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Woodson deserves our respect moving forward

When Michael Dean Woodson was appointed Indiana University’s fifth men’s basketball coach in the past 20 years, many people were surprised. Despite a stellar...

IU spring enrollment holds steady overall; three campuses set records

Three Indiana University campuses - IU Bloomington, IU East and IU Kokomo - set new spring-semester records this year for enrollment or credit hours,...

5,300 IU students benefit from eTexts savings

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- This spring semester, 130 class sections encompassing 5,300 IU students are participating in IU's eTexts initiative, taking advantage of IU's cost-saving...

IU School of Education among top online education programs in U.S. News rankings

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University School of Education is highly ranked in the first U.S. News & World Report ranking of top online...

Knight’s ego overrides respect for his players

There has never been any gray area concerning Bob Knight and what he thinks or believes in. Time after time, we have heard him...

Preserved brains may provide key to treatment for mental illness

Visitors to the Indiana Medical History Museum in Indianapolis may find the 19th-century brains on display a strange reminder of the building's past as...

IU School of Law-Indianapolis named for business leader Robert McKinney

Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie announced recently the naming of the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis in honor of Indianapolis attorney, banker and...

Spike Lee coming to IU for ArtsWeek program

Special to the Recorder BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Award-winning film director Spike Lee, among the best-known filmmakers today, will appear at IU Auditorium on Feb....

IU expert: H1N1 public health messages inform rather than scare

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - So far, the communication strategies being employed by health care officials to warn people about the dangers of the 2009 H1N1...

IU sees $63M revenue boost from enrollment jump

Indiana University officials say this school year's record enrollment is leading nearly $63 million in unexpected revenue for its campuses across the state. University...
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