By: Kristin Leaman, Bicentennial Archivist The IU Libraries and the Office of the Bicentennial hosted an event on Thursday, January 19 2017, where several civil rights documentaries were screened in the IU Libraries Moving Image Archive new Screening Room in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. These rare documentaries were made during and just after Dr. King’s life,… Read more »
T.C. Steele’s Bloomington
By: Alexis Burr, Bicentennial Intern, Class of 2017, Community Health, Bloomington In 1923 Herman B Wells (a student at the time) was photographed curiously peering over the shoulder of a painter by the name of Theodore Clement Steele. Theodore or T.C. Steele was a usual sighting on the Bloomington campus from 1923 to 1926 and… Read more »
Welcome to IU Bloomington!
By: Gabby McLemore, Bicentennial Intern, Class of 2017, Journalism and Education, Bloomington I applied for the Bicentennial internship because I wanted to gain new experiences, meet new people, and learn new skills. Well, I also needed to be able to pay rent, but you know what I mean. All of those things have happened already,… Read more »