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Tuesday Rundown: IUWBB beats Purdue, fake IDs continue to cause problems, counseling service expands, film historian preserves film reels



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Buss, Cahill pick up first win in Mackey Arena

Seniors Tyra Buss and Amanda Cahill high-five after the game against Purdue. Together, the two seniors scored 29 points, adding to the winning score of 52-44 against Purdue on Monday, Feb. 12, in West Lafayette, Indiana. The two will play their final regular season home game against Nebraska on Saturday.  Ty Vinson Buy Photos

It took four years, and their final game in Mackey Arena, but seniors Tyra Buss and Amanda Cahill helped lead the Hoosiers to victory over the Purdue Boilermakers . Read more here.


Fake IDs continue to cause real problems in Bloomington

Confiscated fake IDs are seen at the Secretary of State offices in Chicago, Illinois. Fake IDs began to appear on American college campuses in 1984, when the drinking age was raised from 18 to 21.  Photo courtesy of Tribune News Service Buy Photos

Bouncers at Bloomington bars have seen some bad fake IDs. One had Michael Jackson’s mugshot on it. Read more here.


Counseling service expands to Eigenmann Hall

Let's Talk Now counseling service is expanding to Eigenmann Hall. The service will be offered in Eigenmann West 726.  Alex Deryn Buy Photos

A new IU counseling program doesn’t require students to share their names. They can just walk in and talk. Read more here.


Film historian preserves film reels that inspired "Hoosiers"

Andy Ulrich, a film archivist, unrolls the film of the Muncie vs. Milan Indiana High School Boys Basketball Tournament championship  from 1954. This film reel helped inspire the movie "Hoosiers". Mallory Smith Buy Photos

When Eric Grayson saw the film reels that inspired the iconic film “Hoosiers” were decaying, the film historian stepped in to save them. Read more here.

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