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Indiana University Ph.D. Program in Information Science Accepting Applications by January 15th

Funding packages with $21,500 per year stipends are available for top candidates.

As the Indiana University Ph.D. in Information Science celebrates 50 years (1964 to 2014) – and over 185 graduates, we are pleased to accept new applications to our program in the School of Informatics and Computing, Department of Information and Library Science. 284 more words


All-American Diver Celebrates Being Gay

By Ellen Chlumecky

In a world where professional and collegiate athletes’ lives are put on display for the rest of the world to see, it becomes harder and harder for these people to keep a secret about themselves private. 447 more words


527 E 6th Street: The Mercer House Once Stood Near Campus

The first sign of 527 E 6th on local Sanborn maps is in 1907, but the house is listed as the residence of James D. Moore and wife in the 1900 directory. 373 more words

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Richmond's Skatzka looks to join elite company

Interactive graphic The quest for No. 4

If you plan on following along this season as Richmond’s Devin Skatzka seeks his fourth individual wrestling state championship — something only 18 other high school wrestlers in the state have done — then make sure to enjoy it, because he plans to. 2,348 more words


Gamma Gives Back at Indiana University Dance Marathon

Indiana University is well known for its philanthropic activity on campus, and the Indiana University Dance Marathon has become one of the main reasons for this recognition.  254 more words


Greece Athena tops first boys hoops poll

Greece Athena defeated Fairport 72-60 in the Class AA final Saturday.

Anthony Lamb, a standout high school basketball player at Greece Athena, said he could not wait for the Trojans’ season-opener. 1,302 more words