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News you need to know for Thursday, Nov. 8



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Junior Ali Patberg dribbles the ball down the court during a game against Milwaukee on Nov. 7 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Patberg scored 16 points, the second most of the night.  Alexis Oser Buy Photos

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month at IU

Junior Haley Ochoa cuts a string of beads for a beaded keychain craft event Nov. 7 at the First Nations Educational & Cultural Center. The event took place as part of Native American Heritage Month festivities.  Ty Vinson Buy Photos

Native American students made up 0.8 percent of students in the 2017-2018 academic year. Read more here. 


Bloomington to enforce new scooter rules, hold Bird and Lime more accountable

A Lime and Bird scooter are parked outside the Indiana Memorial Union on Oct. 29. Alex Deryn Buy Photos

The regulations come amid scooter-related injuries and inappropriate usage and parking. Read more here. 


Women’s basketball wins despite late scare

Junior Ali Patberg dribbles the ball down the court during a game against Milwaukee on Nov. 7 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Patberg scored 16 points, the second most of the night.  Alexis Oser Buy Photos

A late shot from junior Brenna Wise gave IU a 68-66 win over the University of Milwaukee Wisconsin. Read more here. 


Filmmaker Michael Schultz to celebrate birthday at IU

After 30 years since his last visit, filmmaker Michael Schultz will be visiting IU once more for a celebration of his work. Schultz turns 80 Nov. 10. Courtesy Photo Buy Photos

Filmmaker Michael Schultz will be visiting IU’s campus this week to teach a workshop, screen films and participate in an interview. Read more here. 

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