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News you need to know for Thursday, Aug. 30

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Coding bug bites Bloomington

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Teacher Alexandra Sejdinaj instructs a student at South Bend Code School. Courtesy Photo

IU alumnus brings coding school to Bloomington, geared toward children and teenagers. Read more here. 


Breaking down the 2018 IU football depth chart

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The IDS takes a look at each position for the IU football team heading into the 2018 season. Read more here. 


IU gains Russian Flagship, marking unprecedented number for U.S. institutions

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IU gains the Russian Flagship, an accreditation held by only six universities in the U.S. Read more here. 


Dying in Style: Mathers Museum to give talk about fantasy coffins

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Kristin Otto, the curator of “Shapes of the Ancestors: Bodies, Animals, Art, and Ghanaian Fantasy Coffins,” will be speaking at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures on Thursday from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Indiana University

The Mathers Museum of World Cultures will give a curatorial talk about Ghanaian fantasy coffins on Aug. 30 in the museum at 4:30 p.m. Read more here. 

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