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Are we in a public health crisis?
This Little 500 season will be no different from that of past years. Not only will fans be greeted with drinking specials but officers brought in to directly combat their consumption.
It’s the time of year Hoosiers get wildly excited for: Little 500. People come from all over to cheer and watch bikes zoom by in Bill Armstrong Stadium.
What right does an individual have to access their lifeline? For those who require insulin, that access may have became much easier.
With the current IU Student Government elections, the editorial board wants to shed light on not only why it’s important to vote — as it is our civic duty — but also how where we vote creates different impacts.
A renewed fervor has mounted once more following the brutal killing of an innocent Muslim man in Indianapolis. The issue at hand is that of hate crimes, or more appropriately, how Indiana legislators struggle to define and combat them.
Indiana law limits the cost of obtaining police body camera and dash camera recordings to the cost of recording it, capping at $150, which was the original minimum cost. The Bloomington City Council recently had its second hearing to consider lowering costs.
It's no secret — we've endured a horrible season for weather on campus. Each day has been its own opportunity for students to prove their fortitude in these awful conditions.
Students like to be informed about what's going on at IU. It's the entire reason the Indiana Daily Student exists. So what if a serious crime was committed this weekend? We may not know about it until the next business day.
Every successful journal or news organization relies heavily on its editors and its editorial board.
The mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg, has stated he will be launching an exploratory committee for a bid for the presidency in 2020. Though the race for the Democratic nomination has just begun, his candidacy is an important shift in Indiana politics.
One of the most inspirational things one can hear is the phrase "you inspire me."
Elizabeth Cady Stanton testified before the United States Congress 150 years ago Sunday, making her the first woman in the nation’s history to do so. Stanton was an activist, known for her leading role in the American women’s suffrage movement.
IU stresses having a “Culture of Care” which is an “initiative focused on creating a campus culture in which members of the Indiana University Bloomington community demonstrate ‘care’ for one another.”
Under the Trump administration, the Environmental Protection Agency has steadily pursued a path of de-regulation.
“Surviving R. Kelly,” a recent docuseries, has placed a spotlight on singer-songwriter R. Kelly and his repeated sexual misconduct. Kelly has a decades-long history of accusations against him, including many allegations involving underage girls.
Gary, Indiana has been hit hard by the collapse of the steel industry in the 1960s. The population of Gary has decreased by more than half, and this has lead to abandoned and neglected homes. In fact, nearly a third of all homes in Gary are abandoned or unoccupied.
Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
Sorority bid night is next Tuesday and many IU students are eagerly waiting to be chosen. But these women are entering greek life in a time that increasingly scrutinizes the hazards associated with it.
Six of our columnists chime in to explain why they think their favorite cafes are the best in town.