IU opening community for GLBT students, allies
A thematic residence hall community in Teter Quad will open this fall targeting Indiana University students across the gender and sexual orientation spectrum, as well as their allies.
45th Black Expo Inc. Summer Celebration promotes education
Hundreds of Indiana University volunteers are working at this year's event to teach youth about college.
Google sponsorship funds IU research on what triggers early interest in STEM
Google Inc. has awarded $150,000 to two Indiana University researchers to support a study of how early experiences can trigger and maintain an interest in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics
Indiana initiative serves minorities with a passion for STEM
The reporter Nichole Odijk DeMario writes about the Indiana initiatives to expand opportunities for minorities and enrich academic experiences through STEM programs.
Camp S.O.U.L. at IU's Black Culture Center inspires through music
Tyron Cooper can easily focus the attention of the kids participating in Camp S.O.U.L through music.
IU is mapping diversity, inclusion across campuses
As part of a university-wide assessment, IU is mapping diversity and inclusion at all campuses through feedback from IU Community members
IU East welcomes new special assistant to the chancellor, chief diversity officer
Latishea Varnesdeel is the new special assistant to the chancellor and chief diversity officer at Indiana University East.
When students are disowned over sexuality or gender, some colleges lend them a hand
Emergency grants are meant to bridge the sudden loss of familial support until financial aid or outside scholarships kick in. And they’re intended to signal to students that the campus supports them.
IU reconciles with 1969 football players who boycotted over racism
IU greeted the attending players with a group of high-ranking university officials, including President Michael McRobbie, Athletic Director Fred Glass, former IU football star and current athletics administrator Anthony Thompson.
Study: Negative findings for children of gay parents don't hold up to scrutiny
A 2012 study by a University of Texas sociologist has been widely cited to argue that lesbians and gay men don’t make good parents. Now researchers at Indiana University and the University of Connecticut have reanalyzed the same data and reached a very different conclusion.
Book by IUPUI professor puts Native American mascot imagery into historical context
"There were no Native American tribes involved in the creation of these identities, so why would colleges go to them for approval now?" asks Jennifer Guiliano, assistant professor of history at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and author of Indian Spectacle: College Mascots and the Anxiety of Modern America.
Lil Bub and friends raise money for LGBT community
Bloomington's famous feline Lil Bub has joined the ranks of celebrities speaking up for equality in Indiana.
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