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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.
A group of three freshman wore hospital masks Tuesday during the 2018 State of the University Address to draw attention to the mold problem on campus.
When it is time for students at IU Northwest and other satellite campuses to graduate, their diplomas will simply read "Indiana University."
The Wildermuth Intramural Center was renamed the Intramural Center at the IU Board of Trustees meeting.
The IU Board of Trustees completed the first of its two days of meetings Thursday at IU-Purdue University Indianapolis.
IU-Bloomington has received an award for increased campus diversity and inclusion for the fourth year in a row.
A plan to add a year of shared courses and a plan to break from the mold of a four-year undergraduate education were the main topics at Tuesday’s Bloomington Faculty Council meeting.
Faculty and staff should be on the lookout for upcoming changes in IU's retirement program.
There is an opening within IU’s faculty, and the process to fill it has begun.
When IU President Herman B Wells tasked Leo Dowling with expanding the University’s foreign reach in 1943, there were only 29 international students.
An IU School of Public Health program received the American Society of Safety Professionals Outstanding Student Section of the Year Award, according to a press release.
The Media School has received the largest gift in its history for the foundation of an independent investigative journalism center, according to an IU press release.
It seems around every corner, there is the red fencing and heavy machinery marking a construction project in the works. Here's a roundup of construction projects happening or scheduled to start on campus.
The Bloomington Faculty Council had its first meeting for the 2018-2019 academic year Tuesday to discuss student outreach, vote on proposed amendments and examine the trends of students graduating with credits from other institutions.
Parents and prospective students mill around the new admissions office at Ernie Pyle Hall. Tour guides huddle to review their new talking points and route for the campus tour. It’s student tour guide Nicole Hill’s first tour since the start of the new semester.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will publish new policies for handling sexual misconduct on college campuses, according to an Aug. 29 New York Time article. Since the rules are not published yet, it is unclear what the effects would be for IU.
Robert Ferrell, a former IU professor and leading historian on American diplomacy, died at 97 at a nursing home in Chelsea, Michigan, earlier this month.
In May, School of Public and Environmental Affairs dean John D. Graham thought he would continue deanship for two or three more years. Graham's plan quickly changed when he received news of the birth of his second granddaughter, Isabella.
In the sea of people marching down Third Street, one woman’s sign stood out. A plastic pink lei was wrapped around the wooden stick that held it.