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The eighth annual America’s Role in the World (ARW) foreign policy conference, ‘Raising the Heat on Foreign Policy,’ will be held March 2-3, 2023 at the IU Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies and livestreamed. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, former Secretary of State John Kerry, will open the event virtually from the Our Ocean Conference in Panama, where he is leading the US delegation.
Whether your interests lie in the arts, healthcare, the environment, or in the policies that impact these areas, O'Neill School master's programs will help you find your path toward a career where you can truly make a difference and with skills to lead positive change.
The IU Student Media Publications Board met Friday, Nov. 11 and has elected senior Helen Rummel as the spring 2023 editor-in-chief of the Indiana Daily Student.
Lime’s goal is to give people a safe, fun, and sustainable way to get where they need to go. Safety is the most important word in that sentence because it underpins everything they do. Safety comes first and always at Lime because as the global leader in shared electric vehicles, they understand that safety is the foundation of every successful shared e-scooter or e-bike program.
The Indiana Daily Student will host the fall 2022 Housing Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 19 in Alumni Hall, located in the Indiana Memorial Union. This event will give students the chance to find off-campus housing for the 2023-24 school year. Students can also enter to win gift cards or other prizes from local Bloomington businesses.
With the semester in full swing, you may want to enjoy the fall whether by riding your bike to class. IU Transportation Demand Management offers guidance on how students, faculty and staff can get to and from campus and around Bloomington safely by bike. Know that generally, a bicyclist on a roadway has the same rights and accountabilities to others as a person operating a motor vehicle. Whether you are behind the handlebars of a bike or the wheel of a car, familiarize yourself with these principles that can help you keep yourself and others safe.
The Indiana Daily Student was recognized by the Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) and College Media Business & Advertising Managers (CMBAM) organizations’ 2022 awards seasons. Notably, the IDS was selected as the Advertising Publication, Newspaper (Division 1) and Online Publication of the Year by the ICPA.
As you register for next semester, it can be overwhelming to scroll through iGPS and see course after course listed but not know what they are.
The Indiana Daily Student was awarded a Gold Crown in the Hybrid News category as part of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s annual Crown Awards.
The IU Student Media Publications Board appointed sophomore Ethan Moore as the summer 2022 editor-in-chief of the Indiana Daily Student Friday, March 25.
The IU Student Media Publications Board named junior Cate Charron the fall 2022 editor-in-chief of the Indiana Daily Student on Friday, March 25.
Indiana University will celebrate IU Day Wednesday, April 20, including an in-person event on campus for the first time since 2019. Whether you are near or far, an alumnus, parent, or current student, IU Day is a celebration for every member of the Hoosier and broader IU community.
Many of our first memories are running on the playground, following where our imagination takes us and experiencing the good and bad of childhood. These core memories often appear forgotten as we mature into adulthood.
The IU Student Media Publications Board named junior Izzy Myszak the spring 2022 editor-in-chief of the Indiana Daily Student on Friday.
With the last of the autumn colors fading, Bloomington is transitioning into the exciting holiday season. Wish lists are written and shoppers begin the daunting task of buying the perfect gifts for their loved ones. When holiday shopping gets overwhelming, the most wonderful time of the year can quickly turn into the most stressful.
Last month, the Indiana Daily Student was given more than 30 awards at the virtual Associated Collegiate Press/College Media Association Fall National College Media Convention.
The O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs hosts several introductory-level management courses that equip undergraduates with both crucial business skills and personal leadership prowess. These skills help them navigate life after graduation, whether it be through making difficult administrative decisions or supporting them in creating positive workplace environments.
Undergrad is a time for students to develop their leadership skills and gain connections in the professional field. For those interested in leadership and public service, NextGen is a program for undergrad students at IU looking to develop leadership skills and explore ways to incorporate public service into their future careers. Similar programming is being rolled out at other universities across the U.S. Students who complete the NextGen programming will join a prestigious alumni network of future leaders from not just IU, but also across the nation: the NextGen Service Corps.
Early this June, Caleb Coffman, BA’21, brought home a third place overall finish in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program’s national writing championship. In addition, he won Best Reporting Technique.
IU brought home an overall second place in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program’s Intercollegiate Writing Competition. The prestigious program grants scholarships to students for exceptional performance in college-level journalism categories.