Gary Saunders, the Wayne County Republican Party chair, submits his ballot at a Congress of Counties U.S. Senate Republican straw poll on Saturday. All six Republican candidates mentioned the importance of beating Senator Joe Donnelly, D-Ind.
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Rep. Luke Messer, R-6th District, hugs Barb Hackman, Bartholomew County Republican Party chair, after winning a Congress of Counties U.S. Senate Republican straw poll by 65 votes on Saturday. Runner-up Rep. Todd Rokita, R-4th District, received 82.
Chocolate cake in a mug is an easy way to fulfill any chocolate cravings. It only needs four ingredients and can be prepared in your residence hall.
Juniors Lauren Gaynor and Molly Gravier flip through their APT MEMS book, a collection of Polaroids from their time as roommates. Gaynor and Gravier moved in together as sophomores and plan on living together a third year for their senior year.
The Sample Gates area on campus sits quiet in between classes. Students weighed in on their first day of classes of spring semester in interviews on Indiana Ave.
Allowing a faucet to drip slightly can prevent pipes from freezing and bursting. Doing so relieves pressure from the pipes.
Daniel Messel is escorted to the Brown County Circuit Court in 2016. Messel was sentenced to 80 years in prison for the murder of Hannah Wilson in April 2015. Messel will be at the Monroe County Circuit Court on Friday to ask for a change of venue.
Kilroy's bouncers stamped incoming attendees' wrists with a reminder to get a flu shot on Dec. 7. The stamp was part of an initiative put on by IU human biology students who collaborated on a semester-long project to raise awareness of influenza and advocate for flu vaccinations.
The JUUL is a type of small, USB-chargeable vaporizer, more commonly known as a ‘vape.' This kind of vape contains nicotine and is therefore illegal for minors to use.
Pills are a popular form of birth control. Awareness of birth control options and costs can affect how students make birth control decisions.
Rex Barnes and Jeff Goldsberry from Let It Shine Lighting hold up a hi-bay LED light, commonly used in gyms and factories, at the Sustainable Profits forum Monday. Let It Shine Lighting and other local small business owners presented ways for business owners to save money by going green.
IU graduates and philanthropists Riley Fuller and Ben Higgins speak Friday morning at Hodge Hall about their for-profit coffee company, Generous, and non-profit organization, Humanity & Hope United Fund. Fuller and Higgins explained how they use profits from Generous to support their philanthropy efforts. "We wanted to do more with the life we were given," Higgins said.
Jack's Donuts team member Jackie Willett transfers doughnuts to a tray in Jack's Donuts' Bloomington location on College Mall Road. Jack's Donuts, which originally opened in New Castle, Indiana, serves coffee and donuts.
The Hutton Honors International Experiences Program will offer a study abroad program to explore the history and culture surrounding the Netherlands in World War II, including important objects such as Anne Frank’s diary. The program, Wartime in the Netherlands, will give students the opportunity to study in The Hague, Netherlands for four weeks in summer 2018.
Bikes park outside of Franklin Hall on Wednesday afternoon. IU was recently designated as a silver level, bicycle-friendly university by the League of American Bicyclists.
Delta Chi's house is located on Third Street. The fraternity was suspended due to violations of the IU student code of conduct and the Greek Agreement regarding hazing, IU Spokesperson Chuck Carney said in an email.
Acacia was one of the fraternities affected by the Interfraternity Council's decision on Monday to suspend all social activities with alcohol and unsupervised new member activities. The temporary suspension will last until Feb. 28, 2018.
Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, announced the Jacob Sexton Military Suicide Prevention Act has been officially implemented in the Indiana National Guard. The legislation, pushed by Donnelly, seeks to prevent military suicide by requiring all service members, including guard, reserve and active duty, to have an annual mental health assessment.
Students guessed about 30 percent of their classmates were taking drugs like Adderall and Ritalin for non-medical purposes at least once a year, according to a University of Washington study. The study found only 17 percent of students surveyed had done so.
Pills are a popular form of birth control. Contraception has had a long and complicated history in the United States.