The IU Student Association Supreme Court will convene Monday night to reconsider the outcomes of two Election Commission decisions on complaints involving Reform IUSA and Voice IUSA.
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Junior Jake Brown has been the number-one golfer for IU men’s golf nearly every tournament this season.
The Writers Guild of Bloomington will present its recurring event, Players Pub Spoken Word Series, 6 to 9 p.m. April 12 at Players Pub.
Junior Nycia Ford competed in the hammer throw event Friday at the Spec Towns Invite in Athens, Georgia. She earned a personal best of 60.74 meters, which is over a meter of improvement from her last personal best.
Monday Rundown: Old campus IDs to be deactivated in June, Rep. Luke Messer dines at BuffaLouie's, IU baseball beats Purdue, Bloomington Trashion Refashion Runway Show turns trash into fashion
Old campus IDs to be deactivated in June
Although the Indiana legislative session ended a little more than three weeks ago, Gov. Eric Holcomb is still signing bills into law.
Friday Rundown: Robert Sears sting, Duane Goldman to retire, IU Board of Trustees meets, African American Dance Company
How the sting to catch firefighter Robert Sears unfolded
IU Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass announced April 5 that Coach Duane Goldman will be retiring effective immediately.
The Hoosiers will only be sending sophomore Khayla Dawson and junior Nycia Ford to Athens, Georgia, to compete in the Spec Towns Invite.
Thursday Rundown: Former IU Chancellor remembered, Kilroy's liquor license recommended for renewal, From fly routes to fly balls, 'West Side Story' takes the stage at Musical Arts Center, ICAN at IU
Former IU Chancellor Sharon Brehm remembered as conscientious leader
Wednesday Rundown: North Korean defector shares his story, Firefighter accused of child solicitation and sexual misconduct has not returned to work, IUFB pro day, IU Powwow
North Korean defector shares his story
What’s better than board games? Board games with alcohol. Get some friends together and add a twist to your game night.
A Bloomington man died last week after a car collision on State Road 46 West in Brown County when another driver crossed the center line.
With the official arrival of spring weather in Indiana comes the Bloomington Farmers' Market, starting April 7, according to a Bloomington press release.
Tuesday Rundown: IU student tells police she thinks she was drugged, students can voice residential concerns, former Hoosiers to participate in IU football pro day, new exhibit showcases Pakistani culture
IU student tells police she thinks she was drugged at Pi Kappa Phi
Photographer Richard Ross will visit Bloomington on April 5 for two days of talks, workshops and discussions highlighting his nationally-acclaimed ongoing photography series, “Juvenile in Justice.”
Monday Rundown: Temporary home, IUWBB wins WNIT, Bloomington firefighter charged with child solicitation and sexual misconduct, Miss N Out, IU Cinema to celebrate Asian-American heritage
College students across the country struggle to afford housing while pursuing higher education
The collegiate career of senior guard Robert Johnson ended with a championship and a briefcase full of cash.
The Hoosiers returned to Bloomington after spending the weekend in Florida for the Pepsi Florida Relays. The team collected a total of seven personal records and one personal collegiate best time during their time in Gainesville.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana cited the Parkland, Florida, shooting when it upheld a protective order last week by Seymour Community Schools against a parent who protested near the school while armed.