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Jordan Hall is named after former IU President David Starr Jordan, a supporter of eugenics and forced sterilization for what he and others considered the “degenerate stock." Biographies of the members of the new Jordan Committee that was formed to review the names of Jordan Hall, Jordan River, Jordan Avenue, the Jordan Parking Garage and any scholarships, fellowships or other awards that bear Jordan's name are available on IU’s website.
Former IU Athletic Director Fred Glass prepares to give a tour of the new south end zone complex July 25, 2018, at Memorial Stadium. Glass' final day as athletic director was June 30.
Jordan Hall is named after former IU President David Starr Jordan, a supporter of eugenics and forced sterilization for what he and others considered the “degenerate stock." IU President Michael McRobbie announced earlier this month that all named buildings and structures on IU campuses would have their names reviewed in light of the international movement to remove racist statues and symbols.
IU Athletic Director Fred Glass looks up at the new south end zone scoreboard July 25, 2018, at Memorial Stadium. Glass joins Bob Knight, Ed Williams, Jerry Yeagley, Lin Loring and Hobie Billingsley as a recipient with ties to IU athletics of the IU President’s Medal for Excellence.
Pictured Aug. 30, 2018, are refrigerators in the Hoosier to Hoosier sale space in the Warehouse. This year's sale was canceled, but volunteers are needed to go into residence halls to pick up the left-behind items that will be donated to local nonprofits this year instead of being sold.
Pictured is the view of Memorial Stadium outside the Tobias Nutrition Center located on the second floor on the south end of the stadium. Staff and players from IU football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball were tested for COVID-19 in preparation for the practices to restart.
Attendees order food from an employee of Pili’s Party Taco truck June 23, 2018, as part of the 36th annual Taste of Bloomington. This year's Taste of Bloomington will be replaced with a week-long “Taste To-Go” event from June 20 to June 26.
Track and field head coach Ron Helmer speaks during an interview Feb. 7, 2019, in Gladstein Fieldhouse. IU men's track and field senior transfer Logan Targgart competes in the weight throw, hammer throw, discus and shot put events.
The Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs is located at 1315 E. 10th St. The Center for Cultural Affairs is part of the school.
People walk through the Sample Gates on June 27, 2018, near Franklin Hall. The coronavirus pandemic has led some students to express concern over returning to campus in the fall.
Bloomington Police Department Chief Michael Diekhoff speaks with an attendee at the official unveiling of BPD’s new armored vehicle July 10, 2018, in the Switchyard Park Operations building. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Jake Laird Law, or Indiana’s red flag law, which allows police departments to temporarily confiscate firearms from people who are deemed dangerous or mentally ill and pose a risk to themselves or others.
Track and field head coach Ron Helmer speaks during an interview Feb. 7, 2019, in Gladstein Fieldhouse. Coaches can provide guidance and suggest workouts for athletes during the COVID-19 pandemicbut cannot require athletes to report back on those workouts.
IU football players get into stance at the line of scrimmage Aug. 6, 2018, during practice. Coach Darren Hiller said he wants his players to drop into their stances and imagine a game-like situation where a play is being called to practice amid the coronavirus pandemic.
IU men's soccer head coach Todd Yeagley talks to his team after IU defeated the University of Connecticut in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Nov. 18, 2018, at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Yeagley has adopted personal at-home workouts, daily video chats and Kahoot! quizzes as part of his athletes' new training program during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Outgoing IU Athletic Director Fred Glass prepares to give a tour of the new south end zone complex July 25, 2018, in Memorial Stadium. Glass has been the athletic director since 2009.
IU football players get into stance at the line of scrimmage Aug. 6, 2018, during practice. Former Stanford University player Jovan Swann committed to play his final year of eligibility at IU on Thursday.
Bloomington Police Department Chief Michael Diekhoff speaks with an attendee at the official unveiling of BPD’s new armored vehicle July 10, 2018, in the Switchyard Park Operations building. Monroe County Central Emergency Dispatch personnel will ask all 911 callers screening questions to determine if they may have been exposed to COVID-19 or have symptoms of the virus, according to a BPD press release.
Riders in the women’s Little 500 riders race round the first turn April 12, 2019, at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The IU Student Foundation has not made a decision on whether or not Little 500 will take place.