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Amelia Chong


Twenty-year-old Daryl Soo graduated from Anglo-Chinese School (International) Singapore in 2011 and is currentl waiting for a letter of acceptance from IU. As part of the school's international recruitment efforts, IU Office of International Services assistant director of international admissions Seth Walker will meet with ACS International counselors when he visits Singapore from Oct. 5 to 8.

IU to recruit on foreign trips

Starting early this month, three OIS representatives have embarked on trips to three different continents — South America, Asia and the Middle East — for recruitment opportunities.  This is the second consecutive year the OIS is applying its “targeted territory management model” to overseas school visits.

Meet Dewey, an assistive robot created by the R-House Living Lab. Dewey could be looked at as a little more advanced egg timer.

Meet Dewey

I would call it a socially interactive robot, or maybe an assistive robot. We were interested in helping people who work on computer jobs to take more regular breaks, because what we realized was that when you’re working on a computer job you can kind of forget that you have a body, basically.

Meet Dewey, an assistive robot created by the R-House Living Lab. Dewey could be looked at as a little more advanced egg timer.

Meet Dewey

I would call it a socially interactive robot, or maybe an assistive robot. We were interested in helping people who work on computer jobs to take more regular breaks, because what we realized was that when you’re working on a computer job you can kind of forget that you have a body, basically.

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Doug Bauder, director of the LGBTQ+ Culture Center, speaks to the crowd gathered for the Rally for Marriage Equality in 2013 on the Monroe County Courthouse Square. Bauder spoke about his grandson who defended equal rights in one of his classes. "If a 7-year-old can get it, I'm hoping some Supreme Court justices can get it," Bauder said.

Waterpolo Fluid Four

IU defender Amanda Redfern prepares to shoot the ball, away from an attacking opponent, during the Fluid Four tournament between IU and Michigan Feb. 23, 2014 at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center. Hoosiers beat the Wolverines 12-5.

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Patricia Marvin is retiring from teaching this year after teaching for 41 years. For the past 30 years she has been teaching at Tri-North Middle School.

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Patricia Marvin is retiring from teaching this year after teaching for 41 years. For the past 30 years she has been teaching at Tri-North Middle School.

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Abby Rogers of Kappa Alpha Theta is surrounded by friends and supporters after her team took first place in the Little 500 women's race Friday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Kappa Alpha Theta won with a time of 1:13:11.425.

Women's Little 500

Kappa Delta sophomore Jessy Riekhof, cloacked in an American flag, sits alone in the bleachers as Bill Armstrong stadium clears Friday after the Little 500 women's race.

Women's Little 500

Abby Rogers of Kappa Alpha Theta is surrounded by friends and supporters after her team took first place in the Little 500 women's race Friday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Kappa Alpha Theta won with a time of 1:13:11.425.

Women's Little 500

Bandages with Lauren Gill's name lie on a table at the IU Nursing Cycling Team's booth during the Little 500 women's race Friday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. After running out of custom-printed bandages provided by the IU Student Foundation, the group started writing Gill's name on bandages, in order to rally support and pay tribute to the rider who is in critical condition from a crash earlier this month.

Women's Little 500

Zeke Frank, 4, puts on a bandage printed with Lauren Gill's name before the Little 500 women's race Friday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. After running out of custom-printed bandages provided by the IU Student Foundation, the IU Nursing Cycling Team started writing Gill's name on bandages, in order to rally support and pay tribute to the rider who is in critical condition from a crash earlier this month.

Women's Little 500

Gamma Phi Beta sophomores Hannah Sullivan and Audrey Stewart bump chests after leading supporters in cheers during the Little 500 women's race Friday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Gamma Phi Beta came in 20th place, with a time of 1:13:21.441.

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