Clock running down for Supreme Court decisions

Every Monday, legal and policy experts all around Indiana University watch to see what decisions are handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court. Many are keen to see how the court rules in Fisher v. the University of Texas, a challenge to the use of affirmative action in university admissions. The case, in which Abigail […]

New interns keep IU Bloomington sustainability program rolling

It’s hard to believe, but more than 200 IU Bloomington students have served as campus sustainability interns in the past six years, putting their mark on programs ranging from recycling and waste management to campus gardens and sustainable food to energy-conservation competitions. The latest crop got started last week. Sixteen participants in the 2013 Summer […]

State legislation reopens the door to education for some immigrant students

Victoria Hicks is going back to school. Two years after a new state law made her ineligible for in-state tuition, forcing her to drop out and work full time, she is re-enrolling at IU Bloomington and plans to complete a degree in international studies. Credit Senate Bill 207, approved last month by the Indiana legislature […]