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Joe Hoffmann, president of the Bloomington Plan Commission, discusses potential zoning changes with vice president Brad Wisler on Sept. 10 at City Hall. Bloomington’s new Unified Development Ordinance, which will determine the future of Bloomington development and housing until it is updated next, is now down to its last two steps before being passed into law.
Samantha Power, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, first took interest in IU for its basketball.
Some Hoosiers on the Healthy Indiana Plan will soon have to submit monthly work reports to their health insurance providers to ensure their continued eligibility under part of a program called Gateway to Work.
Monday marked the beginning of the last week of classes before finals, commonly known as “dead week.” Some students use the week to hunker down in the library. Some opt to spend their last full week basking in the sun and enjoying all campus has to offer.
Three greek chapters at IU were suspended and four were placed on cease and desist during the 2018-2019 school year, according to the student affairs document that lists all disciplined student organizations.
One night when José was eight years old, he woke up nauseated and feverish. He was a kid, though – kids get sick all the time, his mother thought. She decided they would wait it out.
Chris Sturbaum lives about block away from where he grew up in Prospect Hill. Now, he’s using his experience as a longtime Bloomington resident to represent the city as someone who knows it inside and out.
IU’s Sigma Pi postponed its philanthropy from April 14 to April 22 because several members of the chapter have a contagious virus.
Rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft will have designated pickup and drop-off areas Friday evening through Saturdayin downtown Bloomington, Bloomington Police Department Capt. Ryan Pedigo said.
Dorothy Granger, Bloomington City Council’s District 2 representative, is running again for what could be her third term in office.
IU law fraternity Phi Alpha Delta celebrated its fourth annual fundraiser Wednesday to raise money for Indiana Legal Services, a nonprofit law firm that gives legal advice to low income Indiana residents.
Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a bill Wednesday that aims to create hate crime protections.
The IU chapter of Delta Chi has been suspended, IU spokesperson Chuck Carney confirmed.
Sophomore Max Shores felt a bad headache coming on.
IU alumnus Samuel Young has plenty of fond memories reading with children.
Jim and Evelyn Piazza, whose son died after being hazed in 2017 at a Penn State fraternity, spoke Sunday at the IU Auditorium about the dangers of hazing in greek life and why it needs to end.
IU’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs changed its name to honor former secretary of the U.S. Treasury Paul H. O’Neill, an IU alumnus, after a $30 million gift to the school.
Former Sen. Birch Bayh, an IU alumnus who authored two constitutional amendments and Title IX, died Thursday. He was 91.
For senior Dylan Harris, biking is best understood on what he calls Firehouse Hill.
When Libby Gress started as an undergraduate at IU, she sometimes felt lost in what she wanted to do and what to expect from classes.