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Big Ten schools spent millions on football and men’s basketball coaching severance since 2004.
Four fraternities were placed on cease and desist effective Dec. 16, according to Indiana University’s list of organizations on disciplinary status.
Members of the LGBTQ community say Catholic Bloomington ministry promoting chastity is unwelcoming, traumatizing and disturbing.
Dongwook Ko was sentenced Wednesday for stabbing a 13-year-old girl in 2019 at a camp at the Jacobs School of Music.
Oliver Winery, a Bloomington-based wine company, has been purchased by New York private equity firm NexPhase Capital.
IU alumnus Zachary Horwitz was arrested on April 6 and is accused of orchestrating over a $690 million Ponzi scheme violating federal SEC laws, according to court documents.
The United States Supreme Court denied a petition to review the case of the man convicted of the murder of former IU student Jill Behrman in an order list released April 5.
IU Bloomington has experienced five reported “Zoombombings” this semester and the university’s Information Security and Policy Team is investigating or has already investigated the incidents, IU spokesperson Chuck Carney said.
A bill that would repeal the requirement for a permit to carry a handgun in Indiana was considered Wednesday during a meeting of the Indiana House of Representatives Public Policy Committee. The bill will be amended and voted on by the committee Monday.