Beginning May 1, construction for the new School of Global and International Studies will make parking at Wells Library unavailable for as long as two years.
More AIDS-related chalk graffiti was found on campus Monday morning. It was written on the side of the Chemistry Building near Ballantine Hall and again mentioned the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house.
The message of positive body image is the focus of “Celebrate EveryBODY Week,” an event sponsored by the IU Health Center’s Coalition for Overcoming Problem Eating/Exercise, Campus Recreational Sports, Crimson CORPS, Herman B Wells Library, Center for Human Growth, Psi Chi, Reflections/PanHellenic Council and IU School of Fine Arts.
After registering, signing a waiver and raising funds through the Special Olympics of Indiana website, fundraisers can take the plunge into the freezing above-ground pool to demonstrate their support of Special Olympics athletes in Indiana.
The Oxfam club at IU will promote awareness of rural and impoverished community rights at a 7 p.m. panel discussion Wednesday in the Georgian Room of the Indiana Memorial Union.
Director of the MSSI program L. Jean Camp said the job market for Internet and information security is notably expanding. Citigal, a security services program, just opened another branch in Bloomington.