Emma Pawliz epawlitz@iu.edu | @emmapawlitz

The Indiana women’s basketball team has been one of the school’s most successful programs in recent years. The Hoosiers are coming off of back-to-back Sweet 16 appearances and their seventh consecutive 20-win season. Still, it took more than 100 years for the program to catch up to the prominence of men’s sports at the university and gain the level of recognition that it has today. Women’s basketball first officially came to IU in 1890

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through the Department of Physical Training for Women curriculum. During its earliest years, the team practiced in the basement of Wylie Hall, formerly a chemistry building. The sole gymnasium for women provided rough conditions, including low ceilings, support beams on the court and chemical fumes from the labs upstairs. Miss Juliette Maxwell, the first director of the Department of Physical Training for Women, played an instrumental role in the advancement of the women’s athletics program. Maxwell worked tirelessly to improve the conditions of the

women’s basketball team and helped in moving the gymnasium to Mitchell Hall and later the Student Building. The women began to develop an interclass competition system, where an honorary varsity team was named at the conclusion of a tournament at the end of the year. Interest in women’s athletics grew over the years, and the university joined a formal athletic association to organize and promote women’s sports: the Women’s Athletic Association. Despite the boom of the WAA, participation in basketball was looked down upon be-

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cause of the public sentiment that women should only play feminine sports. By the end of the 1920s, masculinization and over-competition was a fear of many, including First Lady Mrs. Herbert Hoover. Her efforts to reduce the competitive nature of women’s sports led to the installation of “Play Days,” an emphasis on friendly fellowship in athletics. Still, basketball culture thrived at IU. The university hosted Play Days for both undergraduates and high school athletes across the state — the SEE BASKETBALL, PAGE 15

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Some of IU’s Nobel Prize winners By Ethan Moore

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A well-known name for most people, the Nobel Prize recognizes some of the most important and impactful academics and creatives around the world. Founded in 1901, the Nobel Foundation awards prizes in physics, chemistry, literature, physiology or medicine, peace, and economic sciences. IU cites nine Nobel Prize winners that have been affiliated with the university, whether as faculty members or as alumni. Here are a few of the more recent Hoosier winners. Elinor Ostrom - Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (2009) Ostrom was a long-time faculty member of IU’s Department of Political Sciences, first coming to IU as a visiting assistant professor in 1965, the same year she received her Ph.D. in political science from UCLA.

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14 women of Indiana took every chance they could get to play the game they loved. Sororities, dorms and other unofficial women’s organizations competed in games across campus on the daily. In 1949, the Women’s Recreational Organization took over the management of women’s athletics on campus. It expanded the basketball program into tiers — a Play Day level, intramural level and advanced competitive level — that women could join based on skill, experience and interest. At first, the Indiana women’s basketball extramural team, the most competitive of the three levels, was unable to join the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women due to budget restraints. The approaching approval of Title IX in the early 1970s made it clear that the uni-

Gicconni won the Nobel Prize in 2002 for her career contributions to astrophysics, as his work with X-ray astronomy led him to discover that outer space holds a vast array of X-ray sources, from black holes to neutron stars.

She went on to become a professor in 1974 and served as co-director and co-founder of the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis from 1973-2009. In 2009, Ostrom won the Nobel Prize for her research which “demonstrated how common property can be successfully managed by user associations and that economic analysis can shed light on most forms of social organization,” according to the Nobel Prize’s website. She was the first woman to win the prize in Economic Sciences and she shared the prize with Oliver Williamson. She died in 2012.

Ferid Murad - Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1998) Murad, a native of Whiting, Indiana, attended DePauw University and took summer courses at one of IU’s regional campuses while working to earn money for his tuition. After graduation, he earned a doctorate in pharmacology from Case Western Reserve University in addition to his medical degree. Murad won the Nobel Prize in 1998 for discovering that nitric oxide makes blood vessels relax, which laid the groundwork for modern applications in medicine like regulating blood pressure and fighting infections and cancer.

Riccardo Giacconi - Nobel Prize in Physics (2002) Giaconni was an Italian physicist who pioneered X-ray astronomy. In 1956, he traveled to the United States to work with physics professor R. W. Thompson at IU, made possible by a Fullbright scholarship. He left for Princeton University in 1958.

versity needed to find the money to allow the women’s team to compete. IU eventually created sufficient room in the budget, and the women’s varsity basketball team began their first official season in 1971. The Hoosiers joined the Big Ten in 1982, when they notched a 15-3 conference record and claimed their first Big Ten title. They appeared in five NCAA Tournaments before head coach Teri Moren, then in her fourth year in Bloomington, led Indiana to a WNIT Tournament Championship in 2018. The Hoosiers have qualified for the three NCAA Tournaments since, with an Elite Eight appearance in 2021 and Sweet Sixteen appearance in 2022. Indiana women’s basketball has made significant strides over the past decade alone and is on pace to become one of the most successful and well-known programs in all of women’s basketball history.

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Nature on IU’s campus By Lexi Lindenmayer

lindena@iu.edu | @lexilindenmayer

People claim that IU has one of the prettiest campuses, with its limestone buildings and brick trails. However, a major part of that beauty has to do with the nature and greenery students can see on their walk to class. Here are three historic spots that are beautiful, green and located right on IU’s campus.

Dunn Meadow

Dunn’s Woods

Cox Arboretum

Bordering Seventh Street and Indiana Avenue, Dunn Meadow is a large grassy expense behind the Indiana Memorial Union. The name “Dunn” comes from Samuel Dunn Jr. and Elizabeth Grundy, who came to Bloomington in 1823 and established a large farm on what makes up a big part of campus. Dunn Meadow is mainly open grass, but there are also many trees that surround the flat area. It is located next to a section of Campus River, which adds to the ambience. As a whole, Dunn Meadow is often used as a place for concerts, festivals, conventions and protests. Students also often use the area to have fun and relax, whether that is setting up a hammock or playing a game of frisbee.

Dunn’s Woods is the wooded area right on IU’s eastern side of campus. Surrounding the woods are multiple historic buildings in IU’s Old Crescent like Bryan Hall, Owen Hall and Swain Hall. There are multiple redbricked trails through the woods, allowing students to walk directly through the tall trees on their way to class or just to take in the scenery. Some students even opt to study among all the greenery and animals.

The former home of the Little 500 and the Indiana Memorial Union, the Cox Arboretum now sits as a staple and historic area on IU’s campus. The arboretum is named after Jesse H. and Beulah Chanley Cox, a couple who created a legacy of hard work, generosity and perseverance, according to the Cox Scholars Program webpage. They are responsible for the largest gift IU has ever received by an individual: $92 million. Between Wells Library and the School of Public Health, the Cox Arboretum is 174 acres of trees, shrubs and specialty gardens. Students can walk the area, lay out and study or bike along the numerous trails. A gazebo overlooks the multiple paths and a pond. In the center of the area is the 91-foot tall, 61-bell tower known as the Metz Carillon. The carillon was named after Dr. Arthur R. Metz, a successful physician and strong financial supporter of IU.

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Hot air balloons float during the early evening Oct. 10, 2020, above people relaxing in Dunn Meadow.

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What you need to know about the world’s Greatest College Weekend

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The Melanzana bike team hoists the Little 500 trophy up on the podium after winning the Women’s Little 500 on April 22, 2022, at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Melanzana was presented with two trophies and a Little 500 bike. By Austin Platt

auplatt@iu.edu | @austinplatter15

The most exciting weekend in Bloomington came back with a bang in 2022. Now that everyone has experienced inperson race days, the excitement and countdown to the third weekend in April 2023 has already begun. For any incoming freshmen

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and anyone else who, like me, had never heard of the Little 500 before coming to campus, here is the rundown. The Little 500 is a bike race modeled after the Indianapolis 500 that features teams of four undergraduate riders that race around the track at Bill Armstrong Stadium — the home of Indiana men’s and women’s soccer. If you’ve seen “Break-

ing Away,” the 1979 Academy Award winner for best original screenplay, then you’ve seen and learned about the race team Cutters, who has won the event a record 14 times. Most teams are either associated with a dorm building or a Greek life house. IU Foundation Executive Director Howdy Wilcox Jr. whose father Howard won the

Indy 500 in 1919, started the race in 1951 after he saw students racing each other around the dorms. 37 years later, the inaugural women’s race was founded after the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority fell one place short of qualifying for the race the year prior. Both Little 500 races are now under the direction of the IU Student Foundation.

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The women’s race, normally held on a Friday, is 100 laps long along the quarter-mile cinder track. The men’s race occurs a day later, on Saturday, and is 200 laps long. Qualifications, or “quals” for short, is the first piece of Little 500 competition and is typically held in late March. Quals is a big day in its own right, as each team attempts to put down a time to place within the top-33 and fraternities, sororities and other students wake up at the crack of dawn to cheer on their teams. Each rider finishes a lap and then must complete a successful exchange. Otherwise, they fail and must try again. If a team can’t complete four clean laps after three tries, they will not be allowed to participate on race day. The times in quals decide where everyone starts the race, and the top team gets to qualify on the pole and wear the green jersey for the race.

There are other pre-race events involving all the riders, known as the Spring Series. These festivities don’t change the order of the Little 500, but do serve as valuable practice for the riders. The best overall team after the four events gets to wear a white jersey for race day.

The team that wins the year prior gets to wear a yellow jersey. In 2022, Melanzana Cycling won the women’s race for the first time, and Phi Delta Theta won the men’s race for the fourth time in their fraternity’s history. All money raised by the IU Student Foundation is used

to support scholarship funds. The IUSF has handed out more than $2 million to undergraduate students. The 35th edition of the women’s race is scheduled for Friday April 21, 2023, and the 72nd running of the men’s race will be held Saturday April 22, 2023.

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The main pack of bikers round turn two early in the Men’s Little 500 April 23, 2022, at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The men’s race is 200 laps.

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The story of the Sample Gates How one of IU’s most iconic landmarks came to be By Meghana Rachamadugu megracha@iu.edu

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The sun sets Oct. 10, 2020, behind the Sample Gates.

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The Sample Gates is an iconic pair of arches that form the entrance to the Old Crescent — the oldest part of IU’s campus, built between 1884 and 1908. Edson Sample funded the construction project in 1987 and dedicated it to his parents, Louise Waite Sample and Kimsey Ownbey Sample Sr. In 1883, when Indiana University relocated from South College Avenue and South Morton Street to Kirkwood Avenue, students and faculty wanted to build a gateway for the campus entrance. Alumni from 1899-1902 created the Arch Fund, but Theodore Rose, from the class of 1875, was already planning a gateway. The Arch Fund was instead used for chimes in the Student Building. In June 1904, Rose showed his proposal to the IU Board of Trustees, who decided Rose’s plan involved too-narrow arches that would block the entrance to campus. The materials were repurposed for the Rose Well House in 1908. In 1932, Newell Sanders proposed a gateway to honor the class of 1873. Three years later,

architectural revisions were made to accommodate the surrounding campus’s aesthetic. Over 35 years, alumni and various firms submitted 10 designs for the gates. In 1961, Eggers & Higgens suggested a gothic style “Fifth Street Gateway,” which is the one we see on campus today. However, the design wasn’t approved until 1968. In 1987, the Sample Gates finished construction at last. “The gates stand as a monument to those who have gone before us, to the work and vision of all who’ve helped to bring this university to greatness,” former IU president John Ryan said at the dedication ceremony, according to Pride at IU. Today, the Sample Gates is one of the most popular spots on campus for students, families and others. It’s also a very popular photo spot for both recent graduates and incoming freshmen. “The Sample Gates, both into the campus and from the campus into the community… are not two paths, but one. For me, it is a coming in, never a going out,” Vice President Kenneth Gros Louis said at the dedication ceremony of the Sample Gates in 1987.

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A Guide to visiting the Eskenazi Museum of Art By Grant Wheeler grawheel@iu.edu

Located just north of Showalter Fountain, the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art is easily one of the most stunning buildings on campus. Housing thousands of artworks that span centuries and continents, the museum features numerous exhibits across its three floors. Admission to the museum is free, and the galleries can be visited between noon and 5 p.m.

Tuesday through Sunday. The iconic building was designed by I.M. Pei, the architect behind the Louvre, and is known for its lack of right angles. The unique space adds a grandiose feeling to the atmosphere and makes it feel as though the building itself were part of the exhibit. The collections on display come from all over the world, containing art ranging from ancient Sumer to East Asia to Oceania. Some exhibits display

Visitors explore exhibits Nov. 7, 2019, at the Eskenazi Museum of Art.

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works from 30,000 B.C.E., while others feature art from the 2010s. In its 75 years, the Eskenazi museum’s collection has accumulated roughly 45,000 works, displaying about 1,000 of them at a time. Exhibition is not the collection’s only purpose, however. The museum is intensely dedicated to the conservation of its works, with a full team of conservators working to keep the art in good shape. Visitors can see this team at work in the Conservation Studio, as well as

attend occasional guest lectures in the Conservation Analytical Laboratory. The Eskenazi museum also provides therapeutic services centered around art. With programs based in art therapy and wellness, the museum provides important, if often-overlooked, mental health services to the IU and Bloomington communities. Visitors can take part in Open Studios on the last Wednesday of each month during the academic year from 1-4 p.m.

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IDS FILE PHOTO BY ETHAN LEVY

TOP The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art is pictured Sept. 9, 2021, located at 1133 E. Seventh St.

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BOTTOM RIGHT An Orientation leader tells his group about the Eskenazi Museum of Art’s collection while they put their feet up against the wall. This was one stop of many included in the Campus Legends Tour for incoming freshman students.

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BOTTOM LEFT I. M. Pei, the world famous architect known for designing IU’s Eskenazi Museum of Art, died at 102.

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Indiana basketball heads into season with championship expectations By Emma Pawlitz

epawlitz@iu.edu | @emmapawlitz

The 2022-2023 basketball season is shaping up to be one for the books on both the Indiana men’s and women’s sides. NCAA Tournament wins at the end of the 2021-2022 season and the return of many key players within both programs will make the Hoosiers squads must-watch teams. Fans will get a sneak peak at both teams during Hoosier Hysteria on October 7 — the Friday of homecoming weekend — with the annual preseason event featuring 3-point, skills and dunk contests. Amid all the fanfare, the Hoosier faithful will have a lot to get excited about. The Indiana men’s basketball program has already received a lot of preseason hype. The Hoosiers are ranked No. 15 in the ESPN Way-Too-Early Top 25 men’s college basketball rankings and have generated a prolific amount of buzz in regards to winning the Big Ten in 2022-2023 ever since senior forward Trayce JacksonDavis announced his return to Bloomington. In addition to JacksonDavis, fifth-year seniors Race

Thompson and Xavier Johnson — both integral parts of the Hoosiers’ success in the 20212022 season — will return to the team. Indiana also has 247 Sports’ No. 8 incoming recruiting class, with ESPN top-25 ranked freshmen Jalen HoodSchifino and Malik Reneau. Head coach Mike Woodson, now in his second year, has quickly become a fan-favorite with his strong emphasis on player accountability and development. Woodson led the Hoosiers to notable wins over the ranked likes of Purdue, Ohio State and Illinois, along with their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2016. On the other side, Indiana women’s basketball has been one of the most successful programs at IU and in the nation in recent years. Head coach Teri Moren is coming off of her eighth year with the program and seventh consecutive 20win season. The Hoosier women will hope to continue their success from an Elite Eight appearance in 2021 and a Sweet 16 showing in 2022. Both of Indiana’s last two NCAA Tournament runs were halted by the eventual runner-up — the Univer-

sity of Arizona in 2021 and the University of Connecticut in 2022. The women’s program will return its top-two leading scorers, fifth-year senior Grace Berger and senior Mackenzie Holmes, and will add a slew of skilled new players. Univer-

sity of Oregon transfer Sydney Parrish, Providence College transfer Alyssa Geary and Minnesota transfer Sara Scalia will add valuable experience to the program alongside incoming freshmen Lexus Bargesser, Yarden Garzon, Henna Sandvik and Lilly Meister.

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Indiana cheerleaders pump up the crowd before Hoosier Hysteria on Oct. 2, 2021, at Assembly Hall. Hoosier Hysteria was cancelled during the 2020-21 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


IDS FILE PHOTO BY CLAIRE LIVINGSTON

TOP LEFT Then-senior Brenna Wise dances as she is introduced Oct. 5, 2019, at Hoosier Hysteria in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.

IDS FILE PHOTO BY TY VINSON

BOTTOM LEFT Cheerleaders energize the crowd during the 2018 Hoosier Hysteria in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. The IU Crimson all-girl cheerleading team won its sixth national championship title Sunday night.

IDS FILE PHOTO BY CLAIRE LIVINGSTON

RIGHT Then-junior Cooper Bybee gets the crowd to sing “Country Roads” during Hoosier Hysteria on Oct. 5, 2019, in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Each player walked out to a certain song, often singing and dancing to them.

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Campus through the seasons

IU is ranked among the most beautiful college campuses in the country. Visitors can enjoy the scenery any time of year.

FALL The Sample Gates are located in the Old Crescent area of campus. During the fall months, the trees provide a colorful canopy here and across campus. Landscape Services maintains the changing seasonal displays of flowers throughout the campus. In autumn temperatures range with highs in the 60s-70s and lows in the 40s-50s. ARBUTUS FILE PHOTO

IDS FILE PHOTO SUMMER The Arboretum is a popular place for visitors to stroll through Summer in Bloomington can be hot and humid with average highs in the 80s. Average lows are in the 60s.

IDS FILE PHOTO WINTER The Campus River that runs through IU reflects a snowy landscape. Average high temperatures during the winter months are in the 30s and lows are in the 20s, but they go lower — and can feel much lower with a wind chill.

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SPRING Tulips blooming around the Sample Gates are a colorful sight every spring. At the beginning of May, new graduates are often seen getting their photos taken around the flowers. During the spring, temperatures range from the 50s to the 70s. IDS FILE PHOTO

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LOCAL EVENTS AUG. 3 HARLEM GOSPEL TRAVELERS

WELCOME WEEK

AUG. 5-OCT. 28 (EVERY FRIDAY) FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. Choir dubbed as “the new sound in gospel music!” bctboxoffice.org

Switchyard Park 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Peruse an assortment of local food truck favorites while listening to live music in the park. visitbloomington.com/things-to-do/ downtown/food-truck-friday

AUG. 6 BLOOMINGTON CHEF’S CHALLENGE

AUG. 6 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. MIAMI (EXHIBITION)

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 7 p.m. An Iron Chef-style smackdown among three local culinary experts, who will have one hour to create a delicious recipe using a surprise ingredient. bctboxoffice.org

AUG. 7 CHRISTOPHER CROSS

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 7:30 p.m. Grammy award winner Christopher Cross is touring for the 40th anniversary of his self-titled debut album. bctboxoffice.org

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Bill Armstrong Stadium 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

AUG. 6 MOVIES IN THE PARKS: THE GRAPES OF WRATH

Bryan Park 9 p.m. bloomington.in.gov/parks/events/ concerts

AUG. 12 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. DEPAUL (EXHIBITION)

Bill Armstrong Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

AUG. 12-13 EMIL WAKIM & MADDIE WIENER

The Comedy Attic Friday, Aug. 12: 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13: 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m. Visit Bloomington’s acclaimed comedy club! Emil Wakim, the youngest winner of Bloomington’s Comedy Festival, will be performing with recipient of the 2021 Just for Laughs “New Face” title, Maddie Wiener! Comedyattic.com

AUG. 13 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. NORTHWESTERN (EXHIBITION)

Bill Armstrong Stadium 4 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

AUG. 14 BLOOMINGTON BOOGIES: THE BLOOMINGTON BLUES & BOOGIE WOOGIE PIANO FESTIVAL

Monroe Convention Center 1:30 p.m., 5 p.m. The 6th Blues & Boogie Woogie Piano Festival returns to Bloomington, along with numerous talented artists ready to perform! bloomingtonboogies.com

AUG. 17-21 IU WELCOME WEEK

IU Campus Free activities and opportunities for incoming freshmen! fye.indiana.edu

AUG. 18 WILDERMISS

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. Come experience an evening with indie rock band Wildermiss! bctboxoffice.org

AUG 18-20 CHRIS REDD FROM SNL!

The Comedy Attic Thursday, Aug. 18: 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19: 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 20: 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m. Don’t miss the chance to watch Saturday Night Live cast member and Emmy Award winner Chris Redd perform! Comedyattic.com

AUG. 20 CREAM & CRIMSON SCRIMMAGE INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY

IU Field Hockey Complex 3 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

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AUG. 25 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. BALL STATE

SEPT. 1 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. INDIANA STATE

Bill Armstrong Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

Bill Armstrong Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

AUG 25-27 TAYLOR TOMLINSON: NEW IDEAS SUMMER TOUR

SEPT. 2 INDIANA FOOTBALL VS. ILLINOIS

The Comedy Attic Thursday, Aug. 25: 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26: 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27: 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m. Come see Taylor Tomlinson’s cynical summer special! Comedyattic.com

AUG. 26 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. KENT STATE

IU Field Hockey Complex Noon iuhoosiers.com

AUG. 26 INDIANA VOLLEYBALL VS. INDIANA STATE (INDIANA INVITATIONAL)

Wilkinson Hall 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

AUG. 27 INDIANA VOLLEYBALL VS. CHICAGO STATE (INDIANA INVITATIONAL)

Wilkinson Hall 10 a.m. iuhoosiers.com

AUG. 27 INDIANA VOLLEYBALL VS. JACKSONVILLE STATE (INDIANA INVITATIONAL)

Memorial Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 3 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. NOTRE DAME

Bill Armstrong Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 4 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. NOTRE DAME

SEPT. 17 INDIANA FOOTBALL VS. WESTERN KENTUCKY

IU Field Hockey Complex 4 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

Memorial Stadium Noon iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 6 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. ST. JOHN’S

SEPT. 11 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. MEMPHIS

SEPT. 18 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. LONGWOOD

Bill Armstrong Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

Bill Armstrong Stadium 5 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

IU Field Hockey Complex 11 a.m. iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 9 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. BALL STATE

SEPT. 13 AN EVENING WITH SAM QUINONES

SEPT. 18 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. PENN STATE

IU Field Hockey Complex 3 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 9 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. AKRON

Bill Armstrong Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

AUG. 28 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. LIBERTY

SEPT. 10 INDIANA FOOTBALL VS. IDAHO

IU Field Hockey Complex Noon iuhoosiers.com

Memorial Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

AUG. 30 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. PORTLAND (EXHIBITION)

SEPT. 11 100 YEARS OF INDIANA FILM: MY MAN GODREY (1936)

SEPT. 1 WHY DON’T WE: THE GOOD TIMES ONLY TOUR

SEPT. 11 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. BELLARMINE

FOOD TRUCK FRIDAYS

Bill Armstrong Stadium 6 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

Wilkinson Hall 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

Bill Armstrong Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

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Buskirk-Chumley Theater 2 p.m. Come see fellow Hoosier Carole Lombard star in this clever, satirical comedy. bctboxoffice.org

IU Auditorium 7 p.m. iuauditorium.com/events

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Buskirk-Chumley Theater 7 p.m. American journalist Sam Quinones will lead a discussion of his book “The Least of Us.” bctboxoffice.org

SEPT. 14 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. TRINE

Bill Armstrong Stadium 5 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 16 SILENT FILM SERIES: DJ SPOOKY PRESENTS BODY AND SOUL

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. DJ Spooky presents a score for silent film Body and Soul. bctboxoffice.org

SEPT. 16 MOVIES IN THE PARKS: ENCANTO

Bill Armstrong Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 19 PETTY NICKS

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 7:30 p.m. Presented by Fonda Cash Music, tribute band Petty Nicks pays homage to icons Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks. bctboxoffice.org

SEPT. 23 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. MICHIGAN STATE

Bill Armstrong Stadium 7:30 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 25 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. MIAMI (OH)

IU Field Hockey Complex Noon iuhoosiers.com

Bryan Park 8:15 p.m. bloomington.in.gov/parks/events/ concerts

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OCT. 5 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. KENTUCKY

Bill Armstrong Stadium 7:30 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

Bill Armstrong Stadium 7:30 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 5 INDIANA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. WISCONSON

OCT. 14 JENNIFER FULWILER

Wilkinson Hall 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 7 NELLA

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SEPT. 27 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. NORTHWESTERN

Bill Armstrong Stadium 7:30 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 28 INDIANA VOLLEYBALL VS. IOWA

INDIANA FOOTBALL

OCT. 1- NOV. 26 (EVERY SATURDAY) BLOOMINGTON CITY FARMERS MARKET

Switchyard Park 7:30 a.m. - Noon bloomington.in.gov/farmers-market

OCT. 1 FALL BALLET

Wilkinson Hall TBA iuhoosiers.com

Musical Arts Center 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m. operaballet.indiana.edu

SEPT. 29 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. OHIO STATE

OCT. 1 MOVIE IN THE PARK: GHOSTBUSTERS (PG)

Bill Armstrong Stadium 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

Switchyard Park 8 p.m. bloomington.in.gov/parks

SEPT. 29 SILENT FILM SERIES: GEORGE SARAH PRESENTS THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC

OCT. 1 CONAN GRAY

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. George Sarah presents this silent film with an innovative electronic score. bctboxoffice.org

SEPT. 30 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. RUTGERS

IU Field Hockey Complex 3 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

SEPT. 30 BILL BURR (SLIGHT RETURN)

Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall 8 p.m. Presented by Live Nation, comedian Bill Burr will perform his stand-up special at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. iuauditorium.com/events

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IU Auditorium 8 p.m. iuaudtiorium.com

OCT. 1 INDIANA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. OHIO STATE

Wilkinson Hall TBA iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 2 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. PENN STATE

IU Field Hockey Complex 11 a.m. iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 2 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. NEBRASKA

Bill Armstrong Stadium 1 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 14 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. PENN STATE

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. Latin Grammy® Award winner for Best New Artist and internationally renown fueled by her powerhouse voice and undeniable presence. bctboxoffice.org

OCT. 7 CONCERT IN THE PARK: KING BEE AND THE STINGERS

Switchyard Park 8 p.m. bloomington.in.gov/parks

OCT. 8 INDIANA FOOTBALL VS. MICHIGAN

Memorial Stadium Noon iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 8 BOB MOULD SOLO ELECTRIC

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. Legendary musician Bob Mould announces his “Distortion and Blue Hearts!” tour. bctboxoffice.org

OCT. 8 KEVIN MORBY W/ CASSANDRA JENKINS: 9TH ANNUAL CONCERT FOR AMETHYST HOUSE

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 7 p.m. Join advocates, supporters, and those in recovery to celebrate the work and bring attention to those experiencing and recovering from substance-use disorders. bctboxoffice.org

OCT. 14 INDIANA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. PURDUE

Wilkinson Hall 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. This wonderwoman standup comic is also a bestselling author, the host of a daily talk radio show, launched her own podcast, and a mom of six. bctboxoffice.org

OCT. 15 INDIANA FOOTBALL VS. MARYLAND

Memorial Stadium TBA iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 15 100 YEARS OF INDIANA FILM: HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940) Buskirk-Chumley Theater 7:30 p.m. “One of the fastest, funniest, and most quotable films ever made.” bctboxoffice.org

OCT. 15 RON WHITE

IU Auditorium 8 p.m. iuaudtiorium.com

OCT. 16 INDIANA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. MICHIGAN STATE

Wilkinson Hall 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 16 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. PURDUE

Bill Armstrong Stadium 1 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 17 SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR

IU Auditorium 7 p.m. iuaudtiorium.com

OCT. 20-22 BETH STELLING: THE PETTY BETTY TOUR

The Comedy Attic Thursday, Oct. 12: 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21: 7 p.m., 9:15 pm Saturday, Oct. 22: 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m. Comedyattic.com

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OCT. 20 INDIANA WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. MARYLAND

OCT. 23 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. OHIO

Bill Armstrong Stadium 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

IU Field Hockey Complex Noon iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 21, 22, 28, 29 FALL BALLET

OCT. 25-26 MY FAIR LADY

Musical Arts Center 7:30 p.m. operaballet.indiana.edu

IU Auditorium 7:30 p.m. iuaudtiorium.com

OCT. 21 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. OHIO STATE

OCT. 28 INDIANA FIELD HOCKEY VS. NORTHWESTERN

IU Field Hockey Complex 3 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

IU Field Hockey Complex 3 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 21 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. TRINE

OCT. 28 DENNIS JAMES HOSTS HALLOWEEN

Bill Armstrong Stadium 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

IU Auditorium 7 p.m. iuaudtiorium.com

OCT. 21-29 GROSS INDECENCY: THE THREE TRIALS OF OSCAR WILDE

OCT. 28 INDIANA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. RUTGERS

Ruth N. Halls Theatre 2:00 p.m., 7:30 p.m. theatre.indiana.edu

OCT. 22 SINGING HOOSIERS FALL CONCERT

Auer Hall 2 p.m., 8 p.m. operaballet.indiana.edu

OCT. 22 SILENT FILM SERIES: NOSFERATU 100TH ANNIVERSARY

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 2 p.m. Celebrating the 100th anniversary of one of the most influential horror film of all time. bctboxoffice.org

OCT. 22 TWILIGHT

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. A special screening of a fan favorite movie about forbidden young love. bctboxoffice.org

Wilkinson Hall 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

OCT. 30 INDIANA MEN’S SOCCER VS. MARYLAND

Bill Armstrong Stadium 8 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

NOV. 3- NOV. 12 NATASHA, PIERRE, AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812

Wells-Metz Theatre 2 p.m. , 7:30 p.m. theatre.indiana.edu

NOV. 5 INDIANA FOOTBALL VS. PENN STATE

Memorial Stadium TBA iuhoosiers.com

NOV. 11, 12, 17, 18 HANSEL AND GRETEL

Musical Arts Cente 7:30 p.m. operaballet.indiana.edu

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SINGING HOOSIERS AT CHIMES OF CHRISTMAS

NOV. 11 JON MCLAUGHLIN

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. Jon was raised in Indiana and is based in Nashville. Come watch as he brings all of his experiences and beliefs into each song he performs. bctboxoffice.org

NOV. 11 INDIANA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. PENN STATE

Wilkinson Hall 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

NOV. 18 INDIANA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. NORTHWESTERN

Wilkinson Hall 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

NOV. 19 DUKE TUMATOE & THE POWER TRIO

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 8 p.m. Enjoy a night with American blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. bctboxoffice.org

NOV. 23 INDIANA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. ILLINOIS

Wilkinson Hall 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

NOV. 26 INDIANA FOOTBALL VS. PURDUE

Memorial Stadium 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

NOV. 26 INDIANA WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. MARYLAND

Wilkinson Hall 7 p.m. iuhoosiers.com

DEC. 1-4 THE NUTCRACKER

Musical Arts Center 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m. operaballet.indiana.edu

DEC. 3 CHIMES OF CHRISTMAS

IU Auditorium 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m. A tradition of holiday arrangements performed by Jacobs School of Music ensembles. iuaudtiorium.com

DEC. 9-10 JOURNEYS OF JOY: WINTER DANCE CONCERT

Ruth N. Halls Theatre 7:30 p.m. events.iu.edu

DEC. 16 STRAIGHT NO CHASER

IU Auditorium 8 p.m. Celebrating 25 years together back where it all began! iuauditorium.com

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DINING A Little Downtown Café American breakfast and diner-style options. 424 E. Fourth St. 812-287-7015 Ami A Japanese restaurant beloved by students. 1500 E. Third St. 812-339-7868 Amrit India Restaurant Authentic Indian cuisine. 124 N. Walnut St. 812-650-3812 Anatolia Delicious Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine. 405 E. Fourth St. 812-334-2991 Anyetsang’s Little Tibet Authentic Tibetan and international cuisine. 415 E. Fourth St. 812-331-0122 Asuka Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Authentic Japanese food and sushi. 2632 E. Third St. 812-333-8325 Aver’s Gourmet Pizza Local pizzeria founded in 1995. 317 E. Winslow Road 812-323-8333 1837 N. Kinser Pike 812-339-6555 1285 S. College Mall Road Suite A 812-331-5555 Azzip Pizza Personalized fast, casual pizzeria. 2894 E. Third St. 812-336-2755 Baked! Of Bloomington Offering 20,000+ kinds of cookies, milk and more. 115 N. Washington St. 812-336-2253

Bangkok Thai Cuisine A wide array of Asian cuisine with vegetarian menu options. 2920 E. Covenater Drive 812-333-7477 Bapu Fresh Delightful bubble tea, snacks and desserts. 530 E. Kirkwood Ave. Suite 104 812-287-8139 Bapu TeaHouse Walk-up bubble tea kiosk fitting for stopping to and from campus. 1789 E. Tenth St. Bedräk Cafe Breakfast foods and juicery. 409 S. Walnut St. 812-650-1110 BJ’s Restuarant and Brewhouse Family-friendly chain with an extensive list of house brews. 411 S. College Mall Road 812-650-0740 Blooming Thai Family recipe Asian fusion options. 107 N. College Ave. 812-369-4229 Bloomingfoods Market & Deli Local. Organic. Fresh. 3220 E. Third St. 812-336-5400 316 W. Sixth St. 812-333-7312 Bloomington Bagel Co. On-site, made-from-scratch bagel bakery. 113 N. Dunn St. 812-333-4653 913 S. College Mall Road 812-339-4653 238 N. Morton St. 812-349-4653 1318 E. Third St. 812-287-8353 BLU Boy Chocolate Café and Cakery European-styled desserts, chocolates and pastries.

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112 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-334-8460 Bob Evan’s Casual American chain known for family-style meals and a country vibe. 3233 W. Third St. 812-334-2515 Brothers Bar and Grill Modernized throwback to the old Midwestern corner tavern. 215 N. Walnut St. 812-331-1000 Brilliant Coffee Company Offers decadent gelato and coffee flavors. 217 W. Sixth St. 812-668-2925 Bruster’s Real Ice Cream Fresh ice cream everyday. 4531 E. Third St. 812-331-8979 Bub’s Burgers and Ice Cream Home of the Big Ugly Burger. 480 N. Morton St. 812-331-2827 Bucceto’s Smiling Teeth Pizza and pasta with personality. 115 S. State Road 46 812-331-1234 350 S. Liberty Drive 812-323-0123 Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar More than a dozen sauces to choose from. 1350 W. Bloomfield Road 812-339-2900 BuffaLouie’s at the Gables Classic wings, subs and salads. 114 S. Indiana Ave. 812-333-3030

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BRILLIANT COFFEE

BLOOMINGTON THAI

Cabin Restaurant & Lounge Dinner style food and a wide selection of craft beers. 4015 S. State Road 446 812-323-9654 Cafe Bali Asian food, desserts and bubble tea. 210 S. Grant St. Suite 1 812-287-8251 Cafe Pizzaria Serving up Bloomington’s finest pizza for almost 60 years. 405 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-332-2111 The Caffeinated Cook Scones, sandwiches and sips. 206 N. Sale St. 812-345-3623 Che Bello A Bloomington spin on classic Italian fare. 106 W. Sixth St. 812-323-0303 Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen America’s #1 Casual Dining Restaurant. 126 S. Franklin Road 812-822-1628 Chicago’s Pizza Fresh homemade pizza, breadsticks and sandwiches. 5621 W. State Road 46 812-876-6816 Chocolate Moose Creamy ice cream and shakes, burgers, hot dogs and more. 405 S. Walnut St. 812-333-0475 900 E. Seventh St. 812-855-8810

Burma Garden Traditional Burmese specialties 413 E. Fourth St. 812-339-7334

Chow Bar Offers a wide variety of Chinese dishes for all to enjoy. 216 S. Indiana Ave. 812-336-3888

Butch’s Grillacatessen & Eatzeria Sandwiches, pizza and salads. 120 E. Seventh St. 812-822-0210

Chubbies Diner Build your own burritos, bowls and salads. 118 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-650-3520

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FARMbloomington Delicious recipes using local foods with global flavors. 108 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-323-0002

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FETA KITCHEN AND CAFÉ

Cloverleaf Family Restaurant Hearty breakfast at a family-owned restaurant. 4023 W. Third St. 812-334-1077

DaVinci Fresh Italian specialties, pizza and pasta. 250 S. Washington St. 812-822-1887

Coaches Bar and Grill Great food and service with IU’s cream and crimson spirit. 245 N. College Ave. 812-339-3537

DeAngelo’s New York style pizzas, calzones, salads and pastas. 2620 E. Third St. 812-961-0008

Cozy Table Restaurant Local diner and pancake house. 2500 W. Third St. 812-339-5900

Denny’s Real breakfast 24/7. 2160 N. Walnut St. 812-336-7694

Crazy Horse Great food in a comfortable pub atmosphere. 214 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-336-8877

Domino’s Worldwide leader in pizza delivery. 908 N. Walnut St. 812-334-3030

Cresent Donut Shops A plethora of donuts to choose. 231 S. Adams St. 812-339-7771

2620 S. Walnut St. 812-335-7777

Crumbl Cookies Creative, decadent, constantly rotating cookie flavors. 1155 S. College Mall Rd. Suite B 812-668-7779 Crumble Coffee and Bakery Your neighborhood coffee and pastry shop. 532 N. College Ave. 812-287-8056 1567 S. Piazza Dr. 812-334-9044 Cup and Kettle Hand-crafted loose-leaf tea, tea blending and education. 208 N. Walnut St. Suite 100 812-287-7978 Dagwood’s Deli-Sub Shop Named the “City’s Best Sandwiches (and Biggest!).” 116 S. Indiana Ave. 812-333-3000 Dats Classic Cajun dining. 408 E. Fourth St. 812-339-3090

2504 E. Third St. 812-650-7033

Hive Top-notch comfort food. 2608 E. Tenth St. 812-287-7405

Fat Dan’s Chicago-style deli. 221 E. Kirkwood Ave. Suite 1 812-287-7944

Homie Hot Pot and Sushi Quality ingredients for the best taste, smell and presentation. 306 N. Walnut St. 812-650-1171

Feast Market & Cellar Fresh, local and seasonal menu that features brunch, lunch and dinner. 407 W. Patterson Drive 812-287-8615

Hoosier Bar & Grill Famous for breaded tenderloin and friendly service. 4645 W. Richland Plaza Drive 812-935-6333

Feta Kitchen & Cafe Fresh Mediterranean cuisine, specialty coffee, smoothies and baked goods. 600 E. Hillside Drive 812-336-3382 Five Guys Burgers and Fries Famous burgers and fries. 1199 S. College Mall Road 812-558-2448 425 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-650-7379 Greek’s Pizzeria Franchise located near IU’s football and basketball stadiums known for quality pizza, breadsticks and more. 1425 N. Dunn St. 812-822-0222 Hartzell’s Ice Cream Local, homemade ice cream. 107 N. Dunn St. 812-332-3502

5560 State Road 46 812-650-5099

Healthy Hoosiers Customizable smoothies, shakes and energy boosting drinks. 211 S. Grant St. 574-596-8597

Domo Steak & Sushi Great sushi, flavorful hibachi, excellent service. 106 S. Franklin Road 812-332-7700

Hinkle’s Hamburgers Best burgers and shakes since 1933. 206 S. Adams St. 812-339-3335

Hoosier Seoulmate Korean Restaurant Both Korean specialties and experimental combinations with the Hoosier in mind. 1614 W. Third St. 812-668-2059 Hopscotch Coffee Locally roasted, small batch coffee. 235 W. Dodds St. #102 812-369-4500 212 N. Madison St. 812-287-7767 IMU Tudor Room Casual dining in an elegant setting. 900 E. Seventh St. 812-855-1620 InBloom Juicery Juice and smoothie bar. 116 E. Third St. Suite 101 812-518-2322 India Garden Authentic Indian cuisine. 420 E. Fourth St. 812-331-8844 The Inkwell Scratch-made baked goods, breakfast, lunch and coffee. 105 N. College Ave. 812-822-2925 401 S. Woodlawn Ave. 812-287-8354

Dragon Express Chinese and Asian cuisine. 1400 E. Third St. 812-331-7030 El Ranchero Authentic Mexican cuisine. 2100 Liberty Drive 812-822-2329 110 E. Winslow Road 812-822-1302 3615 State Road 46 812-876-9900 The Elm Homey, modern environment that caters to all reasons for dining out. 614 E. Second St. 812-407-4339 COURTESY PHOTO

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Insomnia Cookies A beloved cookie chain with late night hours. 430 E. Kirkwood Ave. 463-999-1817

Judy’s Kitchen Traditional Taiwanese and Catonese dishes. 2892 E. Third St. (College Mall) 812-332-8888

Longfei Chinese Restaurant Thai restaurant with modern interpretations of classic dishes. 113 S. Grant St. 812-955-1666

Irish Lion Restaurant and Pub Authentic Irish food and drink. 212 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-336-9076

Kalao Latin American-inspired menu. 320 N. Walnut St. 812-668-2892

Malibu Grill A casual California-style eatery. 106 N. Walnut St. 812-332-4334

Janko’s Little Zagreb Tender, thick steaks and a wide selection of wine and beer. 223 W. Sixth St. 812-332-0694

King Gyros Restaurant Mediterranean style gyros, falafels, hummus and BBQ. 2000 S. Walnut St. 812-334-4144

MAJÉ Sushi Fresh sushi at reasonable prices. 601 N. College Ave. 812-332-7722

Japonee Express Japanese and Korean food in the heart of Bloomington. 530 E. Kirkwood Ave. Suite 105 812-333-7380

Korea Restaurant Classic Korean dishes and friendly service. 409 E. Fourth St. 812-339-2735

Jersey Mike’s Subs Melty cheesteak and chilled sandwich possibilities. 2618 E. 10th St. 812-822-1027

La Charreada Authentic Mexican food and great margaritas. 1720 N. Walnut St. 812-332-2343

Jiffy Treet Homemade ice cream at its finest. 223 S. Pete Ellis Drive Suite 3A 812-339-9981 4727 W. State Road 46 812-876-7770

La Una Cantina Mexican restaurant with an eclectic flare. 254 N. Walnut St. 912-287-7458

Jimmy John’s Subs so fast you’ll freak. 1827 E. 10th St. 812-333-2102 2636 E. Third St. 812-333-4100 430 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-332-9265 Joella’s Hot Chicken Nashville-Style-Hot chicken and other related dishes. 3002 E. Third St. 812-339-8497 Juannita’s Restaurant Real reflection of Mexican heritage. 620 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-339-2340

Lan Ramen & Aqua Tea Blended drinks, savory noodles and more. 250 S. Washington St. Suite 1 812-369-9986 Le Petit Café Charming French eatery. 308 W. Sixth St. 812-334-9747 Lennie’s Brew Pub / Bloomington Brewing Co. Local brews with gourmet pizza, sandwiches and pub fare. 514 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-323-2112 LongHorn Steakhouse Western beef, ribs, chops and more. 721 S. College Mall Road 812-334-1600

McAlister’s Deli Hearty-sized deli fare, served with a side of Southern charm. 2510 E. Third St. 812-333-4800 Metal Works Brewing Company A new brewery with a variety of in-house beers. 108 E. Sixth St. 812-676-1000 Mother Bear’s Pizza Voted “Best Pizza in Bloomington” eight years. 1428 E. Third St. 812-332-4495 2980 W. Whitehall Crossing Blvd. 812-287-7366 My Thai Cafe & Sushi Bar Excellent variety of authentic Thai dishes. 3316 W. Third St. 812-333-2234 My Thai Downtown Quality Thai food. 402 E. Fourth St. 812-333-3993 Mr. Hibachi Buffet Healthy Japanese barbeque. 4400 E. Third St. 812-339-6288 Mr. Pot Hot Pot Japanese-style barbeque. 2550 E. Third St. 812-287-8232 Mura Sushi & Korean Restaurant Spectacular sushi located conveniently near campus. 1793 E. 10th St. 812-369-4448 Nick’s English Hut Pizza, strombolis, burgers and Sink the Biz fries. 423 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-332-4040 Noodles and Company Pasta from around the world. 517 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-323-1400 2560 E. Third St. 812-558-0080

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NOURISH Bar Sandwiches, salads and bowls designed to be packed with nutrients. 217 W. Sixth St. 812-650-3157 O’Charley’s Steak, grill and brunch choices. 360 N. Jacob Drive 812-333-6687 Olive Garden Speciality Italian dining. 320 N. Jacob Drive 812-333-1350 Orbit Room Speciality hot dogs and bar snacks. 107 N. College Ave. Suite 001 812-369-4130 Osteria Rago Naples-inspired authentic Italian restaurant. 419 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-822-0694 Outback Steakhouse High-quality food and service with generous portions. 3201 W. Third St. 812-330-1018 The Owlery Vegetarian food at affordable prices. 118 W. Sixth St. 812-333-7344 Papa John’s Pizza Better Ingredients. Better Pizza. Papa John’s. 415 N. Walnut St. 812-336-7272 2486 S. Walnut St. 812-353-7272 Parlor Doughnuts Intriguing doughnut offerings and wonderful coffee. 322 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-650-3641 Penn Station East Coast Subs Grilled East Coast-style submarine sandwiches. 256 N. Jacob Drive 812-331-7300 Pizza X Fast delivery, great pizza. 1791 E. 10th St. 812-339-7737 1610 W. Third St. 812-332-2522 2443 S. Walnut St. Pike 812-332-8500 877 S. College Mall Road 812-355-5000 4621 W. Richland Plaza Dr. 812-876-4443

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Poindexter Coffee Fun offerings for breakfast, lunch and caffeine. 210 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-994-0500 PopKorn Kernels With a Twist Artisan popcorn flavors and mixtures. 122 S. College Ave. 812-318-3945 Potbelly Sandwich Shop Chicago-style toasted subs. 517 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-334-9846 Red Traditional Chinese with a focus on Szechuan-style spices. 1402 N. Walnut St. 812-650-3807 Rainbow Bakery Bloomington’s first all-vegan bakery. 201 S. Rogers St. 812-822-3741 Red Lobster Fresh fish, live lobster. 2617 E. Third St. 812-332-9712 Red Robin Gourmet burgers and boozy shakes, with other American comfort fare. 2846 E. Third St. 812-727-3884 Rockits Famous Pizza Late night pizza by the slice. 222 N. Walnut St. 812-336-7625 Rocky’s Pizza Pizza, stromboli and wings. 1713 N. College Ave. 812-822-3190 Runcible Spoon Cafe and Restaurant Quality breakfast and coffee, with vegetarian options. 412 E. Sixth St. 812-334-3997 Rush Hour Station Asian fusion café that focuses on Vietnamese-inspired soups and sandwiches. 421 E. Third St. 812-323-7874 Rush Bowls All-natural blended fruit smoothie and acai bowls. 1421 N. Dunn St. 812-269-1670 Sakura 15 Elegant Japanese sushi and hibachi restaurant. 895 S. College Mall Road 812-339-8076 Samira The home of Afghani cuisine. 100 W. Sixth St. 812-331-3761

Scenic View Restaurant Fine dining with a great view. 4600 S. State Road 446 812-837-9496 Serendipity Martini Bar Martini bar and restaurant. 201 S. College Ave. 314-520-1285 Siam House Speciality Thai cuisine. 430 E. Fourth St. 812-331-1233 Small Favors Farm-to-table rotating menu and wine. 402 1/2 W. Sixth St. 812-822-3658 SmokeWorks Memphis-Style barbecue joint with bourbon, whiskey and moonshine. 121 N. College Ave. 812-287-8190 Smokin’ Jacks Rib Shack Specializes in down-home southern-style barbeque. 505 W. 17th St. 812-332-7427 Social Cantina A taco and tequila joint. 125 N. College Ave. 812-287-8199 Soma Coffeehouse Fair trade, organic coffee with no corporate aftertaste. 322 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-331-2770 1400 E. Third St. 812-333-7334 581 E. Hillside Drive Suite 104 812- 668-2086 Soul Juice Fresh-pressed, organic smoothies and juices. 122 W. Sixth St. 812-717-7685 Southern Stone Cuisine of the South. 405 W. Patterson Drive 812-822-3623 Square Donuts Always fresh and light donuts. 1280 N. College Ave. Suite 1 812-337-0100 3866 W. Third St. 812-333-2799 917 S. College Mall Road 812-668-2749 Sunny Poke & Tea Bowls, noodle soup, milk tea and more. 1420 E. Third St. 812-822-0777

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Sushi Bar Sushi and Japanese cuisine. 2522 E. 10th St. 812-331-7688 Switchyard Brewing Company Selection of appetizers, pizzas, salads and brews. 419 N. Walnut St. 812-287-8295 Taste of India Authentic Northern India cuisine. 316 E. Fourth St. 812-333-1399 Texas Roadhouse Steaks, ribs and legendary rolls. 110 S. Franklin Road 812-323-1000 Toto’s Uncle Café Coffee, tea and Korean café. 3297 E. Covenanter Drive 812-287-8018 Trailhead Pizzeria Made-from-scratch gourmet pizzas, sandwiches, salads and desserts. 4303 S. State Road 446 812-837-9101 Trojan Horse Greek specialties and American favorites since 1978. 100 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-332-1101 Truffles Fine Cuisine & 56 Degrees Bar Martini and wine bar with a fine dining menu. 1131 S. College Mall Road 812-330-1111 Turkuaz Café Turkish cuisine. 301 E. Third St. 812-333-7908 Upland Brewing Company Local brews and unique twists on traditional recipes. 350 W. 11th St. 812-364-2337

UPTOWN CAFE

Uptown Café Cajun-Creole style meals with bold flavors. 102 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-339-0900 The Village Deli A weekend breakfast tradition for Bloomington residents. 409 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-336-2303 Village Pub Gastropub with creative cocktails and eats. 206 N. Walnut St. 812-668-2085 Viva Mas Mexican Restaurant & Cantina Experience Mexican food and drinks in a fun, colorful atmosphere. 2550 E. 3rd St. 812-287-8783 Wings Xtreme Wings and more. 2620 E. 10th St. 812-333-9464 Yatagarasu Modern Japanese ramen bar. 420 E. Kirkwood Ave. Suite 6 812-650-3374 Yogi’s Bar & Grill Vibrant local bar & grill. 302 N. Walnut St. 812-822-3591 Z & C Teriyaki and Sushi Speedy sushi and Asian cuisine. 430 E. Kirkwood Ave. Suite F 812-323-8999 Zero Degrees Refreshing bubble tea and shaved ice. 1285 S. College Mall Road 812-650-1005

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BARS, BREWERIES, WINERIES & CLUBS The Alley Bar

210 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-336-2216

Farm Root Cellar

The Tap

Friendly Beasts Cider Company 222 W. Second St. 812-641-5553

Truffles Fine Cuisine & 56 Degrees Bar 1131 S. College Mall Rd. 812-330-1111

108 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-323-0002

Hoosier Bar & Grill 4645 W. Richland Plaza 812-935-6333

Atlas Ballroom

Kalao 320 N. Walnut St. 812-668-2892

The Back Door

Hoppy Wobbles Pub 3876 W. Third St. 812-287-7770

209 S. College Ave. 812-334-4435 207 S. College Ave. 812-333-3123

Big Woods Bloomington 116 N. Grant St. 812-335-1821

The Bishop Bar 123 S. Walnut St.

The Irish Lion Restaurant & Pub 212 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-336-9076

Kilroy’s on Kirkwood 502 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-339-3006

101 N. College Ave. 812-287-8579

The Upstairs Pub

430 E. Kirkwood Ave. Suite 18 812-333-3003

Upland Brewing Co. 350 W. 11th St. 812-339-0900

Yogi’s Bar & Grill

1935 S. Basswood Drive 812-330-1900

302 N. Walnut St. 812-822-3591

Blockhouse Bar 205 S. College Ave. 317-753-2947

Lennie’s Brewpub/ Bloomington Brewing Co.

Bryan Park

Brothers Bar and Grill 215 N. Walnut St. 812-331-1000

Butler Winery 6200 E. Robinson Rd. 812-332-6660 1022 N. College Ave. 812-339-7233 C3 Bar 1505 S. Piazza Drive 812-287-8027

Cardinal Spirits 922 S. Morton St. 812-202-6789 The Cade 217 N. Walnut St. 812-287-7181 Coaches Sports Bar & Grill 245 N. College Ave. 812-339-3537

The Comedy Attic 123 S. Walnut St. 812-336-5233

Crazy Horse

214 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-336-8877

Creekbend Vineyard 7508 N. Woodall Rd. 812-876-5800

The Fairfax Bar and Grill 8660 S. Fairfax Rd. 812-824-8552

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108 E. Sixth St. 812-676-1000

Nick’s English Hut

423 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-332-4040

Night Moves

3160 S. Walnut St. 812-335-1850

Office Lounge 3900 E. Third St. 812-332-0911

Oliver Winery

200 E. Winery Rd. 812-876-5800

The Orbit Room

107 N. College Ave. 812-369-4130

Serendipity Martini Bar 201 S. College Ave. 812-330-6688

The Sinkhole Craft Beer Bar 313 E. Winslow Rd. 812-668-0934

Small Favors

402 ½ W. Sixth St. 812-822-3658

Steve's Place Tap Pub & Billiards 2510 W. Third St. 812-287-8152

Switchyard Brewing Company 419 N. Walnut St. 812-287-8295

Hands-on exhibits and programs that stimulate curiosity. 308 W. Fourth St. 812-337-1337

2615 E. Third St. 812-727-6959

FAMILY FUN

Metal Works Brewing Company

WonderLab Museum

Village Pub 206 N. Walnut St. 812-668-2085

319 N. Walnut St. 812-333-6006

216 N. Walnut St. 812-336-3984

Western Skateland Roller skating venue offering familyfriendly fun and private events. 930 W 17th St 812-332-7288

HOTELS

105 W. Seventh St. 812-333-0064

Kilroy’s Sports Bar

The Bluebird

Offering weekly events and parties. 3603 W. State Road 46 812-727-8309

The Video Saloon

BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse 411 S. College Mall Rd. 812-650-0740

514 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-323-2112

Urban Air Trampoline Park

Park with pool, baseball fields, three playgrounds, basketball and tennis courts. 1001 S. Henderson St. 812-349-3700

Classic Lanes

Bloomington Travelodge

Candlewood Suites

Cascades Inn

2601 N. Walnut St. 812-369-4310

Century Suites

300 S. State Road 446 812-336-7777

Comfort Inn

1700 N. Kinser Pike 812-650-0010

Bowling alley 1421 N. Willis Drive 812-332-6689

Courtyard by Marriott

The Code and Key Escape Room Escape room with immersive and interactive mystery-solving 101 W. Kirkwood, Fountain Square Mall Suite 113 812-214-1497

Days Inn

Frank Southern Ice Arena

Daily general admission ice skating. 2100 S. Henderson St. 812-349-3740 Hoosier Escape House Escape room with immersive and interactive mystery-solving 933 N. Walnut St 812-822-0639

310 S. College Ave. 812-335-8000

200 E. Indiana 45-46 Bypass 812-336-0905

Economy Inn

4805 S. Old State Road 37 812-824-8311

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 120 S. Fairfield Drive 812-331-1122

Fourwinds Lakeside Inn & Marina 9301 S. Fairfax Road 812-824-2628

Hoosier Heights Indoor rock climbing facility. 1008 S. Rogers St. 812-824-6414

Graduate

Hoosier Putt Hole Mini golf 4747 State Road 46 812-935-7888

310 N. Grant St. 812-334-2353

LaserLite

Offering group events or just a night out with family and friends. 4505 E. Third St. 812-337-0456 The Starlite Drive-In Drive-in movie theater 7640 S. Old State Rd 37 812-824-2277

210 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-994-0500

Grant Street Inn

Hampton Inn

2100 N. Walnut St. 812-334-2100

Hilton Garden Inn 245 N. College Ave. 812-331-1335

Holiday Inn Express & Suites 117 S. Franklin Road 812-334-8800

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ART GALLERIES Argentum Jewelry

Fine contemporary jewelry from across the globe. 205 N. College Ave. Suite 100 812-336-3100 argentum-jewelry.com

By Hand Gallery

COURTESY PHOTO

GALLERY WALK-MONROE CONVENTION CENTER

Holiday Inn

1710 N. Kinser Pike 812-334-3252

Home2 Suites by Hilton 1410 N. Walnut St. 812-668-5999

Homewood Suites by Hilton 1399 S. Liberty Drive 812-323-0500

Hyatt Place

217 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-339-5950

Indiana Memorial Union Biddle Hotel & Conference Center 900 E. Seventh St. 812-856-6381

La Quinta Inn & Suites 3380 W. Runkle Way 812-727-0205

Quality Inn

1100 W. Rappel Ave. 812-323-2222

Showers Inn Bed and Breakfast 430 N. Washington St. 812-334-9000

SpringHill Suites by Marriott 501 N. College Ave. 812-337-7772

Super 8 Motel

1751 N. Stonelake Drive 812-323-8000

The Beaumont House 9030 W. State Road 48 812-876-3900

TownePlace Suites by Marriott 105 S. Franklin Road 812-334-1234

Wampler House Bed & Breakfast 4905 S. Rogers St. 812-824-2077

ATTRACTIONS Cascades Park

Offers a wide variety of outdoor activities. 2851 N. Old State Road 37 812-349-3700 bloomington.in.gov/lower-cascades

Hinkle-Garton Farmstead Hosts exhibits and classes. 2920 E. 10th St. 812-336-0909 bloomingtonrestorations.org

Kinsey Institute

The institute has been a trusted source for investigating and informing the world about critical issues in sex, gender and reproduction. Explore the institute’s many exhibits and galleries. Morrison Hall, 1165 E. Third St. 812-855-3058 Kinseyinstitute.org

Lake Monroe

Home to camping, boating, fishing, hiking, hunting, swimming and other water activities. 4850 S. State Road 446 812-837-9546 In.gov/dnr/parklake/2954.htm

Lilly Library

Houses about 400,000 books, more than 100,000 pieces of sheet music and a range of special collections. 1200 E. Seventh St. 812-855-2452 Indiana.edu/~liblilly

Monroe County History Center

Learn about Bloomington’s heritage through exhibits and special programs. 202 E. Sixth St. 812-332-2517 monroehistory.org

Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center

Provides a wide range of educational and spiritual programs relating to the Tibetan and Mongolian cultures. 3655 S. Snoddy Road 812-336-6807 tmbcc.org

Wylie House Museum

Built in 1835, Wylie House was the home of Indiana University’s first president, Andrew Wylie, and his family. 307 E. Second St. 812-855-6224 libraries.indiana.edu/wylie-housemuseum

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More than 100 local artisans’ pottery, woodwork and more. 101 W. Kirkwood Ave. Suite 109 Fountain Square Mall 812-334-3255 byhandgallery.com

Cook Center for Public Arts and Humanities

Displays exhibits, shows and more. 750 E. Kirkwood Ave. artsandhumanities.indiana.edu/ cook-center/index.html Dimensions Gallery Artisan Alley space that houses featured artists, aiming to provide access to art in Bloomington. 222 W. Second St. 812-370-0278 dimensions.artisanalley.com

Eskenazi Museum of Art

A center of "cultural crossroads." 1133 E. Seventh St. 812-855-5445 artmuseum.indiana.edu

Fourth and Rogers Center for Contemporary Arts

Includes the Pictura Gallery of contemporary photography as well as screenings and workshops. 202 S. Rogers St. 812-336-0000 thefar.org

Gallery B

In Bloomingfoods Near West, this gem hosts a variety of artwork for the community. 316 W. 16th St. 812-333-7312 bloomingfoods.coop/galleryb

Gretchen's Gallery at

Bloomington Rentals & Realty Free gallery open to the public. 213 S. Rogers St. Suite 3A 812-360-2288 bloomingtonrentalsinc.com

Grunwald Gallery of Art

Home to works by professional and student artists from a variety of contemporary genres. 1201 E. Seventh St. 812-855-8490 soaad.indiana.edu/exhibitions/ grunwald-gallery

I-FELL BUILDING

Experience working artists’ studios, gallery exhibits, small businesses and a bakery. 415 W. Fourth St. 812-361-6719 ifellbloomington.com

John Waldron Arts Center

Featuring a variety of local artists in several mediums. 122 S. Walnut St. 812-349-3406 ivytech.edu/bloomington/waldron

Lotus Firebay

Hosts exhibits that align with the Lotus Education & Arts Foundation's passion for learning about and sharing various cultures. 105 S. Rogers St. 812-336-6599

Monroe Convention Center

Look for the Ralph Rogers Room at this venue to experience art from rotating Monroe County locals. 302 S. College Ave. 812-336-3681 monroeconvention.com

Not Just Rugs Gallery of Native American Art

Featuring one-of-a-kind, handmade Southwestern Native American items. 1117 N. College Ave. Suite D 812-332-6434 notjustrugs.com Rainbow Bakery A love letter to the creativity of bakery employees and clientele. 201 S. Rogers St. 812-822-3741 rainbowbakery.net

Roses Midwest Art Gallery

Minority-owned studio promoting various artists and educational opportunities. 420 W. Fourth St. 317-519-4457

Spectrum Creative Group

Stunning prints, decor and more available for sale. 101 W. Kirkwood Ave. Suite 112 812-333-0536 spectrumcreativegroup.com

The Vault at Gallery Mortgage

Featuring and supporting works of only local artisits. 121 E. Sixth St. Suite 1 812-334-9700 gallerymortgage.com

The Venue Fine Art & Gifts

Featuring a variety of works including watercolors, oils, prints, pottery and more. 114 S. Grant St. 812-339-4200 thevenuebloomington.com

Volta Glass Studio

Featuring a variety of hand crafted glass as well as a large window for viewing daily live glass blowing demonstrations. 405 W. Sixth St. Suite D-3 812-330-4191 voltaglassgallery.com

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HOUSING 10 North and The Crest Apartments 524 N. College Ave. 571-447-6118

Abodes, Inc.

940 S. Clarizz Blvd. Suite 25 812-333-3333

The Arbors

1533 Arbors Lane 844-207-5701

Atlas on 17th

118 N. Walnut St. 812-645-6202

The Avenue on College 455 N. College Ave. 812-331-8500

The Brawley Group 2670 E. Second St. 812-336-6888

Cedarview Management/Tenth & College 601 N. College Ave. Suite 1 812-339-8777

Chickering Rentals 214 N. Rogers St. 812-360-1975

Covenanter Hill

3101 E. Covenanter Drive 812-323-8021

Deer Park Management 1501 E. Hillside Drive 812-333-9355

The Dillon

525 S. Patterson Drive 812-822-3734

Elkins Apartments 940 N. Walnut St. 812-339-2859

Evolve Bloomington 1425 N. Dunn St. 812-590-8595

The Fields

1333 S. Fenbrook Lane 812-337-9000

Granite Student Living 124 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-727-7000

Horn Properties

509 E. Cottage Grove Ave. 812-333-4748

Housing and Neighboorhood Development 410 N. Morton St. 812-349-3420

Hunter Bloomington Properties 1051 S. Adams St. 812-558-0800

IU Residential Programs & Services 801 N. Jordan Ave. 812-855-1764

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Jamar Property Management 220 E. Seventeenth St. 812-330-8655

Mackie Properties 811 N. Walnut St. 812-287-8036

The Monroe

1150 S. Clarizz Blvd. 812-590-8568

Olympus Properties

SPECIALTY SHOPS & SERVICES All American Storage/Pakmail Multiple Locations 812-339-4911 Andrew Davis Clothiers 101 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-323-7730

IU Credit Union Multiple Locations 812-855-7823 Landlocked Music 115 S. Walnut St. 812-339-2574 Little Italy Market 421 E. Third St. 812-287-7143

Atwater Eye Care Center 744 E. Third St. 812-855-8436

Lola Rue & Co Home decor boutique. 114 N. Walnut St. 812-323-7010

The Quarry

The Briar & The Burley Tobacco Shop 101 W. Kirkwood Ave. #100 812-332-3300

May's Greenhouse 6280 S. Old State Road 37 812-824-8630

The Quarters

Bicycle Garage 507 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-339-3457

Railway Manor

BioLife Plasma Services 1565 Liberty Drive 812-334-1405

Renaissance Rentals

Bikesmiths 112 S. College Ave. 812-339-9970

Reserve on Third

Bloomington Salt Cave 115 N. Madison St. Suite B1 812-339-2805

Sarge Rentals

Cherry Canary Vintage Clothing 214 W. Fourth St. 812-272-5470

State On Campus

The Common Room Games 223 S. Pete Ellis Drive 812-333-4263

Stratum Indiana

EllieMae's Boutique 101 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-339-8084

Student Legal Services

FreeThink Apparel and Promos 720 S. Morton St. 812-336-0700

Tempo Properties

The Game Preserve 2894 E 3rd St. Suite 108 812-332-6602

2620 N. Walnut St. 812-334-8200

The Park on Morton 710 N. Morton St.

812-286-5560

986 S. Copper Beech Way 812-330-8700 1521 Isaac Drive 812-894-4300 913 N. College Ave. 844-335-6203 3321 S. Cheekwood Lane 812-330-1123 500 S. Park Ridge Road 812-558-3600 2623 N. Walnut St. Suite A 812-330-1501 2036 N. Walnut St. 812-334-2898

3131 E. Goodnight Way 812-333-9868 312 N. Park Ave. Suite 310 812-855-7867 812-336-2036

Varsity Properties 2029 N. Dunn St. 812-334-0333

VERVE

108 N. Grant St. 812-369-4335

The Village at Muller Park 500 S. Muller Pkwy 812-333-6800

Woodbridge Apartments 3401 John Hinkle Place 812-220-2918

Urban Station Apartments 403 S. Walnut St. 812-822-2818

Game World 901 S. College Mall Road 3289 W. Third St. 812-335-6666 Gather Retail Gift Shop 116 N. Walnut St. 812-287-8046

Minton Body Shop 3120 Venture Blvd. 812-339-9714 My Sister's Closet 414 S. College Ave. 812-333-7710 O'Child Children's Boutique 101 W. Kirkwood Ave. 812-334-9005 The Olive Leaf and Bloomington Chocolate Company 2506 E 3rd St. 812-323-3073 Pitaya Clothing store 417 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-331-1140 Revolution Bike & Bean 401 E. 10th St. 812-336-0241 Russian Recording 1021 S. Walnut St. 812-323-8777

Stansifer Radio Co.

1805 S. Walnut St. 812-336-6339

Tracks Music & Videos Apparel & Bookstore 415 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-332-3576 Tivoli Fashions 101 W. Kirkwood Ave . 812-339-6239 Vintage Phoenix 114 E. Sixth St. 812-333-2930

Granny's Candy Cupboard 224 N College Ave. 812-605-9877

V's Barbershop 923 S. College Mall Road 812-332-4897

Greetings Apparel and keepsakes. 429 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-332-2737

Zephyr Ebike Workshop 223 S Pete Ellis Drive Suite 13 812-219-1324

Global Gifts 122 N. Walnut St. 812-336-7402

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IU Parking Information PARKING REGULATIONS ONE DAY PERMITS To purchase your permit, you will need to provide your name, address and phone number, along with your vehicle description/ color. Permits can be obtained at the Henderson Parking Garage, the Indiana Memorial Union Hotel Desk and the Residential Hall Center Desks. Visitors with a disabled license plate, state disabled placard/hang tag or an Indiana Disabled American Veteran plate may obtain a visitor-disabled permit from Parking Operations.

PARKING GARAGES Atwater Garage

Located on Faculty Drive between Third Street and Atwater Avenue.

Fee Lane Garage

Located at the corner of 11th Street and Fee Lane.

East Garage

Located at the corner of Eagleson Avenue between Third Street and Seventh Street.

Forrest Avenue Garage

Located on Eleventh Street, between Forrest Avenue and Walnut Grove Street.

Fee Lane Garage

Located at the corner of Eleventh Street and Fee Lane.

Henderson Garage

Located on Fess Avenue between Atwater Avenue and Third Street. An EM-P-permit-only entrance and exit is also located on the Henderson Avenue side (west side) of the garage.

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Poplars Garage

Located on Sixth Street between Grant and Dunn streets.

METERS

Campus parking meters must be paid from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday. Parking meters are free from Friday at 10 p.m. until Monday at 7 a.m.

FREE PARKING Town and Gown Lots

Enforcement in these three lots ceases at 5 p.m. and does not resume until 7 a.m., Monday through Friday. These lots are not enforced on Saturday and Sunday. Von Lee Parking Lot (Lot # 404) Lot on the corner of Fourth and Dunn Streets (Lot # 412) Lot on the corner of Sixth and Dunn Streets (Lot # 402)

The weekend parking rule- CH and ST zones

Any vehicle may park in any CH or ST zone, 5 p.m. Friday until 11 p.m. Sunday, with or without a current parking permit unless posted otherwise.

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Parking Garages

Parking is free in the parking garages all day Saturday and Sunday.

CONTACT INFORMATION

For questions or concerns, please contact IU Parking Operations at 812-855-9848, parking@indiana.edu or visit the Henderson Parking Garage at 310 S. Fess Ave. An Equal Opportunity Employer

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EMERGENCY CONTACTS

Community Events Hotline

Bloomington Fire Dept.

812-855-4006 Tickets: 866-IUSPORTS

Safe Ride Taxi

1601 Law Ln. 812-855-7772 recsports.indiana.edu

Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall

Uber

IU School of Informatics, Computing, Engineering

IU Directory

UNIVERSITY CONTACTS

IU School of Public Health

300 E. Fourth St. 812-332-9763

Bloomington Police Dept. 220 E. Third St. 812-339-4477

IU Police Dept. 1469 E. 17th St. 812-855-4111

Monroe County Sheriff 301 N. College Ave. 812-349-2780

MEDICAL IU Health Bloomington Hospital 2651 E Discovery Pkwy 812-353-5252

IU Health Center

600 N. Eagleson Ave. 812-855-4011

IU Health Urgent Care 326 S. Woodscrest Dr. 812-353-6888

IU Optometry

800 Atwater Ave. 812-855-4447

Monroe Hospital

4011 S. Monroe Medical Park Blvd. 812-825-1111

VISITOR INFORMATION Bloomington Visitors Center 2855 N. Walnut St. 812-334-8900 visitbloomington.com

812-349-3754

IU Athletics

1001 E. 17th St. iuhoosiers.com

directory.iu.edu

Red Tire Taxi

812-332-8556

uber.com/cities/bloomington

IU Visitor Information Center Indiana Memorial Union 900 E. Seventh St. 812-856-4648

IU Credit Union

Monroe County Public Library

1320 E. 10th St. 812-855-7578 studentaffairs.indiana.edu

303 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-349-3050

TRANSPORTATION Bloomington Parking Enforcement

812-349-3436 bloomington.in.gov/parking

Bloomington Transit

812-336-7433 bloomingtontransit.com

IU Student Recreational Sports Center

812-269-2690 redtiretaxi.com

700 N Woodlawn Ave. 812-856-5754 sice.indiana.edu

1025 E 7th St. 812-855-1561 publichealth.indiana.edu

812-855-7823 Multiple Locations

IU Student Central

IU Disability Services

408 N. Union St. 812-855-6500 studentcentral.indiana.edu

ARTS

IU Office of Admissions 940 E. Seventh St. 812-855-0661

Buskirk-Chumley Theater 114 E. Kirkwood Ave. 812-323-3020 buskirkchumley.org

IU Office of the Dean of Students

Indiana Memorial Union M088 900 E. Seventh St. 812-855-8187

IU Auditorium

1211 E. Seventh St. Box Office: 812-855-1103 iuauditorium.com

IU Office of the President

Catch-A-Ride

Bryan Hall 200 107 S. Indiana Ave. 812-855-4613 president.iu.edu

Go Express Travel

IU Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President

IU Eskenazi Museum of Art

Bryan Hall 100 107 S. Indiana Ave. 812-855-9011 provost.indiana.edu

1133 E. Seventh St. 812- 855-5445 artmuseum.indiana.edu

IU Public Safety and Institutional Assurance

101 N. Jordan Ave. 812-855-7433 music.indiana.edu

847-498-8969 catcharide.com 800-589-6004 goexpresstravel.com

IU Campus Bus Service

812-855-8384 iubus.indiana.edu

IU Safety Escort 812-855-SAFE safety.indiana.edu

IU Cinema

1213 E. Seventh St. 812-856-2463 cinema.indiana.edu

IU Musical Arts Center

812-855-2004 protect.iu.edu

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