This is a four-part series about IU's system of sexual assault investigations. In a heated national conversation, criticism of university sexual assault investigations is multiplying. IU is no different. Students on both sides — those who have reported and have been accused — say IU’s system can do better.
For years, Amanda Grant lived in fear of her father and his rage. Now, at 19, she’s suing him for the abuse she suffered.
Bob Knight couldn't control that he would grow old one day. He just didn't get to grow old how he planned.
After 25 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Darryl Pinkins is finally free. Now he's starting over in a world that did not wait for him.
This is the fourth installment in an IDS series covering the opioid epidemic across Indiana.Will Cooke is the only doctor in Austin, Indiana, a city that in 2015 experienced the worst HIV outbreak in US history. Two years later, his work is still not done.
This is the third installment in an IDS series covering the opioid epidemic across Indiana.Two years ago, Brittany Combs would have been scared to drive into neighborhoods populated by drug addicts. But now, she makes sure she's there every week, trying to save their lives.
This is the second installment in an IDS series covering the opioid epidemic across Indiana.Public health nurse Jackie Crane sees addiction and overdose at work every day. She never thought she'd see it happen to her own son.
This is the first installment in an IDS series covering the opioid epidemic across Indiana.The opioid epidemic ravages southern Indiana. Debate remains among lawmakers and advocates as to how it should be handled. And in the middle of it all, people with addictions brace for impact.
President Trump signed an executive order January 27, 2017 prohibiting all citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from traveling to the US for 90 days. Following the order, protests erupted across the nation. The IDS sent reporters to cover protests and monitored the reactions of policy-makers and educators on social media. This is what they saw.
The IDS sent a team of journalists to cover the inauguration. Here is a compilation of their reporting from the weekend of Jan. 20, 2017.
Amid rising deforestation, a Brown County logger defends responsible practice. Kevin Pool , center, and Gary look up at the canopy for the next tree to cut at a logging site on the east side of Indianapolis, Indiana on Dec. 2. "I'm always looking up," Pool said. "You see that? That's what they call a widow maker."
More big cats live in captivity in the U.S. than in the wild. They often come from abusive homes and are left in the abandoned circuses, barns and basements. For these nearly 200 big cats, Indiana is home.
PART THREE of our sexual assault investigation series: One investigation, six weeks, thirteen missing pages. IU found a total of seven alleged victims of a former ballet instructor.
PART TWO of our sexual assault investigation series: Kendall Locey, now a junior, in front of Read where she lived, said she was sexually assaulted there a few weeks into her freshman year in an off-campus fratenity. Kendall walked back to her dorm without any memory at that night. The time period between a freshman's first week on campus in August and Thanksgiving Break in late November is known as the Red Zone, when young students are more vulnerable and at risk for sexual assault. There are many things Kendall wishes she had known prior to that night.
PART ONE of our sexual assault investigation series: One night, two IU students and the thin line between a hook-up and a rape.
This annual new student guide is an Indiana Daily Student special publications offering an introduction to student life and experiences on the IU campus and in the city of Bloomington. It is distributed to new IU families during their orientation on campus.
Parent Guide, an Indiana Daily Student special publication, offers insight to parents about their student's freshman experience at IU. It is published along with the annual Orienter new student guide.
Five years ago, Lauren Spierer disappeared, sparking an exhaustive search that gained national attention. Today the police claim Lauren isn't a 'cold case,' but there are still no leads as to where she might be.
Three years ago, the Potenza family survived a brutal home invasion. It took them five months to move back home. Today, they're living lives without bitterness. They're moving on.
IU has five main meters measuring how much electricity buildings are using. They account for big chunks of the campus.
Find all the Indiana Daily Student's coverage of the 2016 Little 500 races. Pick up a copy of the print guide to take with you to the races.
Light should be a source of safety in times of danger, but the 56 blue light emergency phones adorning the Indiana University campus are just a distraction for police and a plaything for students. IU continues to install new blue lights with every new construction.
Indiana is hit hard by the opioid epidemic. Medical experts say medicine is the most effective treatment. Why aren’t we using it?
Despite a growing mistrust of men and women in uniform, students like Conner Dunn continue to attend the IUPD Academy in pursuit of a profession in serious need of a better image
After police find meth inside a property, homeowners are left to deal with the toxic mess. Ryan Weaver is the one they call to make those houses livable again.
IU student Maccabee Griffin left the Iraqi desert nearly a decade ago, but the war still rages inside him. The veteran fights tremors that wrack his body as he struggles to find peace.
Facing culture and language barriers, international students come to an institution that struggles to prepare them for life in American campus culture.
Weekend has all you need to get prepared for the release of Kanye West's new album, "The Life of Pablo."
As the scientific community debates, IU researchers use a new gene editing system to alter the DNA of fruit flies. The system, CRISPR, allows scientists to mutate flies in more specific ways than ever before.
Amy Cozad is the No. 1 diver in the country. Jessica Parratto is the No. 2. They compete next to each other every day in IU's Councilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center, each hoping to earn one of two spots on the U.S. Olympic team.
Haley Wilson started her freshman year only a few months after the murder of her older sister, Hannah Wilson. Haley wants to be strong. But when you're only 18 and your world has cracked open, how do you know what strong is?
BJ Toole, Abby Ridgeway and Emily all have struggled with anxiety or depression during their time at IU. Each has sought out mental health services from hometown doctors, physicians at the IU Health Center or psychiatrists at Counseling and Psychological Services. Data provided by CAPS shows that anxiety diagnoses among IU students is on the rise, steadily surpassing depression diagnoses.
Check out our comprehensive guide to IU Homecoming weekend's events, traditions and the football game.
Parent Guide offers insight to parents about their student's freshman experience at IU. It is published along with the annual Orienter new student guide.
This annual new student guide offers an introduction to student life and experiences on the IU campus and in the city of Bloomington. It is distributed to new IU families during their orientation on campus.
The jail is becoming Monroe County's new mental health hospital. With Sunday's suicide, it's apparent some inmates are falling through the cracks.
Students seeking counseling have reached an all-time high. Does CAPS have the resources to treat them?
The average IU football ticket on Stubhub.com is $41, which is down from $45 from the 2013 season. Still, Jeffrey tries his luck at making a profit by buying low and selling at face-value.
When Lyndsay Jones reported she was raped, she turned to IU for justice. But cases like hers aren't that simple. Amid a federal review of IU's handling of sexual assault, her account raises questions about the University procedures. Read part two of the IDS investigations series on sexual assault.
When Emily Smith reported she was raped, a prosecutor believed her. But believing her was not enough to be able to prove it in court. Read the first installment of the IDS investigations series on sexual assault here.
Four students died this semester, three in a 15-day period. Somewhere between balancing private grief and public concern, the campus community is left wondering: How many students die, and what causes their deaths? IU doesn't always know.
Inside: Meet this year's teams, their leaders and the challenges they face. Take a look at the globe-trotting former Hoosiers playing professionally all over the world.
Find a house and make it home. Get roommate advice, ideas for decorating, tips on cooking on-the-cheap, and more.
Inside: a look into the rivalry between IU and Michigan State, a preview of the football game, and an introduction to the Homecoming Court.
It's here. Find out how IU teams prepare for conference play with the help of the Indiana Daily Student Big Ten Guide.
Lauren Spierer, who has yet to be located following exhaustive searches through a three-year span, was a sophomore at the time of her disappearance June 3, 2011.
This annual new student guide is an Indiana Daily Student special publication offering an introduction to student life and experiences on the IU campus and in the city of Bloomington.
Age of Change: During McRobbie's presidency, seven IU schools have been created, closed or consolidated to adapt to 21st century demands. But are these changes working?
Enjoy coverage of America's greatest college weekend. Inside, you'll find an interactive track guide and a row-by-row breakdown of every team in this year's races. Be sure to check out the all-time historic statistics, including qualification times and race finishing times.
This is where all of the Indiana Daily Student's coverage of the 2016 Little 500 races will live. The IDS will be adding more content as the season goes on, so continue to check here for continued coverage.
Nobody is quite sure whose idea it was to bring the buckets to Nick’s. The idea for a drinking club using buckets came from a bar someone visited in Wyoming in the early 1970s. The 120 tin buckets were hung on 120 hooks above the main bar for elite regulars.
Janice Renn, mother of Kim Camm, now wears her daughter's locket with photos of her grandchildren Brad and Jill as toddlers tucked inside. Janice and Frank Renn blame David for the murders of their eldest daughter and only grand kids. "It's hard for me to believe, but I'm convinced Dave had done this," Frank Renn said.
Angi Fiege stands at the grave of her 19 year old daughter Rachael, who died Aug. 23, 2013 after falling down a set of stairs at her first party at IU. In the months after her death, Rachael's family and friends have been burdened by misconceptions of who their daughter was and what really happened to her that night.
Aja Morrow points to an international student within a tree collage she made to illustrate interconnectedness. No matter what country of origin, to Aja it is important that all students are integrated together.
Convicted killer Robert E. Lee's case has been a protracted journey. Lee’s crooked odyssey tapped into our most primal fears, revealing our confusion about punishment, forgiveness and the limits of freedom.
Sexual assault issues are highlighted for one month every year. But for the people who experience sexual assault firsthand, the memories last for years.
We all know where we were when the towers fell. This is a collection of compelling stories from the IU community and analyses of 9/11 for what it was: an event that changed America forever and defined a generation.
Dunn Meadow is the only space on campus for spontaneous free speech. This time line shows how different groups and cultures have used the meadow from 1960 to the present — each expressing their own wishes and remembrances in a single, historical space.
Follow DCI World Class Finals at Memorial Stadium. Check schedules, scores and read profiles of the participating corps. You'll find photo galleries and video coverage of the Championship event.