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Standing Room Only – What Makes Food Edible?

Science Café Bloomington brings scientists and the public together to consider science research of general interest. The group recently hosted sociocultural anthropologist Rick Wilk of Indiana University, who researches  why certain foods are considered edible in some eras and cultures, but inedible in others. Wilk specifically addressed fish, using carp and fish considered by-catch as an example.

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IU Receives Grant to Study Possible Autism Link

IU has received a $900,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study a possible link between autism and body temperature. The study will be conducted by Jeffrey Alberts and Chris Harshaw of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. The researchers will examine the effect of body temperature on mice with genetic disorders that mimic the symptoms of …

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The Vast Influence of Indiana University’s Collins Living Learning Center

To any Indiana University outsider, the Collins Residence Center is just like any other residence hall. However the residence hall made the news last year when transgender actress and former IU student Laverne Cox said she switched from another dormitory to Collins Living and Learning Center for a more welcoming atmosphere. WFHB wanted to find out what makes Collins different …

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Daily Local News – June 30, 2015

Professional rescuers and volunteers continued the search for eighteen year old Marina Boelter last weekend; IU’s Maurer School of Law announced last week that they will be opening a new clinic to help Monroe County veterans denied benefits by the Department of Veterans Affairs; A new poll from Bellwether Research shows bad news for Governor Mike Pence; The Monroe County …

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IU Releases Updated Sexual Misconduct Policy

Indiana University released a new sexual misconduct policy Tuesday. The policy defines the term consent, explains the options available to victims of sexual assault, and lists a range of sanctions for those who are proven to have violated the rules. IU spokesman Mark Land says the new policy combines aspects of the previous sexual harassment policy, human resources policies and …

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IU Increases Number Of Peace Corps Volunteers

For the second year in a row, IU Bloomington has increased its numbers of Peace Corp volunteers. According to the Peace Corp’s annual list, IU is ranked 20th among large universities for producing volunteers. It currently has 36 graduate students enrolled in the program, through the School of Public and Environmental Affairs and the School of Education. Peace Corps volunteers …

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City of Bloomington’s 2015 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration

Award-winning filmmaker Bennett Singer gave the keynote address this year at the City of Bloomington’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration. Singer most recently produced and directed the film, “Brother Outsider,” which chronicles the life of Bayard Rustin, and openly gay civil rights activist who worked closely with Dr. King. Besides Singer, the event also featured speeches by Bloomington …

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Standing Room Only – Ebola Symposium Part 1

On Friday Novermber 14, Indiana University hosted an expert discussion of the Ebola Crisis. The event centered on the behavior of the Ebola virus, the sociocultural factors of the affected areas, and the political ramifications of the outbreak. Speakers included David Fidler of the Maurer School of Law, Richard Hardy ff the Department of Biology, Lauren MacLean of the Department of Political Science, Samuel Obeng …

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Daily Local News (每日地方新闻) October 29,2014 – IU Media School (IU媒体学院)

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October 17 Indiana University will inaugurate its newest school on the Bloomington campus. the Media School–10月17日, 美国印第安纳大学揭幕在布鲁明顿校区其最新学校-媒体学院

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President McRobbie Details New Plans For Indiana University

Indiana University President Michael McRobbie unveiled a five year plan last week. McRobbie’s State of the University address was devoted to what he labelled his Bicentennial Strategic Plan, which is to be implemented during the lead up to IU’s two hundredth year anniversary in 2020. The Bloomington campus should see more construction and renovation as well as the introduction of …

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