Indiana University

  • Bowling For Books
    March 01 6:00pm
    Come join the Señoritas of Alpha Eta Chapter, as we host our annual event in efforts to raise funds for our philanthropy. Bowling will be $3 if your bring a book to donate or $5 without a book. All proceeds will go to Better World Books. Hope to see you there! If you have any questions please email slu87@indiana.edu.     more »
  • Monday Table Topic: Transcultural Popularity of Black Gospel Music among Japanese People
    March 02 12:30pm
    Every month, the Asian Culture Center holds Monday Table Topic, a light lunch and discussion. This month, Yukari Shinagawa, a PhD candidate in African American & African Diaspora Studies, is sharing her dissertation research on black gospel music’s popularity in Japan. Interestingly, black gospel music is popular in Japan even though C more »
  • Quarryland Men's Chorus on Mondays
    March 02 7:30pm
    Join us for open rehearsal every Monday (Aug-June), 7:30-9:30 pm at 2420 E 3rd St (First United Church).  Sing with us in August and January to prepare for auditions in September and February, or just sit back and take in the wonderful sounds (or not so wonderful - remember, it is rehearsal!) as we prepare for an upcoming concert or gig.&nb more »
  • Math and Writing Tutoring
    March 03 6:00pm
    The tutoring services are provided by the Academic Support Center. These tutoring hours are open to all students. more »
  • Beyond Boundaries: Exploring the Intersection of South Asian Culture and Sexuality
    March 03 7:30pm
    Betsy Jose, an Indian graduate student working towards her PhD in the Department of Gender Studies, will be sharing her story and experience as a South Asian woman in the LGBTQ community. Her film, Beyond Boundaries, a half-hour documentary, captures the experiences of other students struggling with the intersection of racial, religious, and sex more »
Wednesday, September 10, 2014