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At IU-Bloomington 79 percent of the buildings are 40 years old or older, said Thomas Morrison, vice president for capital planning and facilities, at the Board of Trustees meeting Thursday.
Students Against State Violence interrupted a Board of Trustees meeting Wednesday to voice their demands regarding the police, sexual assault, social justice and IU as a sanctuary campus.
IU Student Association President Sara Zaheer was presenting on mental health issues on campus to the IU Board of Trustees on Wednesday afternoon when 11 people walked in carrying posters. One said “WWHBWD What Would Herman B Wells Do.” Another said “#SanctuaryCampus”. They formed a line at the back of Alumni Hall and held up
The Faculty Misconduct Review Policy was revised at the Bloomington Faculty Council meeting Tuesday afternoon to include full-time, non-tenure track faculty. It also redefined misconduct to include situations that occur off-campus.
After much discussion at its meeting Friday afternoon, the Graduate and Professional Student Government passed a resolution which would provide an active shooter response workshop for graduate students.
Representatives from a variety of public health and safety-related departments in the IU and Bloomington communities gathered Tuesday evening at the Indiana Memorial Union to encourage students to form a group called IU Public Safety
The Student Advocates Office, located in Eigenmann Hall, helps any IU student encountering an issue or concern that impacts their life as a student by connecting them to resources on campus.
The agenda for the Board of Trustees meeting Friday included a diversity report and a report from the Office of Student Welfare &
If IU graduates formed a nation, they would be 166th in world population, 35th in total Olympic medals and 9th in total Nobel Prize winners, the IU Alumni Association reported to the Board of Trustees Thursday.
New internet safety measures have been taken to ensure IU accounts are secure from phishing.
Hacking is a huge problem around the world, especially at IU. Professor Brad Wheeler gave a cybersecurity report at the Bloomington Faculty Council meeting Tuesday. In the report, Wheeler discussed the security surrounding IU websites and internet.
Following a difficult year in the Office of Student Ethics, students and administrators met Thursday evening to discuss better means of communication and changes to IU’s Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct.
President Michael McRobbie gave the annual State of the University speech Wednesday. McRobbie discussed the past year and future goals for IU. He also talked about the freshmen in IU’s bicentennial class of 2020.
The Student Building will be renamed to honor Frances Morgan Swain, IU’s ninth first lady, according to a Sept. 7 Inside IU article.
Displayed across the IU is Home campaign website is a message: “Home is where you write your story. Home is where you belong.”
Larry Singell, executive dean of the IU College of Arts and Sciences, is a candidate for provost and executive vice chancellor of the University of Kansas’ Lawrence campus.
IU-Bloomington is putting on forums and receptions to meet three finalists for the vice provost for student affairs and dean of students position.
Jason Casares, IU associate dean of students and deputy Title IX director, has been put on paid administrative leave by the University following accusations of sexual assault at an Association for Student Conduct Administration conference, according to IU spokesperson Mark Land.
IU may have recruited its most diverse class in history, but the need to push for inclusivity is greater than ever, Provost Lauren Robel said in her 2016 State of the Campus Address.
Students, faculty and staff marched, celebrated and applauded their way to the IU Auditorium in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs’ groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the Paul H. O’Neill Graduate Center.