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To offset the difficult times, the University has responded in multiple ways.
When I was in high school, we had a “homeroom” period. It was literally
15 minutes of morning introductions before the day got started. Toward
the end of my senior year, I remember my homeroom teacher said to the
class, “If you think high school went by fast, college will go by that
He was right.
What I expected was a glorified marching band. What I got was so much more.
Dean of Students Dick McKaig said as a first date, his wife asked him
to a sorority formal. He said she asked because she knew he wouldn’t
New administrators and staff are hired, and the old retire. Residence
and lecture halls are built or torn down. But for the past 38 years,
Dean of Students Dick McKaig has been a fixture at IU.
From the beginning, the Indiana Atheist Bus Campaign said it knew it
was going to win the fight against the Bloomington Public
IU professor Eric Rasmusen’s daughter’s visitation and funeral will be Thursday and Friday, respectively.
There’s nothing more relaxing than enjoying the summer by sitting in
Dunn Meadow with your friend’s overweight dachshund and a good mix CD
(or playlist, if the iPod is how you roll).
The Won-Joon Yoon Scholarship was created in 1999 to honor the memory
of Won-Joon Yoon, an IU graduate student from South Korea who was shot
and killed by a former IU student. The scholarship provides financial
support for IU students who exemplify tolerance and understanding
across racial and religious lines through service, personal commitment,
academic achievement and potential.
It wasn’t something anyone thought could happen in Bloomington.
Ten years ago, the Fourth of July was supposed to be like any other Independence Day in Bloomington.
It just recently dawned on me how soon I’ll pack my bags and leave Bloomington to start the rest of my life.
I hope you’re enjoying orientation at IU. Orientation is a rite of
passage. I know because four years ago I was in the same spot you’re in
New blog, answer to the previous Campus Quiz and a plea for story and music ideas from the IDS editor-in-chief.
The Indiana Daily Student has something to be proud of.
We’re a student-run newspaper – for the students, by the students – and
I want you to know us. We’re average students just like you are. I’m
actually your average college student.
There have always been signs throughout my life indicating that I should have been born as an 80-year-old woman. Several of these signs include (but are not limited to) my resistance to eat spicy foods because of persistent heartburn, the constant aches and pains in my joints and my inability to relate to anyone other than the four characters on “The Golden Girls.”