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The Indiana Daily Student

Features & In-Depth


The unsettled

Forced to flee Syria and start over, a family adjusts to a state that suddenly doesn't want them.


State of mind

BJ Toole, Abby Ridgeway and Emily all have struggled with anxiety or depression during their time at IU. Each has sought out mental health services from hometown doctors, physicians at the IU Health Center or psychiatrists at Counseling and Psychological Services. Data provided by CAPS shows that anxiety diagnoses among IU students is on the rise, steadily surpassing depression diagnoses.


Yaolin's story

Friends regret not calling police, recall a pattern of repeated abuse.


Waiting for help

Students seeking counseling have reached an all-time high. Does CAPS have the resources to treat them?


Holding up a house


On an unusually warm Saturday in February, a group of students swig from blue Solo cups and dangle their feet out second-story windows, where they snap pictures of the crowd on the porch below.

Lyndsay sat in this chair during her hearing. The Office of Student Ethics is located in Alice McDonald Nelson Building on the north side of the IU campus. The office conducts about twenty hearings each academic year.

Sexual assault: Limits of the law


Sexual assault survivors say restrictive campus and legal policies meant to protect privacy cost them closure and may re-open emotional wounds.


Dad's bucket

Nobody is quite sure whose idea it was to bring the buckets to Nick’s. The idea for a drinking club using buckets came from a bar someone visited in Wyoming in the early 1970s. The 120 tin buckets were hung on 120 hooks above the main bar for elite regulars.


Suspended justice

Janice Renn, mother of Kim Camm, now wears her daughter's locket with photos of her grandchildren Brad and Jill as toddlers tucked inside. Janice and Frank Renn blame David for the murders of their eldest daughter and only grand kids. "It's hard for me to believe, but I'm convinced Dave had done this," Frank Renn said.


After the fall

Angi Fiege stands at the grave of her 19 year old daughter Rachael, who died Aug. 23, 2013 after falling down a set of stairs at her first party at IU. In the months after her death, Rachael's family and friends have been burdened by misconceptions of who their daughter was and what really happened to her that night.

Barber Hyscel Ward

Barbers of Bloomington


 Fred Rumple is the owner and master barber stylist at The Golden Shear near East Third Street and South Jordan Avenue. He is of medium height and hefty build. His hair is white and, like all barbers, is well combed. He has a bright face and jolly demeanor. If you were to add a beard and a big red hat, Fred Rumple could be Santa Claus.