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Body cam, radio comms show police targeted student protest leaders

Police targeted two Indiana University student protest leaders for arrest, according to Indiana State Police radio chatter and body camera footage obtained by WFIU/WTIU. ISP...

Indiana falls short of FAFSA goal, holds stable on completions despite rollout woes

Fewer Indiana high school seniors completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid — or FAFSA — this past school year than state leaders...

Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. to host annual scholarship luncheon

The Eta Chi chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. is hosting their annual scholarship luncheon for nursing students at the Jewel Event Center...

When legacy becomes inspiration

How Andrea McClasky-Woods' grandmother inspired her to go back to school — and graduate summa cum laude    Almost 40 years after Andrea McClasky-Woods’ grandmother,...

Citizens and UNCF award high school seniors $50,000 in scholarships

Citizens and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) recently launched a $50,000 scholarship to make post-secondary education more accessible. The new “Citizens Helping Citizens” scholarship,...

Recorder Rewind: Butler vs Bowling Green, Women’s NIT 1st Round

Check out the photos from the first round of the Women's NIT matchup between Butler and Bowling Green! Butler University Lady Bulldogs defeated Bowling Green...

Dartmouth basketball team makes history with unionization

The Dartmouth College men's basketball team, commonly known as "the Big Green," etched its name in sporting history March 5, becoming the first college...

Recorder Rewind: Xavier at Butler

Check out some of these amazing photos from the Xavier versus Butler mens basketball game at Hinkle Fieldhouse on March 6! Butler defeated Xavier 72-66. This...

Hoosier hurdle: Indiana targets top ten in FAFSA completion

The Indiana Higher Education Commission announced their statewide 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion goal.

UIndy tackles teacher shortage with new campaign

Marion County schools, like many communities across the nation, face a growing teacher shortage. Empty classrooms and stretched resources paint a concerning picture, but...
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