Though muralist Thomas Hart Benton was considered controversial by some, his daughter said he had to document history as he saw it happen.
Akram Khabibullaev assumed the role of president of the Middle East Librarians Association in November.
Examity’s proctoring will uphold academic integrity in online testing.
JUUL Labs says their nicotine vaporizers exist to help adults quit smoking. Some disagree.
Students can learn about the lasting effects of World War II in the Netherlands.
The program deepens relationships between IU scholars and other countries.
The extra eye could lead to discoveries in medicine, development and evolution.
They said the tax change would force many graduate students to drop out.
IU’s new major gives more students access to a dual business and liberal arts education.
Though college students think nearly a third of their peers abuse ADHD medication, the number who do is actually far fewer.
Those who study abroad are likely to have higher GPAs and a higher paying starting salary.
Two IU professors found genetics influences the way individuals interact with surroundings.
A difference in admission process has caused an end to co-sponsorship.
The Tobias Center will focus on research in international development.
By 2025, IU plans to increase its funding for underrepresented students by 25 percent.
The astronomer discussed the mystery of dark matter.
A faculty member and utility services employee are working together to reduce greenhouse gases.
Author Leonidas Karakatsanis discusses the swaying friendship between the two countries.
The construction of a parking garage is moving around many fine arts areas.