It has been nearly two years since 45 scholars from 10 countries gathered at IU Bloomington for four days of intensive analysis and discussion of a disturbing development: the rise of antisemitism as a global and multifaceted phenomenon. But the newly published book that their work produced – “Deciphering the New Antisemitism” – is as […] Read more »
In 2010, Robby Benson was teaching at New York University. With one class left in the semester, the veteran of film, television and Broadway learned he needed heart surgery, again, and immediately. Repairs to his valve defect were failing. Benson missed his class. Instead, he was off to The Cleveland Clinic for a fourth open-heart […] Read more »
Who doesn’t want to perform at their top of their game? Having the energy to chase the kids or grandkids around the yard. Harnessing the focus and drive to finish that big work project. For most men, it’s not about being Superman, but about being the best man you can be. For men, daily habits […] Read more »
Butler University in Indianapolis released a video this week describing the Run Hide Fight model for surviving an active shooter situation – it’s the same strategy IU Emergency Management and Continuity and IUPD promote to students and staff.
IU Bloomington freshman Toni Pringley always knew she wanted to study abroad. So when the telecommunications major heard about the study abroad program through the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs, she knew she wanted to apply. While still in consideration for an upcoming trip to Ghana, Pringley is one step closer […] Read more »
The television series “American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson” premiered this week. It was a reminder that it’s been 21 years since the day I sat in on O.J. Simpson’s trial for the murders of his second wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and a restaurant employee named Ronald Goldman.
Millions of people are expected to tune in to tonight’s ABC broadcast of a miniseries about Bernie Madoff, who is serving a 150-year sentence for running one of the largest Ponzi schemes in U.S. history. Among them will be Noah Stoffman, an associate professor of finance in Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, who suspects […] Read more »
What looks like a butterfly, acts like a butterfly, but isn’t a butterfly? A study out today in the Proceedings of the Royal Society: B that features IU paleobotanist David Dilcher as a co-author identifies a Jurassic-age insect whose behavior and appearance closely mimic a butterfly — but whose emergence on Earth predates the butterfly […] Read more »
Since 2012, IU’s MoneySmarts team has been carrying the banner on campus for educating students in their money matters and helping them reduce their debt. And while no one would declare victory on overall student debt just yet, the MoneySmarts team can take considerable credit for dramatically helping reduce undergraduate student borrowing across the university.
It’s beautiful when the planets align and a plan comes together just like you had dared to hope it would – or maybe even a little bit better than you dreamed. And when it happens, it’s worth sharing the moment with as many people as you can. Indiana University, our heath care partner Indiana University […] Read more »