From strengthening current relationships to creating new ones, Teer allows users to show appreciation to the ones who deserve it most.
“The Living” was written about the Bubonic Plague and performed during the AIDs crisis, but is being reinterpreted for an audience living through the COVID-19 pandemic.
These internet aesthetics provide a visual representation of niche internet subcultures.
Indianapolis is home to a variety of Black-owned businesses that showcase the creativity and history of the city. From family-owned businesses and community wellness centers to clothing stores, Indianapolis has something for everyone this February.
Ever dreaded Valentine’s Day because you are single? Well, fear no more. Enjoy these simple ways you can celebrate Valentine’s with your friends.
The Black Student Union has organized several events for Black History Month.
Starting in the fall semester, Manuscripts’ executive team collects and edits undergraduate literary pieces to release in printed magazine form in the spring. The magazine has a variety of contests during the school year to encourage more submissions.
Rodrigo, who starred in Disney’s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, “HSMTMTS,” was rumored to have written the song about co-star Joshua Bassett.
The city-wide dining event is holding its annual Winter Fest from Jan. 24 to Feb. 6, which will feature over 100 participating restaurants across the downtown, east, midtown, north, south and west side of Indianapolis.
Butler has suspended students from meeting in groups of more than four people, yet classes will remain in person until Nov 24, the original end date of fall semester. Butler currently has 74 positive COVID-19 cases.