The state’s Republican leaders remember Otis Bowen as the architect of some of the changes the party is still working to enact today.
The Purdue administration is looking to save $10 million this year so it can afford a recently announced tuition freeze.
Purdue University announced last week it would freeze tuition for two years, but IU says it will make decisions based on its own needs.
Some lawmakers worry the beginning of the session will foster more cooperation than the end.
A federal court says the challenge against the law was not an issue of constitutionality.
Mitch Daniels says his plans for his first few weeks on the job at Purdue University are to learn more about key issues the university is facing.
Justice Loretta Rush is the second woman and the 108th justice to serve on Indiana's highest court.
Governor Mitch Daniels began his first term in 2005 and leaves office in early January.
Daniels acknowledges some people still question the wisdom of some of those changes.
Daniels says his new job at Purdue won’t require such sweeping changes because the public university already works well.