Thursday Rundown: Change of plea hearing in Sater murder case delayed, IU Health introduces new services, senior golfer rekindles passion for the sport, composer sets piano aflame

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Change of plea hearing in Sater murder case delayed again

Bloomington resident Brittany Sater was murdered in 2016. Billie Jean Edison was one of three charged with Sater's murder, along with Dennis Webb and Johnny T. Moore.  Courtesy Photo

Billie Jean Edison, the last person charged in connection to the murder, robbery and burglary of Bloomington resident Brittany Sater, was originally scheduled to plead guilty in October. The case has now been delayed at least three times, most recently Wednesday. Read more here.

IU Health Center introduces new services

Students are examined in private exam rooms. The Indiana University Health Center is located at the intersection of Jordan Avenue and 10th Street. Alex Deryn

The IU Health Center is introducing a variety of new patient services. Learn more about these new additions. Read more here.

Back in the swing of things

Senior golfer Brendon Doyle chips the ball onto the green during practice Feb. 1, 2018, at the IU Golf Course. Doyle was named a Big Ten Golfer of the Week during the fall 2017 season for the first time in his career.  Sofia Hay

Senior golfer Brendon Doyle got off to a good start in his first two years at IU, but his junior year was a struggle and made him rethink his passion for the game. Read more here.

Composer sets piano aflame for Wounded Galaxies festival

A piano burns on Wednesday evening in Dunn Meadow as an artistic demonstration by composer and artist Annea Lockwood. This performance is part of the Wounded Galaxies festival.  Mallory Smith

A man sat down to play a piano in Dunn Meadow. Then, composer and artist Annea Lockwood set it on fire. Read more here.

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