Indiana Daily Student

Allyson Mcbride

Raise your voice, I'm listening

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Brian F. Hartz. I'm a new graduate student here at the the School of Journalism, and I have a confession to make: I might be partly to blame for Bob Knight's recent dismissal as IU men's basketball coach.


A day to remember

The whole day had an eerie, foreboding feel to it.


Everyone is to blame

Knight's in trouble again. Ouch! Sorry, I mean Mr. Knight is in trouble again. I apologize for stating the obvious; my next column may be an expose claiming the kids driving SUVs around campus don't make their own payments. At any rate, it makes for good news, doesn't it?


Riots only add to negative image

When orchestrated in an effective manner, a protest is a powerful thing. Empires have risen and fallen because of the voice of the people. Meaningful protesting helps to end slavery, misogyny, war, famine and social injustice around the world. To protest is to stand up for one's rights using one's voice, presence, witness and mind.


Search committee presents student forum

Students seeking information to affect the search to replace Bloomington Chancellor Kenneth Gros Louis, who retires June 30, 2001, will have their chance. The Chancellor Search and Screen Committee will present the second of two open-forum discussions from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Indiana Memorial Union State Room East.



Rally kicks off football season

Little kids ran around with painted faces, outfitted in red and white, as the music of Jimmy Buffet and Van Morrison filled the warm summer air, courtesy of Bloomington's own Bahama Llama.


Around the campus

President Myles Brand announced Monday he is postponing his State of the University address, previously scheduled for 2:30 today.


Students plan program

For the past seven years, the School of Education has initiated a program named A Community of Teachers for the benefit of its secondary education students. A Community of Teachers allows secondary education pupils to earn their teaching licenses through hands-on work in actual classrooms as opposed to grades and credits. This is the only curriculum program of its kind in the entire state.


Exhibits

Lilly Library, Fine Arts Plaza, east Seventh Street. "Were Off to See the Wizard: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, 1900-2000" commemorates the 100th anniversary of L. Frank Baums childrens classic, on exhibit through Sept. 23. Tours available Fridays at 2 p.m. or by arrangement. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Call 855-2452.



Knight throws away last chance

One last chance. When allegations of misconduct regarding coach Bob Knight arose in May, the administration, the media and the public scrutinized "the General's" history and behavior.


Memorials dedicated to former professors

"If a man would move the world, he must first move himself," the classical philosopher Socrates is credited with having said. Friday afternoon outside Sycamore Hall the department of philosophy remembered three former faculty members who influenced others by first challenging themselves.


IUPD Blotter

SEPT. 1 • Kevin E. Hickland, 19, a freshman residing in Briscoe Quad, was cited at Briscoe for public intoxication. • An employee reported damage to a limestone marker and bench located north of Myer's Hall. Estimated damage was $750.



Community divided in wake of firing

Freshman Nic Alexander has a plaque in his kitchen that reads, "The Lord is my shepherd but Bobby Knight is my coach."

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