We predict big waves to be made by this Chicago artist in the very near future, and Culture Shock will provide a unique opportunity to see her up close and personal–and for free.
See House Olympics at this year’s Culture Shock on April 15.
Blast this for the next week and half and get hyped for what is going to be an amazing set of performances.
It’s 8:20am. You’ve overslept, and class starts in five minutes. You stumble out of bed and throw on a dirty pair of jeans and a wrinkly t-shirt. All the sudden, an idea hits you. You reach into your pocket for your phone. Never fear. Uber is here. Within minutes, your Uber driver arrives, and starts…
Listen to our conversation with Bloomington artist, Amy O, and check out some pages from the zines she helps facilitate through Rhino’s Youth Center.
Jay Som is the brainchild of singer-songwriter Melina Duterte and their music ranges anywhere from alt-rock to alt-pop.
In an attempt to engage with students and debate some important and contested topics, all of the tickets running for IUSA, or the Indiana University Student Association, met for a town hall event at the Indiana Memorial Union on March 7th. Five tickets attended, including IGNITE, Refund Supreme, Empower IU, Focus for IUSA, and Engage…
Michael Brown Sr., whose unarmed son died in a police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014, spoke at “The Social Justice Seminar: Confronting Racism and Healing Our Communities,” on Wednesday night at the Indiana Memorial Union. In the audience, a cross-legged Hispanic girl sat to hear a story that was all too familiar. Bella Chavez, an…
Headliners for annual free music festival include: Noname, SALES, Flasher, Post Animal
Station nominated in 17 awards, and took home four in national radio competition.