Friday Rundown: State of the City address silenced, IU baseball opening day, Black women struggle to secure equal rights at IU, Mariachi band organizes local concerts
Everything you need to know for Friday, Feb. 16.
The bill could allow Indiana farmers to grow hemp, a cannabis-derived plant with low THC.
Several moments throughout University history document black women’s rise to equal status.
Mayor John Hamilton's State of the City address was cut short by protesters Thursday.
Thursday Rundown: New assistant vice president for administration appointed, Second day of Glazebrook trial, IU Women's Tennis to face Notre Dame, IU alumni start record label
Everything you need to know for Thursday, Feb. 15.
While these courses are not for credit, students can cite the skills learned on their résumés.
The defendant's first interview with police after being detained in November 2014 was played for the court.
The suspected gunman, Nikolas Cruz, 19, was quickly arrested "without incident" in nearby Coral Springs, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said.
Wednesday Rundown: Race conversation in Noblesville, Bloomington businesses prepare for Valentine’s Day, 'Singin' in the Rain' to screen at Buskirk-Chumley, Police purchase armored truck, IUBB to play Illinois
Everything you need to know for Wednesday, Feb. 14.
Rep. Matt Pierce and Sen. Mark Stoops worried legislators aren’t focusing enough on important issues.