A team of students from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs class E 422, which is Urban Forest Management, prepare a tree to be planted Thursday on Cottage Grove Avenue. The students learned tricks on how to properly plant trees, such as not planting too deep and arranging mulch in a donut shape around the tree.
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Some CrimsonCard holders received emails telling them they will be charged a $3 monthly fee if their account has been marked dormant, or unused in 18 months.
Astronaut ice cream contains milk fat, sugar and high corn fructose syrup, but no outer space. IDS staff members reviewed the chalky treat.
Central Indiana Gun Shows organizes a gun show Feb. 17 and 18 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds. Indiana's "red flag" gun law allows law enforcement to temporarily seize guns from people deemed a danger to themselves or others.
Daniel Messel, who was convicted of murdering Hannah Wilson in April 2015, is escorted to the Brown County Circuit Court on Sept. 22, 2016. Messel has another hearing in April.
Central Indiana Gun Shows held a gun show Feb. 17-18 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds. The show was one of about 50 shows that Central Indiana Gun Shows puts on each year.
Flower petals and leaves fall on the floor of Mary M's Walnut House Flowers as family friends Tricia Rochyby and Earl Reagan strip roses of their thorns, leaves and exterior bruised petals. The roses, which are grown in Ecuador, arrive at the flower shop on Second Street in bundles of 25.
Millennials aren't having as much sex as other generations, despite a reputation for having a hook-up culture. About 15 percent of millennials are sexually inactive, according to a study by the Archives of Sexual Behavior.
A bouquet of roses rests in Mary M's Walnut House Flowers awaiting delivery. The store has 209 deliveries scheduled for Valentine's Day.
As House Bills 1137 and HB 1214 move to the Indiana Senate, legalized CBD oil and industrial could be available to Hoosiers soon.
Michelle Lennis, a co-organizer of the Hoosiers for CBD Rally, speaks on Thursday at the Indiana Statehouse about the need for awareness about CBD oil. CBD oil and industrial hemp are the focus of three ongoing bills in the Indiana House of Representatives and Senate.
Liquor bottles line the aisles of the alcohol section of the Kroger on College Mall Road. The North-American Interfraternity Conference will ban hard liquor from chapter houses across the nation.
Individuals should choose to either run, hide or fight in the case of a shooter on campus. In crises, IU-Notify can alert students and employees of danger in a variety of ways.
Then-junior Nicolas Martinez enters the Grunwald Gallery of Art, a gallery on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building that features art by professionals and students.
Congressmen Todd Rokita, R-4th District, and Luke Messer, R-6th District, deliver remarks at the state Republican party's Congress of Countries on Saturday. Neither of the two front-runners for the Republican nomination in Indiana's 2018 Senate primary disavowed President Trump's reported complaints about accepting immigrants from "shithole countries."