Today, the Indiana Daily Student celebrates 150 years of printing news. The staffs have covered stories of beginnings and ends, the big and small, the local and national. Here is a collection of some of the defining headlines of the last century and a half.
Feb. 22, 1867
March 23, 1938
Jan. 21, 1951
March 20, 2000
The IDS reported on the passing of a legend.
Sept. 11, 2001
"Students leave trail of destruction from Assembly Hall to Kirkwood" read the subhead.
The IDS looked beyond the borders of Bloomington to report the greatest American tragedy of the twenty-first century.
Nov. 9, 2016
Donald Trump's campaign made headlines in the IDS. His official election had a wrap-around cover.
Check out the stories celebrating the IDS's 150th year:
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IU has no kickers on its roster who have attempted a collegiate field goal.
Inward stoicism helps John William's protagonist survive a grim life.
Senior Lilly King and former IU swimmer Zane Grothe led the way for the Hoosiers, each winning three medals.
Bill Clinton and James Patterson team up for a fast-and-furious new thriller.
Scouts for Equality, a nonprofit organization, and Nicky Belle, director of IU’s First Nations Educational and Cultural Center, both engaged participants during NOAC 2018, which took place at IU.