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Good Food: Missing the Weekend Already

The weekends for our family are about relaxing, enjoying each other, and good food.  This weekend we celebrated my birthday with pizza and craft beer.  One of our favorite places to get pizza is at Lennie’s in Bloomington, Indiana next to Indiana University.   39 more words


A Sneak Peek into the Musicians Social Network

Networking: as musicians, it is a word we are bound to hear many times before we even graduate from music school. Some of us love it; some of us hate it.   432 more words

Future Of Music

Favorite Handmade Item(s) - Talisha Coppock

This week I’m honored to introduce Talisha Coppock and her variety of  favorite handmade items made from her family. If you’re not familiar with Talisha – let me tell you a little but about her, because if you live in Bloomington, or are interested in the vitalization of our downtown area, we have a lot to thank Talisha for! 787 more words


Stink bugs are ruining my education

Throughout my collegiate years, I have come to find stink bugs are disgustingly distracting.

Last week, I was in one of my classes diligently listening to a fellow student’s presentation when it was rudely interrupted by a pesky little stink bug. 490 more words


glorified diary entry #2

I’m not the most confident person on this planet. In fact, I’d be inclined to say that I probably reside in the category of people who lack confidence. 1,531 more words

Bitching About My Life

why i iudm

Indiana University Dance Marathon, better known as IUDM, has changed the lives of so many people throughout the years. Dance marathons like IUDM allow students to be on their feet dancing with friends and kids alike for up to 36 hours straight in order to benefit the futures of hospitalized children across the country. 424 more words

Weekly Highlights for May 13

Catch up on the latest advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions.

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