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Spring is here. The chipmunks are coming out of their burrows, crocuses are pushing their fragile heads into the pale March sunlight and IU’s gardeners are ready to get their fingers green. That’s because Residential Programs and Services has just opened its campus garden allotments to students. The plots, located near the water tower on the East State Road 46 bypass, are part of the office’s strategy to create green spaces. Forty plots are available, each measuring 11” by 11”, at a cost of $25.
Spring is here. The chipmunks are coming out of their burrows, crocuses are pushing their fragile heads into the pale March sunlight and IU’s gardeners are ready to get their fingers green.
Eli Lilly CEO John Lechleiter received a 2009 compensation package of $20.9 million, about $6.4 million higher than in 2008.
Last year was a bad year for Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly. The company faced a continued fall in stock price, government fines and bad publicity. This year looks no better. Last week, Lilly agreed to an $18.5 million settlement with the Arkansas Attorney General’s office over false advertising of the antipsychotic drug Zyprexa.
For most students the worst consequence of drinking alcohol is a bad headache and maybe a bad – or blank – memory.But for some of the 2,500-plus students of Asian ancestry at IU, alcohol can cause far more serious health problems.Researchers at IU-Purdue University Indianapolis and Stanford University have made an important breakthrough in the treatment of this liver deficiency. They have discovered a molecule, called Alda-1, that can repair the malfunctioning parts of the liver.
The Large Hadron Collider at the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Switzerland reopened in October after two years of repairs.
Papers can be a real drag. Long hours, pots of coffee, slaving over a keyboard until eyes turn square. Then the paper is handed in, marked up and forgotten.
A recent plan of action by the Bloomington City Council will delay further debates on the I-69 expansion.
The Friends of the Art Bookshop is a bookstore serving IU's arts community with its selection of books rarely seen elsewhere in Bloomington.