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The “Hope’s Harbor” sculpture sits in front of Knobview Hall and the Ogle Center. File photo by Bryce Shreve.

IU campuses set up Wi-Fi hotspots for students to use during the COVID-19 crisis

IUS set up a Wi-Fi hotspot in the parking lot behind Knobview Hall and is providing a limited number of hotspot devices for students to take home
Aubryn Crotchett, Staff Reporter April 13, 2020

IU campuses are currently providing free Wi-Fi access to both students and the community in response to the COVID-19 crisis. The high-speed Wi-Fi is free and offered 24 hours a day, which allows users...

Volunteers help with campus move-in day.

New Rooms for a New Year

Connor Edrington , Assistant News Editor August 25, 2016

For some students, entering a new academic year also means entering a new home away from home. On Thursday, August 18 students brought their belongings to one of five lodges on campus during move-in...

Raising mental health awareness

The death of Robin Williams has sparked a national conversation about mental health. But how do we deal with mental health on a local level, or even a personal one? These are the questions Beth Rueschhoff, assistant professor of biology, is raising in her ongoing series on mental health.
Ethan Smith, Staff October 5, 2014

Beth Rueschhoff, assistant professor of biology, has designed an ongoing series of talks to appeal to some of the schools on campus such as nursing, psychology and sociology. The most recent talk, held...

New director encourages change

IUS Horizon August 26, 2012

Amanda Stonecipher, new director of Residence Life and Housing, has been working the summer away preparing Residence Life and the lodges for fall semester students. “Summer is the busiest time,”...

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