The group flaunted its First Amendment rights by reading banned books from Dr. Seuss, Kurt Vonnegut and others.
Bloomington and Ivy Tech leaders are launching an initiative to give entrepreneurs more technology and training.
Indiana public universities went before two states committees Thursday to make their requests for additional funding next year.
The exhibit will include 40 paintings, including paintings and family portraits created by the late Marilyn Mellencamp.
The college preparatory school is preparing to graduate its first class Friday.
Mitch Daniels says the state needs to have "tough conversations" about the value of four-year universities versus community colleges.
Ivy Tech has announced it will not increase tuition rates in 2012-20123 for current and former members of the military.
Department heads say they don't need as many staff as they had five years ago but admit some jobs now take longer to do or have been outsourced.
A recent study suggested the U.S. Postal Service should consolidate its mail processing services in the state.
Small communities across the state can now connect to high-speed internet because of a grant Indiana University received to expand its network.