• Transportation Working Group
    March 23 8:30am
    The Transportation Working Group investigates and enacts measures to address threats to sustainability posed by single-occupancy vehicles. The Working Group aims to provide and improve alternative transportation solutions, i.e. carpooling/ridesharing, bicycling, public transit, and walking. Membership in the Transportation Working Group is o more »
  • Noon Concert Series
    March 23 12:00pm
    Take a break from studying or working and ease yourself into the weekend at our free noon concerts.  Witness the incredible musical talents of international students as they play the guitar, harp, piano, violin, and a variety of other instruments at the IMU Gallery (by Starbucks). more »
  • IU CINEMA: 3 Women
    March 24 3:00pm
    “Back in the 1970s,” Steven Santos once observed, “you could make a film financed by a major studio based on a dream you had.” Robert Altman adapted his dream to the screen with help from leads Shelley Duvall (who won Best Actress at Cannes for her role) and Sissy Spacek as roommates and coworkers whose identities turn mo more »
  • IU CINEMA: Eve's Bayou
    March 24 7:00pm
    Last year marked the 20th anniversary of Kasi Lemmons’ directorial debut, Eve’s Bayou, a haunting drama about race, memory, perception, and truth. Its opening lines chill the soul as Eve Batiste (Jurnee Smollet) takes the viewer on a journey through her childhood memories, unraveling the events leading to her father&rs more »
  • Ride Lonesome
    March 25 3:00pm
    Randolph Scott is a bounty hunter bent on revenge in the sixth of his seven highly praised collaborations with Budd Boetticher. Andrew Sarris described these austere, low-budget Westerns as “constructed partly as allegorical odysseys and partly as floating crap games where every character took turns at bluffing about his han more »
March 2018