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Centerstone Bloomington and the University Lutheran Church will receive grants through a partnership between the Independent Colleges of Indiana, Inc. and the Lilly Scholars Network, according to a press release from the Lilly Scholars Network on Friday. Centerstone will receive $1,950 and the University Lutheran Church will receive $2,500, according to the release.
The Monroe County History Center announced the arrival of a new director, Daniel Schlegel, Jr. as director in a press release Tuesday, with Schlegel stepping into the role immediately.
Former IU President Michael McRobbie took office July 1, 2007. Before he was named IU’s 18th president, McRobbie served in multiple roles at IU including Vice President for Research, Vice President for Academic Affairs and interim Provost prior to his selection by IU’s Board of Trustees.
IU announced that, effective immediately, mask wearing will be optional on all IU campuses for individuals fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in a press release Tuesday.
IU President Michael McRobbie presided over his final public event as IU’s president Wednesday, a dedication ceremony for the Teaching, Research and Exhibition Center and the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
On Monday, Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib came out as gay in an Instagram post.
United Way of Monroe County will receive a second COVID-19 Economic Initiative Grant worth $615,960 from Indiana United Ways, according to a press release Monday.
The Monroe County History Center won a 2021 American Association for State and Local History Award of Excellence for its “Votes for Women: The Women’s Suffrage
IU Bloomington is anticipating a record-setting incoming freshman class for fall 2021, according to a press release Thursday. The university has received 10,700 enrollment deposits and 9,000 housing deposits so far, according to the release.
If you’re reading a book, watching a show or seeing a movie for the first time there’s a decently good chance that one of the villains will end up with some form of redemption arc.
The COVID-19 vaccine will be required for students, staff and faculty beginning this fall and all should be fully vaccinated before returning to campus in the fall, IU announced Friday.
On Feb. 17, just after the Hoosiers had finished in second place at the Mobile Bay Intercollegiate, IU men’s golf head coach Mike Mayer knew his team had talent.
The Monroe County Public Health Regulation, updated on April 7, was rescinded Monday along with Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton’s executive order limiting non-commercial gatherings within city limits to 15 individuals.
Every pair of eyes in the lounge at the Cecil W. Weathers Golf Team Center in Bloomington was glued to a television screen on the wall. The exception was the ones belonging to IU men’s golf head coach Mike Mayer, who turned to face his team.
The Monroe County Health Department will rescind its COVID-19 health order Monday, May 17 at 8 a.m., according to a press release Friday. Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton will also rescind Executive Order 20-03, which limited non-commercial gatherings within city limits to 15 people, according to a release. That order will also go into effect May 17.
With the class of 2021’s graduating seniors, class of 2020 graduates and graduates’ parents in town for commencement and graduation celebrations, local businesses in Bloomington noticed more activity than usual weekends.
Freshman Clay Merchent and Senior Ethan Shepherd earned Big Ten individual awards for IU men’s golf Wednesday afternoon.
IU men’s golf earned a bid in the 2021 NCAA Tournament on Wednesday. It will compete from May 17-19 as the No. 8 seed in the Tallahassee Regional at the Seminole Legacy Golf Club in Tallahassee, Florida.
IU men’s golf finished in sixth place during the Big Ten Championships this weekend at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Indiana. The team contended with strong competition from teams such as Illinois and Iowa, both ranked in the top 50 of Golfstat, along with strong winds.
IU men’s golf is set to compete at the Big Ten Championship from Friday to Sunday at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Indiana. IU has won the Big Ten Championship eight times, with the last victory being in 1998.