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Summer in Bloomington means fewer students, a generally quieter campus and numerous construction projects. The Indiana Daily Student spoke with IU Capital Planning and Facilities’ Jim Stewart to learn about what’s happening on campus and what changes students can expect to see when they return in the fall.
ELKHART, Ind. — In a speech that functioned more as a victory lap for the current administration than as the expected, typical campaign stop, President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence spoke Thursday night in the North Side Middle School gymnasium in support of Indiana's U.S. Senate hopeful Mike Braun.
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are speaking live tonight at North Side Middle School in Elkhart, Indiana.
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will appear at a rally Thursday night in Elkhart, Indiana.
Paul Tash, chairman and CEO of the Tampa Bay Times and Times Publishing Co., will speak at the 2018 undergraduate commencement ceremony. Tash is an Indiana native and a 1976 IU graduate.
We set out this semester at the Indiana Daily Student under a looming sense of change. The fall 2017 staff ushered in a new website, reimagined our print product and said goodbye to a strong advocate, adviser and friend.
Riverside Villa Apartments are just north of downtown Ligonier, Indiana, where two people were shot and killed last week in a dispute over a Prada purse.
LIGONIER, Indiana — An Allen County man shot and killed two people in a dispute over a Prada purse, police said.
The Madame Walker Theatre Center in Indianapolis will partner with IU Bloomington and IU-Purde University Indianapolis for a preservation and programming project at the center funded by a $15 million grant from the Lilly Endowment. Anita Hardin, interim executive director of the center, said she is excited to have a reliable heating and cooling system and updated technology for the theater.
This deer visits the backyard of a resident in a Bloomington neighborhood. This year, there were 62 deer killed in the deer culling, defined as the reduction of a population of (a wild animal) by selective slaughter, in Monroe County.
Last fall was a semester of monumental change for the Indiana Daily Student. We reduced our print production to twice a week, reprioritized our digital presence, unveiled a new look for our website idsnews.com and saw the resignation of our longtime Director of Student Media, all the while celebrating our 150th year of production.
College Mall is owned by Simon Property Group. A mother reported her son was spanked Monday by a Santa working for a third-party company contracted by Simon.
A Santa accused of spanking a 5-year-old child who has special needs at Bloomington's College Mall may be seeking legal action after the child's mother told police she may have overreacted about the incident.
A former Jacobs School of Music lecturer accused of sexually assaulting a student was sentenced Wednesday morning to two years probation.
The conversation of how to best handle campus reports of sexual assault continued Tuesday in a Bloomington Faculty Council discussion of sexual misconduct complaints levied against IU faculty.
A week after the U.S. Department of Education announced changes to sexual misconduct guidance, one group is calling on IU to stand in firm support of survivors of sexual assault.
Flyers replicating IU’s sex and consent posters were found Sunday in IU-Bloomington bathroom stalls making false statements about the definitions of sexual assault and consent.
IU’s investigations of sexual assault promise fairness. But many students who have been through the system describe it as deeply flawed. Read our four-part investigations series on IU's system, and contact our investigations team if you have further questions or would like to share your story.
The U.S. Department of Education is rescinding guidance on how universities should conduct investigations of sexual assault.
Jason Casares served as the director of IU’s Office of Student Ethics for five and a half years, overseeing all University investigations of sexual misconduct, until last year when the administrator himself was accused of sexual assault.