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IU Researchers Identify Fabric That Kills Coronaviruses

The fabric to save lives?

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“Vile” Remarks By Professor Put IU To The Test

IU seems torn between protecting academic freedom and promoting an environment where students feel safe.

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IU Students Translate COVID-19 Materials For Indiana’s Burmese Community

“Many people in our community were greatly appreciative. I think it gives them a sense of belonging to know they aren’t forgotten.”

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You Can Make This No-Sew Origami Mask In Under Two Minutes

An IU professor shares plans for her no-sew origami face mask that can be made at home in a couple of minutes.

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Destination Hotel: Graduate Bloomington

It’s an Indiana lovefest at this new boutique property.

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The Dadball Era: Closing The Bob Knight Chapter

Maybe some forgave on Saturday. Nobody forgot.

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The Troll Hunter

Meet Josh Russell: Vigilante internet sleuth.

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Traveler: Bloomington

Road Scholar

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A Season On The Brink For Fred Glass

Are calls for the dismissal of the IU athletic director just good sense, or jumping the gun?

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The Hoosierist: Our Bounty Of Counties

“Back in the early 1800s, when Indiana’s political map was drawn, that many counties seemed about right.”

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Victor Oladipo’s Drive

“If y’all don’t respect the Indiana Pacers now, I have no respect for you.”

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AMA: Lisa Pratt, NASA Planetary Protection Officer

“We’re in a hurry to get out there, and many of the things humans bring with them are potential contaminants.”

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New History Book Explores “The Midwest’s Moment”

There’s more than small-town snoops, redneck farmers, and zealous theocrats in Indiana.

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Commentary: DNC Chair Brings “Unbridled Optimism” To IU’s McKinney School Of Law

“Don’t let these [civil rights] laws gather dust,” he warned the audience.

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Things Have Changed: Bob Dylan And Mavis Staples At IU Auditorium

We would have taken more photos, but cameras were strictly forbidden. So here we are with an old-fashioned concert review.

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