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Thursday Rundown: Former IU Chancellor remembered, Kilroy's liquor license recommended for renewal, From fly routes to fly balls, 'West Side Story' takes the stage at Musical Arts Center, ICAN at IU

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Former IU Chancellor Sharon Brehm remembered as conscientious leader

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IU Chancellor Sharon Brehm poses in front of the Sample Gates. Brehm died of complications from Alzheimer's disease. She is remembered for the energy and diligence she put toward the many positions she had during her time at IU. IDS file photo

Former IU Chancellor Sharon Brehm has died from complications of Alzheimer's Disease. She is remembered by colleagues as a groundbreaking scholar and an outspoken advocate for Alzheimer's patients. Read more here. 


Kilroy's liquor license recommended for 1-year renewal

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Members of the professional staff for Kilroy's on Kirkwood stand in front of Monroe County Alcoholic Beverage Board to renew their license. The commission met Wednesday, April 4, at City Hall. Ty Vinson

The Monroe County Alcoholic Beverage Board voted 2-1 Wednesday for a one-year renewal of Kilroy’s on Kirkwood’s liquor license. Read more here.


From fly routes to fly balls  

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Junior outfielder Logan Kaletha slides into home to score a run for the Hoosiers. IU lost to Illinois, 5-4 on Friday. Anna Tiplick

Logan Kaletha was set to play college football, but a change of heart led him to the IU baseball team. Read more here.


'West Side Story' takes the stage at Musical Arts Center 

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While singing "America," Anita, played by Hannah Benson, and Rosalia, played by Tiffany Choe, fight over which is better: staying in America or going back to Puerto Rico. West Side Story will play at IU's Musical Arts Center this weekend. Anna Tiplick

West Side Story” will bring song and dance to the Musical Arts Center this weekend, marking the 100th birthday of the musical’s original composer Leonard Bernstein. Read more here.


Indiana Canine Assistant Network now has a group at IU  


Indiana Canine Alliance Network now has a group at IU. Students are helping train service dogs to go to individuals and institutions in need of service animals.
Indiana Canine Alliance Network now has a group at IU. Students are helping train service dogs to go to individuals and institutions in need of service animals. Emily Miles


You might see dogs wearing blue vests in IU classrooms. They’re part of the Indiana Canine Assistant Network, and they’re training to be service dogs. Read more here.

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