In Depth & Features

12/10/2017, 7:11pm

Off stage

After the loss of three professors in four months in 2016, IU’s ballet department was left with just one senior faculty member. Almost two years after the implosion, here's how the department is trying to rebuild.

Dec 4, 2017 10:21 am

Dreamers deferred

Three months ago, President Trump repealed Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which allowed hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the United States by their parents as children to go to college and find jobs. Without congressional action, these students will have to return to countries they no longer remember 

men's basketball  •  Nov 8, 2017 7:11 pm

Men's basketball season preview

 As the 2017-18 season gears up, Coach Archie Miller and the IU men's basketball team look to return to the NCAA tournament. Read on for previews, tours, insights, players to watch and more. 

Sep 30, 2017 11:30 pm

Something in the night

Scientists paid little attention to bats until a decade ago, when a disease called white nose syndrome started wiping out populations across the United States. Now, researchers race against time to find out what bats — and their disappearance — mean for the world at large.

Sep 18, 2017 12:02 am

The system

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.

May 1, 2017 10:05 am

"I just want it to end."

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. 

Apr 1, 2017 11:20 pm

Bob Knight's last fight

Bob Knight couldn't control that he would grow old one day. He just didn't get to grow old how he planned. 

Mar 9, 2017 8:45 am

Primary care

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.