Conservative commentator Ann Coulter spoke Friday at Whittenberger Auditorium in an event organized by Turning Point USA and the Intercollegiate Studies Institute Buckley Society. She showed up 12 minutes late, timeliness apparently not being a conservative value.
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Russian military forces are moving toward Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, according to an Axios report.
A new judge and prosecutor have been named in the Dongwook Ko case, according to The Herald-Times. Ko, 19, was first convicted of attacking a 13-year-old girl with a knife at a Jacob’s School of Music camp in 2019 and later charged with conspiracy to commit murder in 2021.
Dongwook Ko, 19, was charged Friday with conspiracy to commit murder, according to The Herald Times. Ko was convicted of attacking a 13-year-old girl with a knife at a Jacobs School of Music camp in 2019.
Moving into your first apartment or house is hard. From tips for removing pesky stains, to the latest TikTok decorating trends, the Indiana Daily Student staff is here to help with our Housing and Living Guide.
Welcome to the Indiana Daily Student's 2020 Election Day live blog. We'll bring you updates from pollling places across the county, election results as they come in and winners from today's races.
Indiana Daily Student and Arbutus yearbook receive 36 awards at Fall National College Media Convention
For the second time in its history, the Indiana Daily Student won the Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker award in the Newspaper and Online categories. The Pacemaker is one of the most prestigious awards in collegiate journalism.
Indiana Daily Student named finalist for Associated Collegiate Press and College Media Association awards
The Associated Collegiate Press and the College Media Association named the Indiana Daily Student as a finalist for numerous individual and organizational awards, including the ACP Pacemaker award.
Twenty years have passed since IU fired Bob Knight, the famed basketball coach, for violating the athletic department’s “zero-tolerance” policy.
Nineteen years have passed since 9/11, an event that changed the country and defined a generation.
Twenty-one greek houses are currently listed as directed to quarantine, according to an IU website. At its peak, IU had 33 houses quarantined at the same time.
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The Indiana Daily Student published an article Oct. 7 with the headline “Neurodiversity, Alzheimer's advocates share their opinions on Project Lifesaver.” The article was a follow-up story to another published Oct. 2 with the headline “Project Lifesaver may decrease search time for wandering, lost users.”
In World War II, the Allied forces invaded Normandy Beach in France on June 6, 1944.
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A 23-year-old woman reported being sexually assaulted around 11:30 p.m. Monday in the 400 block of East Second Street, police said.
Now that the 91st Academy Awards took place Feb. 24, this year’s film awards season is officially over.
IU spends millions each year paying the faculty who teach and research across its Bloomington campus. Salary data for all these faculty members is available online, so reporters from the Indiana Daily Student analyzed this data to better understand how IU divvies up its money.