• Media School Student Activities Fair
    August 29 11:00am
    The Media School is home to more than 20 student organizations, and you can get involved as soon as you arrive at IU. Meet members in person and learn how you can join. Learn more at: https://mediaschool.indiana.edu/news-events/events/event.html?p=11178 more »
  • ACTIVITY: Themester Quiz Bowl (First Thursday)
    September 05 5:00pm
    Memory is one topic that touches all of human activities.  Interns from the Themester 2019 program will test your knowledge of issues of remembering and forgetting with a competitive quiz that touches on history, geography, philosophy, political science, sociology, linguistics, literature, biology, current events, and pop culture. Watch the more »
  • P.S. Vieyra: Film screenings and Workshop
    September 05 5:15pm
    P.S. Vieyra: Pioneer of African Cinemas, Filmmaker, Producer and Historian Workshop Screenings Program Thursday, September 5th 5:15 -7 PM: Screening (Wells Library 048) Afrique sur Seine (J.M. Kane, M. Sarr, P.S. Vieyra, 1955, 21min) Une nation est née [A Nation Is Born] (Vieyra, 1961, 25min) Lamb (Vieyra, 1963, 18min) more »
  • P.S. Vieyra: Film screenings and Workshop
    September 06 11:30am
    Friday, September 6th--2 screenings (11:30am & 4:00pm) 11:30-1:15 PM: Screening (Wells Library 048) En Residence Surveillée [Under House Arrest] (Vieyra, 1981, 102min) 4-6 PM: Screenings (Wells Library 048) L’envers Du Décor [Behind the Scenes] (Vieyra, 1981, 16min). Ceddo (Ousmane Sembène, 1977, 11 more »
  • Héctor Tobar Reading
    September 16 7:00pm
    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Héctor Tobar will visit IU Bloomington on September 16. Tobar is the author of four books, including nonfiction works Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine and the Miracle That Set Them Free (which was made into the film, “The 33,” in 2015) and Translati more »
June 10 - 16, 2018