The Twilight Zone Project at IU uses Media School students and community actors to re-imagine and remake episodes of a beloved 1960s Sci-Fi show.
This spring, George Pinney retired from his position as head of the Musical Theater Department at Indiana Universityl. He reflects on 30 years of teaching.
The world-renowned chef, author and food activist, teaches the importance of slow food values in a fast food world.
The One Million Stars to End Violence Project made its mark on Bloomington this year through the Lotus Blossoms Education and Outreach Program.
An exhibition at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures examines how Chinese quilts transformed from household items to celebrated artworks in the modern era.
Dena El Saffar, leader of Salaam Band, finds a way to help a cause close to her heart. No Lost Generation raises funds for area refugee resettlement agencies.
Daniel Larsen, the youngest person to have a crossword published in The New York Times, was playing Scrabble before he knew if the letters spelled real words.
IU's theatrical effects designers deployed everything from corn syrup to uncooked lasagna noodles to turn the The Duchess of Malfi into a real horror show.
Local musicians create music to lend to the Black Lives Matter movement, becoming part of the time-honored tradition of African American protest music.
This doctor's career, avocation, and family life combined to build a generations-long legacy.