Students at Templeton will stage a play they wrote about the state budget cuts, called “The Case of the Missing Librarian.”
The governor and state superintendent hope REPA raises test scores, but some educators say a reduced emphasis on teaching methods could hurt Hoosier students.
Earlier this week, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller joined a lawsuit seeking to declare new health insurance laws unconstitutional.
Currently, algae can do no more than inch IU forward in its long path toward eliminating its carbon emissions.
The Campus Master Plan calls for a move toward carbon, and by extension climate, neutrality. But that idea is an abstract notion at this point.
IU can’t begin to think about joining the climate neutrality club without a significant change in its stance toward burning coal on campus.
Last fall, the Sierra Club began pressuring a handful of college campuses to end their use of coal. Indiana University, with its heating Plant, was targeted.
Student groups are calling on IU to transition away from burning coal – the top source of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere – in the middle of campus.
In his first State of University address since 2008, McRobbie spoke of the many things that have changed in Bloomington and the country in the past 16 months.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie Tuesday announced the creation of a committee charged with considering new academic programs.