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Friday Rundown: IU Center for Rural Engagement program marks first year, IU wrestling alumnus Mike Dixon joins coaching staff, Ryder Film Series to present 'Heroes, Icons, Dissenters: Women in Film'

IU Center for Rural Engagement program 'celebrates a new beginning'


Bill Brown, executive director of the IU Center for Rural Engagement, thanks members of the crowd for their contribution to rural sustainability. Brown and other officials met June 6 in Bedford, Indiana, to speak on economic, environmental and social sustainability.  Ty Vinson


The Center is shifting focus to community identified issues in Orange County. Read more here.


Hoosier wrestling alumnus Mike Dixon joins coaching staff


Redshirt freshman Austin Holmes and redshirt freshman Davey Tunon wrestle in the 149 lb weight class in the Cream and Crimson dual on Oct. 26 at the University Gym. IU named Mike Dixon associate head coach on Tuesday. Bobby Goddin


Dixon returns to the IU wrestling program with more than a decade of coaching experience. Read more here.


The Ryder Film Series to present 'Heroes, Icons, Dissenters: Women in Film'


Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg poses for a photo. "RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsberg" will screen at the Heroes, Icons, Dissenters film event Saturday, June 9 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. Courtesy Photo


The Ryder Film Series will screen 'The Guardians,' 'Bombshell,' and 'RBG,' on June 9. Read more here.

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