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Wednesday Rundown: Man arrested on charges of attempted murder, Top Hat service to be free for students, IU volleyball announces annual scrimmage, Bicentennial Arts Contest artwork on display

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Man arrested on charges of attempted murder


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Monday morning's homicide is still under investigation by the Bloomington Police Department. Read more here.


Top Hat service to be provided at no cost for students after new agreement


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IU has announced a new enterprise license agreement with Top Hat, an educational software company. The partnership makes in-class educational tools and interactive course materials available across all eight IU campuses.  Photo Illustration by Matt Begala


All IU students on all IU campuses will now have access to Top Hat Classroom. Read more here.


IU volleyball announces date for annual scrimmage


The IU volleyball team huddles during a 2015 game against Bowling Green at the University Gym in Bloomington. The team is 4-1 in 2018 under new coach Steve Aird.
The IU volleyball team huddles during a 2015 game against Bowling Green at the University Gym in Bloomington. The team is 4-1 in 2018 under new coach Steve Aird. IDS file photo


The IU volleyball team will look to make a strong first impression on fans, just six days before its regular season opener. Read more here.


Bicentennial Arts Contest artwork on display


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The winners' work can be seen at the Monroe County History Center. Read more here.

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