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Minority students missing from IU recruiting success Posted September 13, 2013 at 12:01 a.m. This is an excerpt from an editorial in The Herald-Times, Bloomington. Indiana University's total freshman enrollment falls just short of last year's record
Listed in the preseason as one of almost 40 tight ends on the John Mackey Award watch list, Indiana University's Ted Bolser needed just two weeks to gain separation from his competition. With a pair of touchdown catches in both of IU's games, Bolser
Big Ten opponents as the Mastodons get ready for their Summit League schedule...Nov. 15 and 16 with the opponent and date to be announced later...The Mastodons begin conference play with back-to-back road games against North Dakota State on Jan. 9
Former Indiana University chancellor Sharon Brehm says she didn't want to accept that she was having memory troubles when she first noticed problems in 2010. Now, she hopes her acceptance and willingness to talk about her Alzheimer's disease will
The news was reported by the Journal & Courier and it was unclear how long Feichter, a Bishop Dwenger graduate, would be out or if he would require surgery...Thank u all for the love and thoughtful words. Feichter broke his hands in the Boilermakers'
Tom Eblen Joel Pett just turned 60, and he has spent a lot of time lately going through his three decades of editorial cartoons for a retrospective exhibit at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning. "If you ever want a humbling experience,"
Indiana University football coach Kevin Wilson isn't expecting another point-a-minute outing from the Hoosiers' offense Saturday night, mostly because he's concerned about limiting the damage Navy can do with its punishing option attack. Last week we
Indiana University is dedicating the prow of the USS Indiana ahead before Saturday's football game against Navy. IU president Michael McRobbie and other state and national leaders plan to remember the ship and its crew during Saturday afternoon
The study, conducted by Indiana University, surveyed 278 college students and suggested that men think that positive things will happen when they are going to get engaged in the trend of sending and receiving sexy texts, Stuff.co.nz reported. Women,
00 am Published: September 4, 2013 3:00 a.m...Men's coach Tony Jaskick announced that Sims, the director of basketball operations last year, has been promoted to assistant coach, and former Mastodon standout John Peckinpaugh has been named a graduate