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Turn it up

I have been to a lot of parties at IU that would have been phenomenal if the music played had come from a bigger selection. Picture this scene with me. Lots of people are there, and the music is loud. Most of the people are trying to dance and have a good time, but the only CD the host owns is a bootlegged copy of Nelly's Country Grammar album. You can only grind to the same song a set number of times in one night.

Cheap dates

Face it, you're flat broke. It's OK, we all are. But does that mean that as students we don't deserve the finest weekend entertainment out there? Does that mean we don't get the chance to impress dates with our creativity and romanticism? Basically, does that mean that our dating scene should be confined to Friday and Saturday night keggers because the $3 plastic cup fee is the most we can splurge? I think not.

In Perspective: A question of civility

The biggest problem with incivility lies in its definition. Although Webster's New World Dictionary defines incivility as "a lack of courtesy or politeness" or just plain "rudeness," what individuals consider to embody disrespect and rudeness differ.

Latina sorority seeks new members

For nearly a decade, the women of Gamma Phi Omega have been establishing their base and striving to continue tradition started by six alumni. Gamma Phi Omega officially became a chapter at IU Jan. 22, 1992 and is the campus' first Hispanic sorority.

IUPD Blotter

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Goalie earns Big Ten Honors

Behind a crowd of IU defenders and Michigan State offensemen, senior goalkeeper T.J. Hannig got up from a kneel to recover the soccer ball and save a potential Spartan goal Sunday.

Weismiller rebuilding Hoosiers in 'dream job'

Katie Weismiller has a funny notion about her "dream job." Most people would leave Indiana for Florida, and not vice versa. Weismiller, the women's volleyball head coach, saw things the other way around.

Ex-coach claims sexism

Former IU women's basketball coach Jim Izard filed a federal discrimination complaint Aug. 28 against IU, claiming his March dismissal was based on his gender.

Prosecuter charges Cox with murder

Prosecutor Carl Salzmann said he will charge Gregory Keith Cox, the man accused of the Saturday morning slaying of Sherry King, with murder today.

Digital libraries get $3 million boost

It seems the second time is a charm for IU's digital music library. The University applied for a grant from the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities two years in a row. IU found out this week it will receive the $3 million grant for digital music library research.

Manning follows father's footsteps

INDIANAPOLIS -- Peyton Manning is like his father in many ways on the football field. But, there is one big difference between father and son.

Freshman forward finds her place at IU

If women's soccer coach Joe Kelley is on a recruiting trip, there's a good chance he wound up in his hometown of St. Louis. Just look at the history.

Austin returns at 'Unforgiven'

Stone Cold Steve Austin made a triumphant return at the WWF pay-per-view "Unforgiven" Sunday night. Once he made his way to the ring, he was on a mission. His goal was to find the person who ran him over with a car 10 months ago, putting him on the injured list.

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