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Friday Rundown: Robert Sears sting, Duane Goldman to retire, IU Board of Trustees meets, African American Dance Company

How the sting to catch firefighter Robert Sears unfolded

The Bloomington Fire Department is located at 300 E. Fourth St. BFD Capt. Robert Sears, who was accused of child solicitation and sexual misconduct, has not returned to the station since he was arrested Friday. He is no longer in jail.
The Bloomington Fire Department is located at 300 E. Fourth St. BFD Capt. Robert Sears, who was accused of child solicitation and sexual misconduct, has not returned to the station since he was arrested Friday. He is no longer in jail. Dominick Jean

Read how the sting that caught Bloomington firefighter Robert Sears, accused of sexual misconduct with a minor and child solicitation, unfolded. Read more here.


Wrestling coach of 26 years announces retirement

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Duane Goldman coaches his son, senior Garrett Goldman, during a playoff meet against Appalachian State Sunday at the IU Gymnasium. Goldman announced his retirement Thursday afternoon. Levi Reece

IU Coach Duane Goldman, wrestling coach of 26 years, announced his retirement Thursday afternoon. Read more here.


IU Board of Trustees meets to hear campus updates and reports

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IU President Michael McRobbie speaks at the Board of Trustees meeting April 5 in Alumni Hall.  Ty Vinson

International student applications are 16 percent lower than usual this year, Provost Lauren Robel said at Thursday’s IU Board of Trustees meeting. Read more here.


African American Dance Company unites art and activism in upcoming show

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Dancers in the African American Dance Company perform solos, duets, group dances and contortions during the technical rehearsal Thursday, April 5. The company will perform at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, April 7, at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.  Emily Berryman

The African American Dance Company will present new pieces focused on gender issues for its annual spring concert. Read more here.

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