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Tuesday Rundown: Bloomington woman found dead, Panel discusses global refugee crises, IU Wrestling loses, IU professor's art catalog recognized

Bloomington woman found dead after 15 days missing

Bloomington resident Angel Scroggins, left, was found dead after being reported missing Jan. 12. The Monroe County Coroner ruled hypothermia caused her death, but several drugs in her body contributed to it. Courtesy Photo

Angel Scroggins was missing for 15 days before she was found dead Friday just 100 yards from her home. Now her family is asking why the police didn’t do more sooner. Read more here.

Student panel discusses global refugee crises

No Lost Generation Director Lydia Lahey, middle, discusses durable solutions with students for the refugee crisis. Zheng Guan

More than 60 people attended the Comparative Refugee Studies Panel on Monday night to learn about refugee crises across the globe. Read more here.

Big victories for top wrestlers not enough against stiff Big Ten competition

Jake Danishek wrestles in a 157 lbs match with Lou Mascola from Maryland on Jan. 5, 2016, at University Gym. IU traveled to Nebraska this past weekend and lost.  Tae-Gyun Kim

The IU wrestling team has struggled this season to pick up a conference win. This weekend, the Hoosiers competed against Wisconsin in Nebraska in close matches in hopes of gaining that first W in the Big Ten.  Read more here.

IU professor's art catalog recognized in London

Cordula Grewe, associate professor in the Department of Art History, co-edited the catalog "The Enchanted World of German Romantic Prints 1770-1850." The catalog features prints and printmakers selected by Grewe and her co-editor, Curator of Prints John Ittmann.  Sofia Hay

An IU art history professor is shifting the art world’s attention back onto German Romantic prints with her internationally-recognized art catalog. Read more here.

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