A lecture given by the controversial social scientist Charles Murray last week showed that even in the middle of the most contested fights, IU remains true to its core principles.
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The use of sarin gas by the Assad regime in an attack on its civilian population represents a grave moral failing and departure from international law.
When someone makes a mistake, we expect them to atone for it in some way.
Indiana lawmakers recently struck down a bill raising the cigarette tax from $0.99 per pack to $1.50 per pack.
Hoosiers will have a chance in 2018 to decide if the Indiana Constitution should be amended to require a balanced budget. If passed, this amendment will mean that the Indiana General Assembly will have to collect more in revenues than it spends every year. The Editorial Board is in favor of this amendment because it will ensure that the fiscal responsibility Indiana embraces will continue long into the future.
A political organization has filed a case with the United States Supreme Court to overturn the state of Indiana’s ban on the use of robocalls, automated and prerecorded messages sent to thousands of phones at once, for political campaigns.
Right now, many Bloomington area residents are concerned with the ongoing discussions of annexation. In the past few weeks the city of Bloomington had meetings to discuss the proposed plan to incorporate nearly 10,000 acres around the outskirts of Bloomington.
As the dust settles on another IU Student Association election, it's time to step back and take a look at the student government elections process.
We’re living in the age of information and automation, and many technological advancements have created ethical questions for which the answers are not easy. Cost-benefit analyses are tricky when dealing with changes for which comparable historical examples are not available.
The Indiana Statehouse has taken initiative to encourage young people to get involved in politics.
IU Athletics Director Fred Glass introduced Archie Miller last Monday as the new coach of the men’s basketball program. Miller comes to IU from the University of Dayton where he coached the Dayton Flyers, a mid-major team that has made the NCAA tournament the past four years.
The Hippocratic oath, which is taken by all doctors, serves as a moral guideline on how to address health care in terms of their patients. One of the key tenets in the modern version of the oath is to “apply for the benefit of the sick” and that “warmth, sympathy, and understanding” all must be used to treat the person.
IU is a community that is hypothetically dedicated to equal access and accommodation for all its members. However, the Editorial Board believes that when it comes to disability access, IU, and the state of Indiana, is falling short.
Indiana lawmakers debated last Wednesday about how police collect and keep DNA samples from suspected criminals.
The student government election is over and, while the election cycle winds down and complaints are being heard, we do know how many IU students voted in the election.
Google is refusing to hand over the identities of users who searched a specific name to a Minnesota police department.
Members of the United States Congress are not allowed to raise their own salaries in the same term as they hold a vote to do so. That way, any time a pay raise is scheduled, representatives have to face the voters before it takes place. The last time Congress raised its salary successfully was between 2008 and 2009, when automatic pay raises were removed. By removing automatic pay raises, the United States Congeresses went a step further towards strong anti-corruption measures, taking even more potential for abuse out of the system.
On Wednesday and Thursday students can choose to vote for IGNITE, Empower IU, Engage with IU, Focus or Psych Up in the IU Student Association. The Editorial Board attended the election debate Tuesday to hear the platforms of the five tickets.
Recent reports out of the G20 forum indicate countries are giving way to President Trump’s trade agenda. Reuters claims that language about resisting protectionism was dropped from the conference’s pledge.
IU Athletics Director Fred Glass announced Thursday Tom Crean has been fired from his position as IU men’s basketball head coach. Crean served in that position for the Hoosiers for nine years, beginning in 2008. Though the Editorial Board appreciates Crean as a great recruiter and rebuilder, it’s time for him to go.