Student Work

July 17, 2014

Photography Feature Stories

July 17, 2014

Biking in Bloomington

A peculiar machine rests in a rack of cold metal next to the IU Memorial Union. The contraption has a sharp ring of metal, two wheels of rubber, and a seat made of pleasant foam. In the eyes of the world, this strange combination of parts is called a bike. But in the eyes of […]

July 17, 2014

Concussion Controversy

FIFA, football (soccer)’s governing body, is no stranger to controversy.

July 17, 2014

Night Photography

July 17, 2014

Environmental Portraits

July 17, 2014

Humans of Shakespeare

Groans and moans, is the first thing we heard when students were told they would be assigned to the topic of Shakespeare this week. So began the process of different groups trying to figure out how they were going to report on this with different angles and story ideas. Shakespeare is old school. How are […]

July 17, 2014

TV News students end the week with inspiration

The TV news workshop students end the session with a new perspective of broadcast journalism, and the opportunities it can bring.

July 16, 2014

Former Hoosier remains a leader for men’s basketball team

Despite all his early NBA success, Orlando Magic shooting guard Victor Oladipo can’t stay away from his alma-mater, Indiana University.

July 16, 2014

The Cost of a Life

On March 4, 1990, Eric “Hank” Gathers collapsed on the court during the WCC basketball finals and was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital.   He was 23 years old. “It doesn’t make sense, because you’re taking literally the healthiest people in the world, and they can die, and it’s so tragic because it’s completely […]

July 16, 2014

Pick your injury

An in-depth look into three of the most common injuries suffered by athletes of all ages.