Financial literacy can mean ‘live like a student’ now, not later

Indiana University put together its student financial literacy program with few models or guidelines but a lot of passion and an openness to new ideas, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer MaryFrances McCourt told an audience of college and university officials this week. But something clicked. The program, launched in 2012, has been cited […]

Historian: Church attack makes for a somber Juneteenth

Today is Juneteenth, an important African-American celebration that marks the occasion 150 years ago today when word reached Galveston, Texas, that the Civil War was over and slaves were free. But this year’s observances will be weighted with grief and outrage after a young white man shot and killed nine black people taking part in […]

Expert on segregation to speak Thursday at IU

“Brown at 60,” a lecture series last fall at the IU Maurer School of Law, used legal and historical analysis to explore how America backed away from its commitment to school desegregation in the decades following the Supreme Court’s landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision. Look for UCLA scholar Gary Orfield to tell the […]