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Tuesday Rundown: Indiana's primary election is May 8, New degree program in molecular life sciences to be offered, Men's tennis wins again, new class on the history of punk to be offered in the fall

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Indiana’s primary election is May 8. Here’s what you need to know: 

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Jacob deCastro

Indiana's primary election is three weeks away. Here's where you can vote in Bloomington. Read more here.


New degree program blends biochemistry and biology to solve modern problems 

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Students do a molecular analysis of a protein. A new molecular life sciences program will begin in the fall of 2018.  Photo courtesy of Anna Powell Teeter

The new program is the only of its kind offered at Big Ten Conference universities. Read more here.


Men’s tennis extends win streak with Big Ten weekend sweep 

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Junior Antonio Cembellin celebrates after winning a point during his 1-6, 6-3, 4-6 loss to Wisconsin on April 8 at the IU Tennis Center. The Hoosiers will be the No. 5 seed in the Big Ten Tournament this weekend.  Sam House

The IU men’s tennis team has now won four straight games in the Big Ten. The team’s most recent win came on the road against Iowa and Nebraska. Read more here.


Punk singer, audio engineer Paul Mahern to teach punk history class in fall 

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Paul Mahern, punk rocker professor at IU, performs in his band Zero Boys. Mahern has taught MSCH-P 353: Audio Production in the Media School for nine years and will be teaching MUS-Z 320: History of Punk Rock starting in the fall. Courtesy Photo

A new class called History of Punk Rock will cover more than 50 years of music. Read more here.

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