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The Bloomington Faculty Council convened Tuesday in the Indiana Memorial Union for its biweekly meeting, discussing IU's international presence and the first phase of the Student Services Initiative.
IU alumnus and syndicated advice columnist Harlan Cohen talked dating,
thongs and “Getting Naked” Monday night in the Indiana Memorial Union’s
Some 30 people occupied Dunn Meadow on Thursday to
protest what they believe to be critical problems with traditional
schooling. The event, which was for the National Day of Action for
Education, was organized in solidarity with the Occupy Movement.
IU Student Association ticket Movement for IUSA marked the beginning of its campaign Wednesday.
An IU-commissioned study released last week about the University and IU
Health’s economic impact on the state has sparked a debate.
Last Friday, the Trustees approved the on-campus housing rates for the
2012-13 academic year, which involved voting for an increase in the cost
of several housing facilities across campus.
The Bloomington Faculty Council convened Tuesday and discussed the first
phase of the long-term Shared Services Initiative, a plan that would
restructure some parts of the University in an effort to cut costs and
provide services more efficiently.
Student volunteers from IU made their way to the Crestmont Boys and
Girls Club, which is located about three miles west of campus in a
The Board of Trustees will vote today to potentially finalize an increase to housing costs on campus.
The Board of Trustees will meet today and tomorrow at IU-Purdue
University Indianapolis. The board’s business meeting will be at 11:30
a.m. Friday in room 132 of the University Place Conference Center.
Seven undergraduates competed in the Miss IU pageant, a preliminary to
the Miss Indiana and Miss America competitions, vying not only for the
title but for more than $3,000 in scholarships.
The Ind. state legislature has recently been faced with several bills
pertaining to higher education. Two of these bills, as of this week, are
no longer eligible to be enacted this year.
Only four designs remain in the competition for IU’s official plaid.The contest, which is held by Students in Free Enterprise, kicked
off last fall when more than 25 undergraduates submitted variations of
plaid in IU’s official cream and crimson colors, as well as up to four
IU students using Google services on a daily basis might find themselves affected in March.
Lauren Robel, former dean of the Maurer School of Law, talks about her new position as interim provost.
Last semester the President’s Challenge website tracked IU employees’
nutrition and exercise progress throughout their participation in the
Healthy IU fitness competition. On Jan. 19, those same IU employees received an email from President’s Challenge officials delivering some alarming news.
The Bloomington Faculty Council convened Tuesday afternoon. The meeting was
the first of the year and raised issues about faculty policy and
graduate appointee stipends.
Five IU students are competing for a $1,000 scholarship in the Big Ten Network’s Live Big scholarship competition.
The competition, which opened in November, required students from each
of the 12 schools in the Big Ten conference to submit an essay outlining
their service contributions of at least 10 hours.
Senior Kristen Thomas said she initially thought greek life was something she wanted out of her college experience.