Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of Indiana Daily Student's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
165 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
IU is looking into outsourcing parking operations to a private company in hopes of reaping a profits to fund academic initiatives.
After an Interfraternity Council discussion about reforming the image of
the IU tailgate, the IFC President’s Council voted unanimously Tuesday
to ban handles, half-gallon containers of hard liquor, from the greek
This summer Residential Programs and Services decided to unloft beds in
almost every residence center, Horton said, meaning students who wished
to loft their beds would have to request the services of BedLoft.com.
IU Parking Operations sold about 190 impounded and abandoned bicycles at their auction Saturday.
Indiana State Excise Police issued a record 258 citations during 2012
Welcome Week. This is more than what was handed out during last year’s
Little 500 weekend.
IU is one of the nation’s top 25 most GLBT-friendly colleges, according
to a list released Wednesday by the nonprofit organization Campus Pride
and the Huffington Post.
About 100 parking spaces have been lost due to construction near the new
apartments at Third and Union Streets, Residential Parking Manager
Andy Tellas said.
The Breakdance Club at IU's first practice of the year kicks off from 7 to 9 p.m. today in
racquetball court one at the Ora L. Wildermuth Intramural Center.
Geology professors Juergen Schieber and David Bish are contributing to
the work with Curiosity, the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration rover that touched down on Mars on Aug. 5.
This fall, Andy Hollinden and his students will spend about four hours each week with the Beach Boys in MUS-Z320: Music of The Beach Boys, new to IU this semester.
We’ve provided the answers to a few common college dilemmas. So, when
you receive a phone call from your student asking for advice, whip out
this article and help point them in the right direction.
About 30 students participated in what associate instructor and
organizer Tristan Tager called a “protest for the greater good of
humans” at 5 p.m. Friday at the Sample Gates.
Returning undergraduates can expect a few cost increases on their Bursar statements next year.
About 30 students met with Interim Provost and Executive Vice President
Lauren Robel and Dean of Students Harold “Pete” Goldsmith Monday evening
for the second open forum meeting in the Indiana Memorial Union
Singer Jessie J’s “Do it Like a Dude” played from speakers in a
Ballantine Hall classroom Thursday night as freshman Ash Kulak rehearsed
an act for GenderF**k IU 2012.
Current trustee Philip Eskew and Michael Shumate are vying for a three-year term on the Board of Trustees.
The Bloomington Faculty Council convened Tuesday for the last time this
school year. The council discussed course evaluations, the only action
item on the agenda. The council also discussed affirmative action among
faculty members on campus.
After protests Thursday, the Board of Trustees convened Friday morning for the second day of meetings with few interruptions.