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About 40 percent of the total funds, $395,000, will go toward diversity
recruitment. $270,000 will fund timely completion initiatives and
$239,000 will fund mentoring programs.
The 18-year-old Clarendon Hills, Ill., native died Sunday in her dorm room at McNutt Quad. Her cause of death was unknown
IU was named a 2014 Military Friendly School by veteran-owned business
Victory Media Inc. The
annual Military Friendly Schools list includes the top 20 percent of
schools in the United States which deliver the best experience for
military students, based on the quality of military support on campus,
the university’s academic credibility and the percentage of military
To local freelance artist Patrick Siney, the rock sculptures represent the idea of a shared ancestry
Trustee Thomas Reilly was elected today to a two-year team. Reilly has
served as trustee since former Gov. Mitch Daniels appointed him in 2005.
A leashless dog ran through Dunn Meadow Thursday afternoon with IU student Katie Speer close behind, dogless leash in hand.
Coach Tim Fick is reviving the 3000-year-old sport at IU. Fick and his friend Steven Quigley started IU’s Gaelic Hurling club five
emBRAce, one of IU’s smallest philanthropy clubs, provides support for low-income women in more than one sense of the word. Members of the club collect new and gently used bras and donate them to shelters that offer services for women in need.
Just in time for Culture of Care week and Little 500 weekend, IU Student
Association has launched the SafeRide program, a service which provides
transportation to students in near-emergency situations.
Junior Jose Mitjavila is already making plans for next year as he steps
into the role of student body president of IU Student Association.
This sentiment that ‘it’s not over yet’ seems to be shared by many of the participants in Thursday and Friday’s demonstrations.
About 250 students, faculty and staff carrying signs and banners painted
with slogans like “No debt bondage” and “Double the 4, we want more”
assembled near the red clock.
IU on Strike activists have been preparing for this week for months.
YOUniversity is the unofficial winner of the IU Student Association election following the end of voting at 10 p.m. Wednesday.
IUSA election continues today. Voting is open until 10 p.m.
As landscape architect for IU, Mia Williams is building the image of the University — all eight campuses.
Candidates for next year’s IUSA administration have taken the Culture of Care into consideration as they plan their platforms.
IU Student Association representatives are in the position to mediate
discourse between students and administrators. Candidates are also
considering ways to understand student needs.
Pending a public hearing next Wednesday, the IU Supreme Court decided
Thursday night to grant temporary relief for SPARC for IU’s
disqualification from the IUSA election.
Candidates for IU Student Association debated
Thursday about issues from the relationship between students and
administrators to the budget.