When current IU Student Body President Aaliyah Raji first began her campaign under the IGNITE campaign, she knew exactly who she wanted by her side.
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IUSG will no longer be required to satisfy previous requirements for multicultural representation stating there is not a minimum number of seats that must be filled to be legitimate.
IU Student Government and Shattering the Silence, an IU organization for survivors of sexual violence, have come together to host several events April 2-6 in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The events are held on campus for students to show support toward sexual assault survivors.
A recent report from the Indiana Youth Institute ranked Indiana 28th in the nation for child well-being and reflected increases in mental health issues regarding suicide, primarily amongst LGBTQ youth.
IU students voted to pass two amendments to the IUSG constitution. The first amendment will eliminate the required minimum number of multicultural seats in IUSG Congress and the second will clarify when appointments are needed to replace vacant congressional seats.
The IGNITE campaign won the IU Student Government 2023 presidential and vice-presidential election, according to preliminary results from the IUSG Election Commission.
Voting for IU Student Government student body president, vice president, and some congressional representatives will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday. Students will receive an email from the IU Division of Student Affairs with a link to cast their ballots for their preferred executive and congressional candidates as well as vote on two constitutional amendments.
The candidates running for IU student body president and vice president discussed initiatives they would implement if elected and listened to students’ concerns about campus safety, student health and communication between students and IU student government in a town hall Thursday.
IU Student Government has begun the electoral progress for next year's representatives.
IUSG plans on funding the endowment of Plan B on campus, amongst other health initiatives through the Student Health Care Fund, Bell Pastore, student body vice president said.
Dr. Caitlin Bernard dropped a lawsuit filed against Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita to prevent him from investigating her after she performed an abortion on a 10-year-old from Ohio who was raped.
Bloomington has faced criticism for the aggressive towing strategies in the city, which is pushing students in the area to become involved in local government.
The IU School of Medicine received a $48.8 million grant toward furthering research of different therapies to treat Alzheimer's disease on Sept. 29.
College is a stressful time for students no matter their age. From juggling classes, extracurriculars and a social life, one thing that can be overwhelming is worrying about saving money. Here are a few tips to save money and lower stress.
The Down Syndrome Family Connections will host the 15th annual Buddy Walk on Sunday, Oct. 2. at the Monroe County Fairgrounds. Registration will start at 1:30 p.m. and the walk will begin at 3:00 pm.
After the United States Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v Wade decision in late June, it left decision-making on abortion laws to the states, and Indiana lost no time implementing its near-total ban in August. The ban blocks all abortions, except in cases of rape, incest or the birth posing serious health risks to the pregnant person, according to the Indiana Senate Bill 1.
President Joe Biden announced Nov. 4 that businesses with over 100 employees must enforce COVID-19 vaccinations among their staff by Jan. 4, 2022. Multiple Bloomington restaurant owners have voiced concerns that hiring issues could possibly arise from the mandate.