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A water main broke this morning at 17th and Jackson streets, according to a city press release.
The City of Bloomington is cracking down on scooter use and scooter companies after nearly two months of electric scooter presence in the city.
A lawsuit filed against the Trustees of Indiana University regarding the residence hall mold issues moved to federal court Friday. The case, originally filed through the Circuit Court of Monroe County on Oct. 17, was transferred to the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.
Sophomore Carly Shoneman was shocked when she woke up Saturday to news of a deadly shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue. As someone from Philadelphia with friends in Pittsburgh, she spent the day checking on loved ones to make sure they were OK and processing the news herself.
In light of the renaming of what was known as the Wildermuth Intramural Center earlier this month, students and faculty discussed renaming Jordan Hall on Friday afternoon at the Political and Civic Engagement program’s Free Speech Friday.
It was just the new environment, freshmen Julia Gibson and her roommate thought as they moved into their room in McNutt Quad in August and immediately got sick.
Students got up one by one and shared their health care stories in front of the audience. Some directed their words at the two officials present. Some talked to the small crowd in front of them.
IU is working to resolve a widespread mold problem in residence halls, according to statements by the University.
Misty air, chunky sweaters and chai lattes were far from reality last week as temperatures soared into the 80s. But after a few chilly days and nights, the signs of fall are appearing and seem to be here to stay.
Raising Awareness of Interactions in Sexual Encounters group members relax with tea and snacks and discuss the recent Kavanaugh events. The group is a sexual assault education group that does not have University oversight.
Everyone needed a break.
The Bloomington Mayor’s Office will proclaim Oct. 8 Indigenous Peoples' Day on the day nationally recognized as Columbus Day.
His story has already been told — or so people might think.
Within the next month, IU’s trees will be ablaze with color. Earthy greens will transform into flaming reds and yellows, and the crunch of leaves will be heard underfoot.
For Raegan Davis, president of College Democrats at IU, the implications of U.S. Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh being approved are personal.
The cheerful, college-student faces and colorful photos of fully furnished apartments are all too familiar when you open a housing brochure. But what will that apartment complex be like in reality?
IU’s revised policy on scooter parking and usage is expected to be released in the next week.
Erin Carman-Sweeney, IU Campus Farm manager and educator, shows a geology class different types of plants being grown Sept. 19 on the campus farm. The farm is in its first season of growing food for campus dining halls and local charities.
Wearing a blue Hawaiian shirt, black rubber boots and a sun hat, Erin Carman-Sweeney, IU Campus Farm manager and educator, stood next to long rows of plants ranging from tiny seedlings to sprawling, leafy butternut squash.
A flock of 100 Bird scooters landed in Bloomington on Thursday. Now, as students take off across the city and campus, questions about scooter regulations are flying.