• Amber Waves: The Many Faces of Monroe County
    November 26 12:00am
    A photographic exhibit highlighting the diversity of our community.  Mike Waddell of Anicca Photography captures portraits of Bloomington immigrants and stories of their experiences. See all scheduled NEA Big Read programs this fall Visit http://bloomingtonbigread.info/ to learn more about The Big Read&n more »
  • Asian Cultures Around Campus featuring Henna 101
    November 27 5:00pm
    Come to the ACC to learn the ancient Indian art of henna designs. We will have hands-on experience as well as the chance to learn basic techniques and designs. If bringing a group larger than 6, please email acc@indiana.edu in advance. Instructor: Risana. more »
  • IU CINEMA: Sunflower Occupation
    November 27 7:00pm
    Jointly directed by nine members of the Taipei Documentary Filmmakers Union, Sunflower Occupation is a 10-part omnibus that recounts the genesis, process, and aftermath of the student-led Sunflower Movement of 2014. The film captures the challenges of democratic protest and citizen action during a powerful period of civil disobedi more »
  • Tutoring--Math and Writing
    November 28 6:00pm
    Everyone needs a little help sometimes. That's why the Academic Support Center offers free tutoring and works with students to help them develop the study skills needed to succeed in the classroom. Tutoring assistance for a variety of subjects is available on a walk-in basis every evening (Sunday-Thursday) in several OVEPDEMA satellite more »
  • Andrzejki
    November 28 6:00pm
    The Polish Studies Center is hosting its annual Andrzejki celebration! Join us to celebrate St. Andrew's Eve the traditional Polish way, with games, wax pouring, and a chance to "divine" your future! Food and refreshments will be provided at this family-friendly event. more »
September 2017