Moving into your first apartment or house is hard. From tips for removing pesky stains, to the latest TikTok decorating trends, the Indiana Daily Student staff is here to help with our Housing and Living Guide.
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Today, you’ll notice the Indiana Daily Student website looks a little different.
As polls closed at 6 p.m. in Indiana, election officials will spend the next few days counting up in-person votes and absentee ballots, including mail-in votes.
The Indiana Daily Student is compiling all of our coverage of sexual harassment allegations against associate professor Murray McGibbon. Read on, and check back for our coverage of the IU community’s response.
With racism and police brutality coming to the forefront of public attention across the community and nation, many are condemning police departments and the justice system, arguing they perpetuate systemic racism.
Correction: This story was updated at 6:05 p.m. on Oct. 5 to correct earlier statements made about funding changes in the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs. The headline has been updated and clarifying statements from James Wimbush, Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs have been added.IU-Bloomington’s total budget for this academic year, publicly released three months later than usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is $1.7 billion, 0.1% smaller than last year’s.
Last month, President Michael McRobbie announced his retirement, concluding his decades-long service to IU. He held key administrative roles, working his way up from the vice president of information technology in 1997 to university president in 2006. While McRobbie is hailed as a harbinger of technological innovation and international recognition, his tenure represents a history of empty promises and priorities that ignored a decaying campus life.
On the first day of her sophomore year, Lilly Rust tried to log into Canvas.
Students’ academic experience may have suffered from the switch to online learning caused by COVID-19, but their spring semester grades are on average higher than usual, according to a June 12 grade distribution report from the registrar.
With protests erupting around the country following the killing of George Floyd, the Indiana Daily Student is compiling all of its coverage from this last week to one platform. Read on.
Note for whoever edits this: we have a separate build out planned and you will be able to choose your district and it will only show the relevant candidates for that district. So, it will not read so long when people actually look at it and it will be more interactive! Also we have pictures for (almost) all of them! Very exciting
If you watched recordings of all the IU-affiliated Zoom calls from March 9, it would take eight months of nonstop streaming.
Editor's Note: This map will be updated as more information becomes available. This article and map were last updated at 12:07 p.m. August 23 to report an increase in the numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the state. There are now at least 85,932 cases of the coronavirus in Indiana and 3,003 deaths. Monroe County reported its first death from the coronavirus April 12.
Nashville, Indiana, saw a break from near-freezing temperatures this weekend as it welcomed a dose of California sunshine.
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.
An Indiana Daily Student analysis found the Frank E. McKinney Jr. Fountain outside Simon Music Library used an unusually large amount of water between July 2017 and June 2018.Questions from the IDS about this finding triggered an investigation by IU Utility Services which found a faulty connection caused the fountain to waste an unknown amount of water.
There are 618,000 cubic feet of utility tunnels snaking under the ground IU students tread, transporting utilities to residential and academic buildings. The Indiana Daily Student analyzed data to understand how these utilities are used among buildings on campus.