The night of April 5, 2021, Peter Jeske decided not to watch the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Game — the Gonzaga University Bulldogs versus the Baylor University Bears.
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Many young musicians practice for countless hours to audition for the Jacobs School of Music. But what happens to the students that get rejected?
A new Monroe County project seeks to give underrepresented communities voices in health policy decisions by connecting them with local leaders.
The Supreme Court refused to block Indiana University’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate Monday, which requires students receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
IU is launching national searches for four key leadership positions, according to the university’s website. The search for each open position has a hiring chair.
Masks will be required indoors on all IU campuses for all students, staff, faculty and visitors effective Thursday, Aug. 5, according to an email from the university.
All students at Indiana University, unless they meet an exemption, must be vaccinated for COVID-19 starting next semester, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday.
Indiana University trustee Melanie Walker, 62, has died, according to a press release from the university Sunday.
The joint task force between the City of Bloomington and IU, convened by Mayor John Hamilton to recommend new names for Jordan Avenue, has completed its report.
Monroe County returned to the yellow advisory level on the Indiana State Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard on Wednesday, meaning there are more than 10 weekly cases per 100,000 residents.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance from Tuesday will be reviewed but IU has no big changes to its masking policy as of yet, Dr. Aaron Carroll, Chief Health Officer of IU said during an “Ask Aaron” webinar on Wednesday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended Tuesday that fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors in areas with high transmission rates as COVID-19 cases in the United States continue to rise.
Angela Lee, an international student from Santiago, Chile said the events hosted by the International Welcome Week Team exposed her to American culture and reminded her she was not alone.
Immigrant leaders, allies demonstrate in Bloomington during 300-mile “Walk for Licenses” across Indiana
The march in Bloomington
IU President Pamela Whitten sent her first message as the university’s president Tuesday, thanking the IU community as she transitions into her role.
International students can be employed in a student hourly position or hold an assistantship in the United States, according to the Office of International Services website. They are not eligible for work-study positions because they are part of a federally funded program.
Pamela S. Whitten will take office as IU’s 19th president and as IU’s first female president Thursday. Whitten is replacing IU president Michael McRobbie, who announced plans to retire.
Jeremy Morris of Indianapolis and Donna Spears of Richmond, Indiana were elected by IU alumni to the Board of Trustees, according to a press release from the university Wednesday.
The Indiana Department of Health is hosting a free mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Monroe County Fair on July 1-2 from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. as part of ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to a press release from the Monroe County Health Department Monday.
The Bloomington Fire Department command staff formerly located at Station One on 300 E. Fourth St. will temporarily relocate to the former law offices at 226 S. College Ave after flooding last weekend forced the downtown fire station to close, according to a release from the City of Bloomington.