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Monday Rundown: IU ROTC alumnus killed in helicopter crash, eyeball tattoo bill, IUBB loses to Purdue, Batman producer to host screening

IU ROTC alumnus killed in helicopter crash remembered as a leader and mentor

1st Lt. Clayton Cullen stands next to his AH64 Apache helicopter at Fort Rucker, Alabama Aug. 16, 2017. Cullen died in a helicopter crash during training operations at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California. Courtesy Photo

IU ROTC alumnus, 1st Lt. Clayton Cullen, was killed in a helicopter crash Jan. 20. His friends remember him as resilient and kind. Read more here.

Indiana lawmaker proposes ban on eyeball tattoos

A state senator has proposed a bill that would ban a practice known as scleral tattooing, or the tattooing of the whites of the eyes. Indiana Sen. John Ruckelshaus, R-Indianapolis, introduced the bill, which passed through the state Senate on Jan. 16 and will now head to the House. Ty Vinson

While there are no reported instances of eyeball tattoos in Indiana, Sen. John Ruckelshaus, R-Indianapolis, said the purpose of the bill is to be proactive. Read more here.

No. 3 Purdue uses late run to come up with 74-67 win against IU 

Senior guard Robert Johnson drives the ball for a layup during the Hoosiers' game against the Purdue Boilermakers on Sunday at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers were up at halftime, 37-35, but failed to close the game out in the final minutes. Evan De Stefano

Rival and No. 3 team in the nation, Purdue, came to Bloomington and gave the Hoosiers all they could handle. IU played well throughout the game, but couldn’t finish the job late down the stretch where it would meet its 74-67 defeat at the hands of the Boilermakers. Read more here.

Batman producer to screen film

Batman producer and IU alumnus Michael Uslan, a professor of practice in The Media School, speaks Feb. 4 of 2015 in the Ernie Pyle Hall auditorium on the future of the film and television industry. Uslan held a screening of the 2008 action movie “The Dark Knight” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 29 in the Franklin Hall Commons. Wensi Wang

Producer of “The Dark Knight,” Michael Uslan will host a screening of the movie Monday night in the Franklin Hall commons. A Q&A session will follow. Read more here.

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