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She was an optimist

On our road trip to Bloomington Indiana this summer (ultimately to attend a wedding), I discovered this tombstone in a small cemetery, Dunn Cemetery, between the student union and the small Beck Chapel on the campus of Indiana University. 292 more words

Agnes Alexander

Frozen Pizza

Lately, my roommates and I have been cooking each night. We’re off campus and blowing our refund money, so it’s no problem (not yet). A couple of days ago, I decided I didn’t feel like cooking or buying anything. 307 more words

College

Former Warren Central sprinter eyes history at World Championships

Candyce McGrone has put herself in position to make Indiana track and field history.

The 26-year-old Warren Central graduate qualified for Friday’s 200-meter final at the World Championships in Beijing. 527 more words

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Beethoven's "Eroica," Symphony #3 in E flat Major, Opus 55, 1803 - 1804

If I recall correctly, the tale goes somewhat like this:

Beethoven was chatting with his comrades in his home when one of the other men informs the maestro that Napoleon Bonaparte has just crowned himself Emperor of France.   1,239 more words

kurtnemes reblogged this on Kurt Nemes' Classical Music Almanac and commented:

Great, thoughtful, informative post about this piece and the historical context in which Beethoven birthed it. [youtube="https://youtu.be/YObQ6bP0eDQ"]

IU Cinema staffer creates international event showcasing films directed by women (Indiana University)

Source: http://inside.iu.edu/spotlights-profiles/featured/2015-08-26-directed-by-women.shtml

IU Cinema staffer creates international event showcasing films directed by women

August 26, 2015

by Bethany Nolan, nolanb@indiana.edu

A movement that started as one IU Cinema employee’s personal challenge to watch more films directed by women has since morphed into a 14-day international phenomenon. 473 more words

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Working with too many men causes stress, study finds

Be careful, ladies: Working with too many men could be taxing for your health! At least, that is the conclusion of a new study by the Indiana University Bloomington, which looked at the daily stress hormone patterns for over 440 women working in male-dominated fields (more than 85 percent male). 69 more words

Human And Civil Rights

Assistant Professor of Photography, IU | Elizabeth M. Claffey

Congratulations Texas Woman’s University Alumna, Elizabeth M. Claffey, for her appointment as Assistant Professor of Photography at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.

Elizabeth M. Claffey is an Assistant Professor of Photography at Indiana University in Bloomington.   51 more words

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