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  • Judge considering whether to move IU student's death case

    A judge is considering whether to move the trial of a man charged with fatally beating an Indiana University student. The attorney for 49-year-old Daniel Messel of Bloomington argued in Brown County court Wednesday that he can't receive a fair trial...
  • IUPUI executive vice chancellor named next chancellor

    The executive vice chancellor and chief academic officer at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has been selected to succeed Charles Bantz as the school's next chancellor. Indiana University President Michael McRobbie announced Thursday...
  • IU Kelley School gets $300K for Palestinian economic growth

    The U.S. State Department has awarded a $300,000 grant to support Palestinian economic development through business consulting and support provided by students at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business. The Kelley School's Institute for...
  • Linking your college education to a career

    My role as a college admissions consultant has increasingly taken on a career-advising focus. Students today want to know what to study as well as where to pursue their degrees. The globalization of the economy and the shifting of our manufacturing base...
  • IU alums have until June 29 to cast ballots for trustee

    Alumni of Indiana University have until June 29 to cast their votes for the next school trustee. Degree holders from any IU campus elect three of the school's nine trustees. An election is held once a year for one of the seats, which have three-year...
  • Mount Baldy open for ranger-led tours this summer

     Mount Baldy open for ranger-led tours this summer
    After the closure of Mount Baldy two summers ago, National Lakeshore park rangers have begun leading tours of the dune. The limited access tours that started Friday are the first for the park since the a mysterious hole trapped a 6-year-old Illinois boy...
  • After surviving bout with leukemia, woman becomes a nurse

    The almost never-ending blood tests, the continual rotation of intravenous bags, the antiseptic hospital smell all seemed familiar. Rhea Roller Watson remembers the hours spent in the oncology ward at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University...
  • Family behind new Ala. 'Right to Try' looks beyond the bill

    Gabe Griffin lobbied his first bill at the age of 9. It became law when he turned 10. He'll be in a wheelchair when he turns 12. Without the right drugs, his parents say he'll be dead in a decade. But Gabe doesn't know he's dying. In fact, he doesn't...
  • Local Roundup: Alum's $10 million gift to support ND coaching job

    Notre Dame alumnus Richard Corbett has made a $35 million donation — $10 million of which will endow the school's head football coaching position. "I'm honored and quite humbled to be a part of this incredible gift from Dick," coach Brian Kelly...
  • Indiana U. trustees approve Bloomington tuition freeze

    Indiana University says its Board of Trustees has approved freezing undergraduate tuition rates for the next two years for Indiana residents attending the main campus in Bloomington. The school says the trustees voted Wednesday to approve the recommended...
  • Robert P. Kraft dies at 87; astronomer and UC Observatories director

     Robert P. Kraft dies at 87; astronomer and UC Observatories director
    Robert P. Kraft, an astronomer who helped illuminate some of the mysteries of the universe and secure the University of California's prominence in the field of astronomy through his guidance of major observatories, has died at a Santa Cruz hospital. He...