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In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program, former Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Indiana, and two of his successors will be discussing Friday work toward reducing amounts of nuclear and chemical weapons around the world.
The Bloomington Faculty Council delayed a decision to update its diversity policy and potentially make IU a sanctuary campus Tuesday afternoon.
At IU-Bloomington 79 percent of the buildings are 40 years old or older, said Thomas Morrison, vice president for capital planning and facilities, at the Board of Trustees meeting Thursday.
Students Against State Violence interrupted a Board of Trustees meeting Wednesday to voice their demands regarding the police, sexual assault, social justice and IU as a sanctuary campus.
Members of the Black Graduate Student Association and the National Association of Black Journalists gathered Tuesday for a mass meeting to discuss policing and write letters to Ramsey Orta, the man behind the camera in the Eric Garner video.
‘Tis the season for holiday celebrations, and at Collins Living Learning Center, it’s time for the annual Dickens Dinner.
Author Kimberly Lau visited IU on Thursday to discuss how beauty, race and feminism can intersect and make women feel genuinely happy with themselves.
The Faculty Misconduct Review Policy was revised at the Bloomington Faculty Council meeting Tuesday afternoon to include full-time, non-tenure track faculty. It also redefined misconduct to include situations that occur off-campus.
Practicing homosexuality is a normal, if not vital, part of demonstrating masculinity for straight, white males, said Jane Ward, professor of gender and sexuality studies at the University of California Riverside.
The Russian government has stated it’s willing to work with anyone, but doctoral student Diana Sokolova said it favors Republican candidate Donald Trump. A recent poll showed about 40 percent preferred the Republican candidate as opposed to 10 percent for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, Sokolova said.
Happiness isn’t always dependent on circumstances, said Chris Meno, coordinator of outreach and consultation at the Counseling and Psychological Services, during the Think Happy Monday Motivator workshop. In reality, only about 10 percent of a person’s overall happiness is affected by situations such as breakups or bad test grades.
After two weeks of seeing the hashtag “I Agree With Jonny” on sidewalks and T-shirts, it was finally time to find out who Jonny is and whether people agreed with him.
Council liaisons act as communicators, sharing information from the school that pertains to the council. Liaisons are elected by the Nominations Committee for schools with more than one representative, and those involved with the school’s policy committees are generally preferred. For the College of Arts and Sciences, the representative is elected from the college at large. This was made clear in the revision.
Ten minutes past 4:20, Against Prohibition co-founder Brandon Lavy walked onto the stage in Dunn Meadow. The area had been bustling for about an hour, with students and other Bloomington residents floating from booth to booth. Baby boomers and generation-Z kids meandered about.
Students can grab their trick-or-treat bags, throw on their costumes and get ready for a scare, because on Friday, IU Late Nite is hosting a Scream Fest.
An eerie trumpet fanfare echoed through the air, silencing the crowd surrounding the Herman B Wells statue. In the darkness of Wednesday night, people clutched their lanterns. It was then that senior Joel Chapman, a folklore and telecommunications student, put down his instrument and issued a welcome to the 2016 Ghost Walk.
Eva Nogales, professor at University of California, Berkeley, has made significant discoveries with the usage of cryo-electron microscopy.