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James Brosher


The IDS enters the digital age

About a month ago, while most students were worrying about final exams, plane tickets and rides home, the staff at the Indiana Daily Student was planning ways to turn the corner with the paper’s online content.

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Traveling doctor, IU alumnus still practicing after 50 years

Early in his career, the IU alumnus known locally as “the country doctor” regularly made house calls to treat ailing patients. Today, nearly a half-century later, his warmth toward patients continues unchanged, although much in the field of medicine has drastically changed.

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The Indiana University Regional Academic Health Center is pictured from the air Oct. 27, 2021, in Bloomington. IU Health has requested the assistance of the Indiana National Guard amid rising COVID-19 hospitalizations, according to a statement from IU Health.

One Day One Hoosier: Gal Alguetti

Freshman Sharon Alguetti, right, practices table tennis Aug. 8 with his brother, Gal, at the Student Recreational Sports Center. The brothers are trying to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics this year. CORRECTION: A previous version of this caption misidentified the brothers. The IDS regrets this error.

Potpourri of the Arts

African American Choral Ensemble Director Raymond Wise directs the ensemble during Potpourri of the Arts on Nov. 11, 2017, at IU Auditorium. IU’s African American Arts Institute will have its 26th annual Potpourri of the Arts at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 in the IU Auditorium.

USS Indiana Reception

USS Indiana (SSN-789) Commander Jesse J. Zimbauer, center, and Master Chief Lafrederick Herring speak with Indiana University Assistant Vice President for Strategic Partnerships Kirk White, left, in front of the prow and mast of the USS Indiana (BB-58), a WWII-era battleship, at Memorial Stadium at Indiana University Bloomington on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017. The USS Indiana (SSN-789) is a Virginia-class submarine expected to be christened in April and commissioned sometime in 2018.

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