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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.
Following social media posts critical of IU's sexual assault policies, as well as posts stating the University violated Title IX while investigating her case, an IU student will no longer work as an RA next school year and has also organized a march and rally to take place during Welcome Week to bring attention to sexual assault on campus.
The IU-Purdue partnership in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has officially changed after long-discussed plans to split Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne into different universities took effect July 1. While both universities will share the same buildings and remain on the original campus, they are now separate entities.
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IU alumni elected Donna Spears to the IU Board of Trustees. After votes were counted Saturday, Spears received 4,151 votes out of a total of 13,710 and defeated her opponents, including incumbent Phil Eskew, who finished second.
The majority of IU students may have gone home over the summer, but the IU Board of Trustees continued to make decisions and grind away at its regular meeting June 15 at IU-Northwest in Gary, Indiana.
IU alumnus Lemuel Watson is returning to the University as the dean of the School of Education.
Monday marked the opening for IU's Mexico Gateway Office in Mexico City. The Mexico office is the fourth of its kind around the world, and joins other IU international offices in New Delhi, Beijing and Berlin.
Summer in Bloomington means fewer students, a generally quieter campus and numerous construction projects. The Indiana Daily Student spoke with IU Capital Planning and Facilities’ Jim Stewart to learn about what’s happening on campus and what changes students can expect to see when they return in the fall.
Jim Rodenbush was announced as the new director of IU Student Media by the dean of the Media School, James Shanahan, on Monday.
A national group of animal activists has claimed in a recent press release the IU School of Medicine is responsible for the deaths of 116 test animals and the injuries of others.
IU has selected Dave O'Guinn to take over from Lori Reesor as the new vice provost for student affairs and dean of students, as of May 15.
Thirty different foreign ambassadors, representing countries scattered across four continents, spent last Monday at IU where they spoke with IU leaders about both local and global problems that people, universities and nations can help solve.
Lori Reesor, the vice provost for student affairs and dean of students, is leaving IU to take a new position at University of Wisconsin–Madison, which begins July 1.
The Bloomington Faculty Council covered a lot of ground this semester, including voting to create a third lecturer rank, passing proposals to amend the council’s constitution and beginning to review IU’s general education requirements.
The Bloomington Faculty Council approved a proposal to name the third lecturer rank Teaching Professor in a vote of 32 to 20 at its Tuesday meeting.
The IU Board of Trustees first day of meetings heard reports on accreditation, campus updates, Title IX and student success. The board met Thursday in the Indiana Memorial Union.