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After protests erupted Thursday, the IU Board of Trustees convened Friday morning for the second day of meetings with few interruptions.
Student activists began protesting during the Board of Trustees meeting Thursday afternoon.
Additional locker space on the upper level of the Student Recreational
Sports Center is unrelated to increased instances of theft, Associate
Director of Recreational Sports Jackie Puterbaugh said.
The SRSC installed the additional storage space for safety and increased theft prevention, she said.
Social work students organized a panel, “Defending Cultural Competency
in Our School Systems,” Tuesday evening to discuss the importance of
educator awareness of different cultures.
Bedford, Ind., resident Missy Wilson had just learned the man who killed
her son would face eight years in prison instead of the 16 he
Renovation and expansion on the newly renamed Hodge Hall Undergraduate
Center, the undergraduate building of the Kelley School of Business, is
scheduled to begin in mid-May.
A Monroe County sheriff’s deputy and a suspect were transported to the
hospital after the Bloomington Police Department responded to a shot
fired at the intersection of West Seventh and North Adams streets at
about 2:30 p.m. Thursday.
As 18 campus buses need to be replaced, the University is looking to
invest in more environmentally friendly transportation options.
IU Student Association President Justin Kingsolver asks why students have not been involved in the search and screening process for the University's new provost.
Students gathered in the Indiana Memorial Union’s Frangipani Room on
Tuesday night to listen to former Playboy Playmate Rebekka Armstrong, an HIV/AIDS awareness activist,
speak about her experience living with HIV/AIDS.
The new legislation, which will take effect July 1, will require public
four-year colleges in Indiana to limit bachelor’s degree programs to 120
credit hours. These 120 credit hours are equivalent to a full-time
student taking 15 credit hours per semester for a four-year period.
Beta Sigma Psi’s qualification run didn’t just start at 8:20 a.m. Saturday. It started with last year’s qualifications when the team placed 34th,
missing the opportunity to ride in the 2011 Little 500 race by 0.06
No fish will be swimming in Showalter Fountain for tonight’s Sweet 16 game against Kentucky.
A new fee tacked on $90 each semester in the 2011-12 academic year, and
students enrolling in classes this summer session will shell out another
$54 toward on-campus renovations and repairs.
Urban Outfitters, Inc., drew some negative attention recently in the
wake of a lawsuit filed by the Navajo Nation on Feb. 28, coupled with
its release of a line of St. Patrick’s Day products that caused consumer
criticism for its association of the Irish with alcohol.
IU Archives’ newest exhibit, “A Coming In, Never a Going Out: The Vision
of the Kirkwood Gateway,” features correspondences in typewriter font,
receipts and sketches from the planning of the Sample Gates.