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IU professor Eleanor Winsor Leach, 80, was found dead in her home Monday afternoon.
IU appointed Philemon Yebei as the new assistant vice president for administration beginning March 1.
The Snapchat post went up on Tuesday night, the sixth day of Black History Month, and by Wednesday afternoon, the photo had circulated around campus.
A Snapchat story posted Wednesday by IU freshman Hannah Huber immediately sparked outrage after it circulated among other students.
Starting March 19, students will no longer have access to their email accounts via Umail.
A new residence hall, increased room and board rates, new degrees and more were approved by the IU Board of Trustees at last week's meeting at IU-Purdue University Indianapolis. All issues discussed at the committee meetings were approved by the board, according to IU's Twitter page. The proposals included many projects at IU’s regional campuses. Room and Board A new $99 million residence hall and dining facility to be completed by fall 2020 was approved by the board, according to the IU Twitter page. Its dining hall will be convenient for students in Briscoe, McNutt and Foster Quads. Residence and dining rates will increase by an average of 2.3 percent in the 2018-19 school year, bringing standard room and board to $6,965, up $157 from the current price. The IU Board of Trustees Finance, Audit & Strategic Planning Committee unanimously approved the new rates Thursday.
Campus and city authorities spoke to the Indiana Daily Student about what Martin Luther King Jr. Day means to the Bloomington community, especially given the current political discourse.
Bruce Cole, distinguished professor emeritus and former IU trustee, died Jan. 8. He was 79.
The Bloomington Faculty Council met Tuesday and focused on three main topics: A resolution in opposition to the taxation of tuition waivers, a discussion of the suspension of fraternities belonging to the Interfraternity Council and the passing of policy changes on a previously discussed policy.
The IU Board of Trustees approved the appointment of a new vice president for international affairs during the Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 meetings at IU Southeast New Albany.
IU graduate students flooded the three stories of staircases leading up to President Michael McRobbie’s office in Bryan Hall on Wednesday afternoon.
Update: This story has been updated to include part of a statement from IU President Michael McRobbie. His full remarks can be found here.
A victim from a homicide in Indianapolis on Monday morning has been identified as Kevin Rodgers, the program director emeritus of the emergency medicine residency for the IU School of Medicine.
The School of Education is looking for a new dean. The search committee met Nov. 6 to begin the process of filling the position.
The School of Global and International Studies has established a center that gathers experts and focuses on issues in international development.
The Bloomington Faculty Council focused on three main areas at the Tuesday meeting: a resolution about Woodburn 100, a new policy about instructor-developed classroom materials and sustainability initiatives.
A new Indiana Campus Farm will provide local organic food to multiple campus and community locations, according to an IU press release.
Crimson building signs speckle the IU-Bloomington campus’s 1,936 acres – but the campus’s boundaries can be ambiguous, IU landscape architect Mia Williams said. The new IU gateway construction on the corner of Seventh Street and Indiana Avenue is an effort to clarify those borders.
As Laurie Burns McRobbie presented actress and philanthropist Glenn Close with this year’s Women Leading the Way award, everyone at the Bicentennial Campaign For All Who Lead and Volunteer event gave a standing ovation.
One author took President Michael McRobbie's suggestion to write a book when he retired and looked to IU's buildings for his material.