The Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students promotes culturally competent future physicians through service, professionalism, academics and social events.
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IU Student Government organized a panel on sexual assault and violence Wednesday in the Grand Hall of the Neal-Marshall Education Center. The event, called the Power of Believing, focused on the science behind sexual assault trauma and ways IU can foster a safe community on campus.
A Harry Potter-inspired beer festival is scheduled to take place in Indianapolis March 22 and 23.
The IU Student Government congressional Student Life Committee decided Tuesday to focus primarily on sexual assault and transportation issues this term.
The Bloomington Faculty Council met Tuesday to pass a proposal, discuss a resolution against harassment and hear a variety of reports.
Dozens of student body presidents across 32 states signed a joint comment last week against the Department of Education’s proposed changes to Title IX, a law that protects students from being discriminated against on the basis of sex in educational institutions.
The iconic Sample Gates, the classic Little 500 bike race and fluoride toothpaste. Each of these are pieces of IU’s storied history, and the last is being recognized again by the nation.
Catwalks, musical performances, fashion and culture: IU Student Government’s Student Life Committee plans to combine all of these into an International Fashion Show celebrating the different cultures at IU — the first of its kind.
IU Student Government offers a competitive program allowing freshmen to intern for members of the organization.
This year IU Student Government created two student liaison positions to bridge the gap between the City of Bloomington and IU.
Students who end up in trouble with IU will see a contact email for Student Rights listed on their misconduct letters.
Graduation robes aren’t the only kind some students wear during their IU career.
The fifth section of Interstate 69 construction is nearly complete.
Switching from your mom’s classic chicken parmesan, served with approximately thirteen sides, to sitting on your kitchen floor staring blankly into the abyss as you contemplate if you can make ramen for the fourth time this week, can be an adjustment.
Club meeting announcements are chalked on sidewalks, posters branding IU as home are plastered to the front of doors campus-wide and now IU Student Government is working to place new resource sheets in residence halls.
IU Student Government is kicking off the new year by looking back.
A one-eyed tiger named Sebastian winked through the wire fencing. He paced around his enclosure, surrounded by grass, structures for him to play on and two pumpkins filled with meat.