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Students wait to board the X bus Tuesday outside of the Indiana Memorial Union.

Declining ridership prompts X bus cuts

Despite increased student enrollment at IU, the IU Campus Bus Service cut the number of running X buses from four to three per day in 2012, and that trend continues.

Indiana University Vice President for International Affairs David Zaret speaks on the recent IU delegation trip to Africa on Wednesday at the IU Auditorium.

Forum discusses trip to Africa

IU’s Vice President for International Affairs David Zaret called President Michael McRobbie’s recent two-week trip to Africa “remarkably productive.”

Zaret reflected on the trip’s highlights during a forum Wednesday night in the IU Auditorium.

Robel discusses media merger with BFC

IU Provost Lauren Robel presented an update on the communications merger to members of the Bloomington Faculty Council Tuesday in the Kelley School of Business.

Lieutenant Colonel Tim Hoch has begun his post as commander of the IU Army ROTC, the highest-ranking position. Hoch has over 15 years of military experience around the world that prepared him for his "dream assignment" at IU.

New ROTC commander begins service term

Lt. Col. Tim Hoch was named the new commander of IU Army ROTC in June, bringing 21 years of army service experience to the program. 

High school students boost IU enrollment

IU reached record enrollment with 46,817 students this semester, the University announced Wednesday. This figure, however, includes 4,490 high school students also tallied because of changes in a program for high school students seeking college credits with IU.

IU students talk on July 31, 1941 at the Sycamore Hall kitchenette.

Wells Quad to house dorms

The University plans to convert Wells Quadrangle to residential space after the School of Global and International Studies building construction completes in two years.

Interim Dean discusses merger

Interim Dean of the School of Journalism Lesa Hatley Major said she sees a more cutting edge school arising from the merge pending its approval.

Proposed merger updates released

As the IU Board of Trustees’ August meeting at IU-Purdue University Indianapolis is now less than a month away, a crucial decision will soon be made regarding the fate of the IU School of Journalism.

Martha McCarthy

Annual conference receives new name

Starting next summer, the 46th Education Leadership Summer Conference will be renamed as the Martha McCarthy Education Law and Policy Institute.

Employee hour cuts to take effect July 1

Starting July 1, one hour will be the only thing that will keep IU employees, as well as all employees in the U.S., ineligible for health care through their employer.

Breithaupt appointed interim Honors dean

Fritz Breithaupt, professor of Germanic studies, adjunct professor in comparative literature and affiliated professor of cognitive science in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been appointed interim dean of the Hutton Honors College.

Barbara Bichelmeyer was recently named Interim Chancellor at IU Southeast. Her new position will take effect July 1.

Interim chancellor named for IU Southeast

On June 7, IU announced IU administrator and education professor Barbara A. Bichelmeyer has been named interim chancellor at IU Southeast, according to a press release. Her new position will take effect July 1.

Tuition rates to rise in 2013-15

Tuition and fee rate increases for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 academic year were approved by the IU Board of Trustees after a public forum held at IUPUI June 5.

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