While Democrats swept local positions in Monroe County, Republicans dominated statewide races. The IDS has compiled a comprehensive list of winners from the 2022 midterm elections, from the school board to the senate.
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IU reported a gas leak near Seventh Street and Rose Avenue on the north sidewalk, according to an IU Notify Bloomington alert sent just at 6:30 p.m.
Kyle Seibert and Bell Pastore of the Thrive for IU Student Government campaign were sworn in Friday as president and vice president at the 74th annual IUSG inauguration. They will succeed the former IUSG President Ky Freeman and former IUSG Vice President Madeline Dederichs, whose administration was celebrated for their accomplishments by past and present IUSG members at the event.
The Office of Public Health Practice in the IU School of Public Health celebrated National Public Health Week this week with a series of events such as food drives and de-stressing activities.
IU Student Government leaders expressed the importance of working with student organizations to implement policies that better address students’ concerns at a town hall organized by IUSG’s executive branch Wednesday evening.
Former IU First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie spoke about the influence of women and underrepresented minorities in IU’s history during a virtual presentation Wednesday evening.
Exchange Online will become the official university email for all IU students, replacing IU Gmail accounts starting May 17, according to an email from University Information Technology Services.
COVID-19 booster shots offer higher levels of protection against serious illness, but their effectiveness wanes over time, according to a study published in February by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Bloomington climate groups, IU Student Government and other students organized a protest at Sample Gates Friday to demand a climate action plan from IU. Part of the plan demands IU move to carbon neutrality by 2040.
Voting for the IU Student Government student body president and vice president election will be open from 10 a.m. Tuesday to 10 p.m. Wednesday online. Each student will receive an email from the IU Division of Student Affairs with a link to vote Tuesday morning.
IU Student Government candidates from the Unite for IUSG and Thrive for IUSG tickets discussed diversity and the relationship between the executive and legislative branch during the debate Friday night. The election will be held Tuesday and Wednesday.
Students, faculty and community members protested Russia's invasion of Ukraine at Sample Gates Friday. Protestors with blue and yellow ribbons, face paint, flags and signs chanted “long live Ukraine” and “we stand with Ukraine.”
IU Student Government Congress passed two pieces of legislation involving police brutality and antisemitism Monday, according to an IUSG Congress press release. The body also confirmed three IUSG Supreme Court Justices during their meeting.
Candidates from Unite for IU Student Government and Thrive for IUSG discussed diversity and inclusion as well as mask mandates during the town hall Friday.
Candidates for the 2022 IU Student Body President election started campaigning Feb. 9, after the deadline to submit declarations of candidacy passed Feb. 8. Voting will begin March 1.
The IU Student Government Supreme Court ruled Jan. 1 acting executive officials can spend money even if the IUSG Congress is unable to confirm those officials. After a public hearing was held Jan. 12 regarding the actions of treasurer Micah Jackson, the IUSG Supreme Court found Jackson guilty for unconstitutionally using IUSG funds for purposes not approved by the budget.
IU’s Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs held a social justice conference to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day featuring social justice experts who spoke about critical race theory and the importance of MLK Day. The conference took place Sunday and Monday.
A committee in IU Student Government started considering applicants for the IU Supreme Court after the legislative session began Jan. 10. The committee will give IUSG President Ky Freeman a list of recommended candidates for him to nominate.
IU is offering several COVID-19 testing options on campus amid a surge in cases fueled by the Omicron variant.
Editor’s Note: This story includes mention of sexual violence.