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Spring commencement ceremonies at all IU campuses have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a universitywide email IU President Michael McRobbie sent Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS – The boy is 15 years old and full of metal. Bullet fragments are stuck in his arms, his leg, his side. A rod runs through his leg, and a plate and screws hold his arm together.
KeMontie Johnson was shot and killed at a party in October. No one has been arrested for his murder.
Following a mumps outbreak at IU that’s drawing national attention, the university is organizing a press conference to update the public on what’s happening.
Amanda Barge resigned as county commissioner April 8, 2019.
Amanda Barge resigned her seat on the Monroe County Board of Commissioners on Monday in the wake of sexual harassment allegations revealed two weeks ago in the Indiana Daily Student.
Nearly two weeks after the Indiana Daily Student broke a story detailing allegations of sexual harassment against Monroe County Commissioner Amanda Barge, the Monroe County Democratic Party has called for her to step down from office.
In her first public appearance since an Indiana Daily Student story outlining sexual harassment allegations against her broke, Monroe County Commissioner Amanda Barge spoke Wednesday morning to deny the allegations.
The 45th season of the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market will kick off this Saturday in Showers Common.
Black Lives Matter activists in Bloomington are calling for Amanda Barge to resign from her seat on the Monroe County Board of Commissioners.
Following the Indiana Daily Student breaking accusations of sexual harassment against county commissioner Amanda Barge last week, uncertainties about Bloomington’s mayoral election and more have arisen.
Amanda Barge suspended her campaign for Bloomington mayor Tuesday, less than a day after the Indiana Daily Student published an article outlining sexual harassment allegations against her.
After eight years as executive dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Larry Singell is headed to Austin, Texas, to take on a new role in college leadership.
A structure fire in the 9600 block of South State Road 446 left one person dead Monday night, according to a press release from the Monroe County Coroner.
IU’s Wednesday classes are canceled because of severe winter weather, according to university officials. Campus will remain open.
Indiana Public Broadcasting stations, which include WFIU Public Radio and WTIU Public Television, recently received more than $1.7 million in grant funding.
A movement has been churning among the women of Little 500 for some time now.
A video of an unknown man shouting racial slurs at IU students on campus began circulating Twitter on Sunday.
After an uncharacteristic January week of highs hovering around 40 degrees — sometimes even reaching the mid-50s — Bloomington residents can expect a cold snap Wednesday morning.
As IU’s winter break approaches, University and city law enforcement have the same message for students and residents: lock up your stuff.