Armored truck, source of debate and protest, arrives in Bloomington
Mayor John Hamilton said he hopes the vehicle never needs to be used, but that it's meant to keep people safe. Read more here.
King, Finnerty, Lillard named IU Athletes of the Year
IU swimmer Lilly King was named the Female Athlete of the Year, while swimmer Ian Finnerty and former men's soccer player Grant Lillard were Co-Male Athletes of the Year. Read more here.
Mathers exhibit shares memories through historic photos
The exhibit offers visitors an opportunity to write about their own Bloomington memories. Read more here.
Orienter New Student Guide: Words of Wisdom
Leaders from around campus offer words of wisdom to the incoming freshman class. Read more here.
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