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The Jacobs School of Music, with help from The Media School, will launch their Jacobs in LA study program in spring 2024. The eight-week program is for master's students in the music scoring for visual media program. Students will reside in Los Angeles, California and take a three-credit hour course, continue their capstone project and network with professionals in the industry.
The Office of First Year Experience Programs and the Student Involvement and Leadership Center will host Earn Your Stripes Student Celebration Week to recognize students for finishing their first year of college and prepare them for their second year.
A new bill waiting to be signed by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb would require third party food delivery services such as DoorDash, Grubhub and Uber Eats to get written consent from restaurants before listing them on their website or app.
Jay Lennon, a professor and associate chair of the IU department of biology’s evolution, ecology and behavior section, was nominated for and received the Humboldt Research Award. The award provides recipients with $60,000 and six months to one year of residency at a research institution in Germany to explore a research project of their choice.
As IU students returned from spring break, they were greeted with major changes to Forest’s dining hall. Breakfast items from Scratch Café moved to Just Desserts’ location and the desserts formerly in that area moved to the round counter near the west dining room.
Downtown Bloomington Inc. announced on Feb. 23 the Taste of Bloomington festival originally planned for June 17, has been canceled.
The IU School of Education and Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation, also known as Edgewood Schools, received a $3.4 million grant on Jan. 27 from the U.S. Department of Education for their second collaborative project, according to an IU press release.
The IU Board of Trustees approved the decision to increase the standard room and board rate for the 2023-2024 academic year because of inflation’s impact on Residential Programs and Services. According to News at IU, the 1.34% increase equals to $157 per year.
Starting in March, IU will offer an online platform giving on-demand access to mental health resources for students, per a January release.
The Bloomington Ki Badtameezi, or BKB, is partnering with the IMU Union Board and the Office of International Services to host IU’s first Bollywood Dance Collegiate Competition.
Sherene Ing is the new director of the First Nations Educational and Cultural Center at IU.
After five years of development, the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs announced their partnership with University College Dublin on Jan. 13. The partnership will allow students to study and earn a master's of arts management and cultural policy in Bloomington and Dublin, Ireland in two years.
Aimie DeLeon will be joining the IU Student Foundation as its new assistant director of student lifetime engagement on Jan. 30.
On Jan. 18, IU Foundation announced Emily Carrico to be the new Little 500 race director. Prior to accepting the position, Carrico worked for the City of Bloomington’s Parks & Recreation department and is a registered dietitian.
The Bridges: Children, Languages, World program, hosted through The Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, will continue teaching children less-commonly-taught languages in schools and organizations located in Monroe County.
A new support group for people who stutter was created this month through the IU Speech-Language Clinic and has been named the Bloomington chapter of the National Stuttering Association.
With the spring semester beginning, many IU students are returning to campus. However, approximately 1,000 transfer students are stepping onto campus for the first time, according to IU Office of Admissions.
The annual Social Justice Conference, hosted by the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs, or OVPDEMA, will be on Jan. 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
For many graduates, commencement is an important event to capture both as a memory in the moment and to look back on. Here are some spots around campus to take your cap and gown pictures.
Chabad at IU hosted its biggest Shabbat gathering Dec. 9 at Dunn Meadow with over 500 students attending.