The chants of “Fire Archie” rained down on the court as IU went nearly the last 10 minutes of its season without making a shot in its 61-50 Big Ten Tournament loss to Rutgers. IU Athletic Director Scott Dolson sat on the baseline underneath the basket with his eyes glued to the court, not once looking around at the crowd calling for him to take drastic action.
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Public health guidance, COVID-19 testing requirements and restrictions are constantly changing. The Indiana Daily Student has answered some of the most frequently asked questions about IU’s response to the pandemic, vaccines and more.
When I started in August, I knew this was going to be a semester unlike any other at IU.
Today, you’ll notice the Indiana Daily Student website looks a little different.
Kilroy’s on Kirkwood was set to open Oct. 24 for the first time since the bar closed in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. Then, the popular bar reversed course citing “extenuating circumstances.”
With record turnout expected, coronavirus concerns and court challenges to voting laws, nobody knows what to expect on Election Day and the days to follow. The Indiana Daily Student will be there to cover this historic election. Here’s how we’ll keep you informed:
Monroe County will have 28 polling places open Tuesday. Unlike during early voting, where all voters had to go to Election Central to vote, Monroe County voters must go to their assigned polling place on Election Day.
The IDS mailed more than two dozen letters to test mail delivery times.
Dunkin’ will open its only Bloomington store on the corner of Third Street and South College Mall Road, permits issued by Monroe County confirm, before the end of 2020.
The devastating murder of George Floyd in May ignited important conversations on race in America. It exposed the underlying systemic racism and inequalities that have historically plagued the Black community. This moment is creating powerful conversations surrounding what actions institutions should take to create change and increase opportunities for Black people.
The blue and white Pace bikes around the city were removed Tuesday, according to an email the bike share operator sent to customers Tuesday morning.
By all measures, IndyGo, Indianapolis’ public transportation operator, is on the rise.
The average pay in Tom Allen's new contract is $3.9 million a year.
With more than 600 washers and dryers across residence halls and apartment buildings on campus, you'd think it would be pretty easy to find the best time to do laundry.
On this episode of Posted, guest host Matt Rasnic and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines.
The Barge story: An in-depth look at the allegations against Amanda Barge and how she responded to them
Amanda Barge resigned as county commissioner April 8, 2019.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Isabel Mishkin, the new student body president.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Christine Fernando about why students have to take P155: Public Oral Communication.
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Caroline Anders about her story detailing sexual harassment allegations against county commissioner Amanda Barge.
Posted: IUSG election, IU-Bloomington School of Nursing's first male Latino student, women's basketball
On this episode of Posted, hosts Lydia Gerike and Jacob deCastro talk about the week's headlines and speak with Kaitlin Edquist about her story "The artist's memories."