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AURORA, Ind. — A rainy morning greeted volunteers at the Hillforest Victorian Museum in Aurora, Indiana, on the day of the museum’s celebration of Indiana’s bicentennial.
Various minerals and dozens of fossils — from crinoids to dinosaur vertebra — lined the walls of the Geological Sciences building’s foyer in celebration of the reopening of the IU Paleontology Collection.
During an interactive look at human trafficking, students with paper “passports” walked around the room and visited “countries” where victims of human trafficking may have traveled on their journeys.
A renowned Harvard professor discussed the global nature of health care and the need to balance personal rights with the greater good in a lecture Wednesday.
Every Wednesday night, a group of students gathers into Studio 5 in the Radio/TV Building. They move the chairs into circles, pull out their laptops and make video games.
Alumni counseled students on how to grow their skills and secure jobs and internships at the Media School’s inaugural
Large screens lined the walls of the Frangipani Room of the Indiana Memorial Union, where an Oculus Rift sat in one corner and a Nintendo Wii in the other.
Jim Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in last year’s case to legalize gay marriage across America, described his role in the case in a free lecture series this week.
The scandal at the Miss Universe pageant in December made many question why we still have competitions based solely on a certain style of beauty.