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Grayson Harbour


Decision-making computer could redefine medicine

An artificial intelligence could search an entire patient’s medical history, warn of complications and recommend possible treatments based on a patient’s current stage of illness. Such a computer is the pet project of two IU computer science and informatics professors, Kris Hauser and Sriraam Natarajan.

April Strasler plays with her daughter, Clementine, Monday evening at Bryan Park.

Study analyzes playground surface safety

Results from a five-year study analyzing the accessibility and safety measurements of playground surfaces were released last week by the National Center on Accessibility, part of the Department of Park, Recreation and Tourism Studies at IU.

A 7-foot limestone sculpture of the Human Brain stands outside of the Psychology building. This 10,000 lb sculpture is the largest anatomically accurate brain sculpture in the world.

Brain sculpture on campus largest in world

The largest anatomically correct sculpture of the human brain now stands on the corner of 10th and North Walnut Grove streets. The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences unveiled the brain sculpture as part of the department’s 125th anniversary celebration.

Psych department to celebrate 125th anniversary

The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences will celebrate its 125th year anniversary Oct. 11. The celebration will include lectures, career luncheons and the unveiling of a 10,000-pound  limestone sculpture of a human brain near the entrance to the Psychology Building.

Homeowner-to-be Chris Schaaf paints his new door Thursday morning at the Habitat for Humanity build at 17th and Woodlawn.

Habitat builds home for volunteer

A learning disability prevented 37-year-old Chris Schaaf from owning a home of his own. But on Saturday, despite his disability, Schaff will move into a financially-assisted apartment.

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Eric Love; former director of diversity education under DEMA; speaks to students. Love returned to campus on Feb. 21 to watch the RAAS Royalty indian dance competition. Love was the faculty advisor before his departure.

Eric Love; former director of diversity education under DEMA; speaks to former student worker Yusuf Agunbiade. Love returned to campus on Feb. 21 to watch the RAAS Royalty indian dance competition. Love was the faculty advisor before his departure.

Both Bloomingfoods and Kroger have organic options available for purchase. The availablity of organic food in Bloomington has become a contested issue while debate over the decision to bring Whole Foods to College Mall continues.

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