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Hazing parody raises concerns

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Titled “Fratline: The Hazing Barrier,” a video examines hazing as a cultural aspect of greek life. Although a parody, the video raised concerns within the IU community. 


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World’s Fare shares global cultures

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Twenty-one colorful displays, a multitude of languages and the aroma of freshly made food greeted visitors at the sixth annual IU World’s Fare on Friday in the IU Auditorium.




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Goldman Sachs hired to assess gains in parking lease

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IU has retained investment banking firm Goldman Sachs to assess potential financial gains as the Board of Trustees weighs the option of leasing University parking operations in exchange for an up-front, lump sum payment, according to a press release issued Wednesday.


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Security officials discuss careers

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Members of various law enforcement and security agencies will assist students with career planning at the Law Enforcement and Security Networking Night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. today at DeVault Alumni Center.


IU Dance Marathon

Student prepares for IUDM

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About 400 more dancers will participate this year compared to the 2011 marathon, IUDM President Julie Troyer said. IUDM has also recruited about 250 additional committee members this year.



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Trustees to discuss school merger, parking privatization

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The IU Board of Trustees will convene at its regular meeting Thursday to hear reports about two contested initiatives: the merger of the School of Informatics and Computing with the School of Library and Information Science and the privatization of parking.




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IU mandates background checks

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While no one has questioned the benefits a new IU policy, some faculty members said they are concerned their programs cannot coexist with the background check provision.




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Commencement times change for three schools

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Due to higher enrollment rates and the growing popularity of IU Commencement Ceremonies, students of the School of Informatics and Computing, School of Journalism and School of Optometry  will attend the morning spring 2013 Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony instead of the afternoon.