Greece’s new finance minister gave a preview of his policies during a visit to IU Bloomington

As Greek voters gave the anti-austerity party Syriza a sweeping victory in parliamentary elections Sunday, two Indiana University professors reflected on the recent visit to Bloomington by someone who is expected to play a pivotal role in the Mediterranean nation’s future, Yanis Varoufakis. Alexis Tsipras was sworn as Greece’s new prime minster on Monday. One […]

Students from 23 states come to IU’s Kelley School for National Diversity Case Competition

Students came from as far away as California, Washington and New York to compete at last weekend’s National Diversity Case Competition in Bloomington. This was the fourth year for the event — hosted by Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business — which attracted 140 students from 35 higher education institutions. Participants had an average grade-point […]

IU’s Books & Beyond project brings together students from Bloomington, New Jersey and Africa to fight illiteracy

An old adage says, ” Books are the doors that lead to imagination.” For a group of Indiana University students, books are also a bridge bringing together school children from two vastly different places, Rwanda and Newark, N.J. Twenty-one IU students involved with Books & Beyond, a creative writing project of the Global Village Living-Learning […]

Familiar rivals on the basketball court, IU and Purdue team up to recruit students from underrepresented populations

As Indiana University enters Big Ten play in earnest, two dates will loom large in the next two months — Jan. 28 and Feb. 19 — when IU will meet its in-state rival Purdue University on the hard court in men’s basketball. The women’s basketball team also looks ahead to its game with the Boilermakers […]