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Richard and Mary Hardy sat outside Alumni Hall in the Indiana Memorial Union Tuesday greeting IU students and staff as they entered the IU Health Center’s 43rd annual Health Fair. Two framed photos of the couple sat on a table as students passed by; one of the couple in high school and one of the couple 20 years ago.
Filling seven rows of seats on the floor and four sections of home team bleachers, friends and family gathered Saturday to celebrate the life of IU student Joseph Smedley.
Electric candlelight illuminated Dunn Meadow on Wednesday evening as students, friends and family remembered IU students Joseph Smedley and Yaolin Wang.
He loved music. He sang along to Billy Joel and Frank Sinatra, and argued there was no way to pick just one favorite Michael Jackson song. He played the trombone in his high school Jazz Band, as well as the
piano for fun.
With faces masked by black bandanas, the students and supporters marched down Kirkwood Avenue chanting, “Whatever we wear and wherever we go, yes means yes and no means no.”
The Night Owl, a free service to students, expanded two weeks ago to include a new Indiana Memorial Union Special Route and an additional A Route, both running Friday nights.
Jennifer Maher’s 6-year-old son, Jack, doesn’t read yet, but he does know his colors. He knows what a Barbie doll is and he knows what colors are typically associated with the toy.
An incident of rape was reported as occurring in an off-campus apartment early last Friday morning, according to an IU Police
Larry Isom is a finisher. As director of facilities for Residential Programs and Services, he’s the one people call to get things done. He sees projects through and advises the students he works with to complete their educations.
After months of preparation and collaboration with the University Architect’s Office and the Indiana Memorial Union, the IU Foundation has installed a new donor recognition wall.
They chalked sidewalks, blocked traffic and beat on cars. They held signs that read, "Stop killing my brothers and sisters." They chanted, "Hands up, don't shoot," as they marched the streets of Bloomington.
After last week’s Demonstration Against Patriarchal Assault rally, Students Against State Violence is now looking to challenge police violence in a planned demonstration for Andre Green, a teenager shot and killed by an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer last month.
Representing former IU student John Phillip Enochs in a case involving two counts of rape, lawyer Katharine Liell said she believes there is evidence in the case not reported in the probable cause affidavit that “will change the minds of the public.”
A former IU student has been charged with two counts of rape in two separate instances.
Tery will do anything for his tennis ball.
Chile peppers, gluten-free mallow chip cookies, heirloom tomatoes and more could be found just outside the IU Art Museum
From IDS reports
With September being National Preparedness Month, the IU Notify system has recently expanded to include computer updates via a new Alertus emergency alert software.
The IU Police Department was out in full force Saturday to cover the IU football home opener against Southern Illinois University.
Sgt. Brian Oliger of the IU Police Department said the worst thing to happen to the police and its surrounding community was the invention of the motor vehicle.