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Hoosiers fire it up in coach's memory

The Hoosiers fired it up for assistant coach Pete Schmidt, who passed away Friday, with a victory over Iowa. Thursday, when the team was told Schmidt had a short time to live, senior Jerry Dorsey, among many other players, found the game of football to be the least of their concerns.

Women's golf team places 7th of 16 teams

The women's golf team faced a busy three days of golf and a full plate of familiar foes this past weekend at the Northern Invitational in Minneapolis. Going into the tournament, the invitational appeared to be a good early season indication of where the Hoosiers stand in the Big Ten, since every conference squad was present.

'Hill people' celebrate at Bean Blossom

Come on hill people, get on your feets. It's Saturday night in the hills, and we're coming to getcha'" proclaimed Gene Deer of the Gene Deer Band just before lighting off with some down-home fire-breathing Chicago Blues at the second annual Bean Blossom Blues Festival last weekend.

Mustard's offers 'best burgers in town'

The menu at Mustard's claims Colonel Mustard has a long history at IU, beginning in 1938 as an athletic freshman. This IU connection is evident throughout the restaurant, which displays University sports memorabilia on every available wall surface. Even the table tents were displayed in baseball cases.

Women reports rape at fraternity

A 19-year-old female student reported early Thursday morning that she had been raped Wednesday night at Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, 815 N. Jordan Ave., according to an IU Police Department report.

IU prepares for free speech battle

A U.S. District Court judge in Indianapolis will hear arguments in a civil rights lawsuit filed against IU by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform. The suit was filed after the University restricted the Center from setting up the Genocide Awareness Project, a display of images depicting aborted fetuses, in the area behind Woodburn Hall.

The anti-discrimination merit badge

Mike Craw joined the Cub Scouts at age 8. Over the next 10 years, he earned merit badges, adhered to Boy Scout traditions and eventually received the highly sought-after Eagle Scout award. Craw then spent four years in college working as an assistant Scoutmaster.

City recommends management change at Buskirk-Chumley

Mayor John Fernandez announced Monday the initial findings and recommendations of the Bloomington Area Arts Council independent study commission. Fernandez appointed the commission last month to investigate the financial difficulties of the BAAC, which is nearly $1 million in debt after the $3.2 million renovation of the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre last year. It consists of city council members and others with backgrounds in the arts and business.

Around the game

News from various sports teams at IU: Week of Oct. 3


Exhibits around Bloomington: Week of Oct. 2

IUSA aims to serve as student voice

The IU Student Association is working on a variety of projects this year that range from putting together an IU auction Web site, where students can locally sell furniture and a variety of odds and ends to other students, as well as trying to get more pencil sharpeners in the buildings across campus.

Ballroom Dance Club seeks new members

Upon hearing the words "ballroom dancing," one might form a mental picture of huge banquets or balls in the 19th century or vaguely recall the waltz from seventh grade gym class. But at IU, the art of these classic dances is still alive.

IUPD Blotter

The following crimes were reported by IUPD: Sept. 26 - Oct. 1

Izard lawsuit unfounded

Former IU women's basketball coach Jim Izard filed a federal discrimination complaint Thursday against IU, claiming his dismissal was based on his gender. This claim is without merit.

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