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Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
Martin Luther King's legacy being celebrated at IU campuses statewide
Lectures from filmmaker Madeline Anderson and Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale, a film festival, a theatrical production that imagines a conversation between the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, and other events highlight activities at Indiana University campuses statewide that celebrate King's legacy.
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Timmy as a young man
Art at IU
Photography project comes full circle
Hutton Honors College
Btown Banter
Double 'value' talk
best of IU in the News
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The New York Times
Car buyers lack interest in electric cars, study says
Indiana Public Media
IU proposing merger of telecommunications, journalism
Innovative efforts help veterans find new careers
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Committed to Community logo

Highlighting student outreach
IUPUI students' commitment to community is evident as they gather trash in the rain and help at an animal shelter.
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Thanks for the memories: Browns step down after remarkable run
Charlie and Londa Brown are stepping down after eight years coaching volleyball at IU East, during which they built one of the top NAIA programs.
Charlie Brown (right) and player
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Kim Sexton
Super Bowl the 'Olympics of ads'
Super Bowl Sunday is prime ad time, Kelley professor says
Kelley School of Business
IU online programs get top rankings
U.S. News gives high marks to business, education and nursing
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Wes Moore, the author

Campus-community reading initiative
IU Northwest picked "The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates" for its first One Book ... One Campus ... One Community.
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Student-curated art show at IU Kokomo
Cleveland Orchestra returns for performance with Joshua Bell
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Sample Gates in the snow

Snowy Bloomington campus 2012
The nearly deserted IU Bloomington campus was a wintry showplace after Christmas.
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  • Robert Rock, who died last week, addressed IU Bloomington graduates as lieutenant governor in 1965, 1966, 1967 and 1968.
  • The Rev. Thich Hang Dat, a Buddhist monk from Vietnam, is teaching this semester at IU Southeast.
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