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Friends of a teen who fell five stories to his death from a balcony are recounting what happened. Xavier Somerville died Monday after police broke up a party where many of those in attendance were drinking. Somerville was a Lawrence Central High School...
Could the solution to increasing suicide and depression rates among members of the U.S. military lie in a nasal spray? The Armyhopes so. In the midst of a crisis that saw its highest rate of suicide in July, the Army has greenlighted a grant for Dr....
The start of a new school year at Indiana University Bloomington has brought no slowdown to the busy summer road construction schedule. Incoming students driving around the city have to learn the detours and back ways to avoid orange pylons and barriers....
South Bend TribuneIt will be a busy year for Mahala Miller, of Nappanee. She will be heading across the state all summer long, going to festivals from Steuben to Posey and everything in between. She will be waving and riding in convertibles right up through mid-September....
WASHINGTON -- Yet another reason to revere Calvin Coolidge is that he thought the Chicago Bears were a circus act. In the 1920s, professional football was small beer compared to the already big business of college football. Which today prospers partly...
Indiana University is beginning the new school year with a record number of freshmen. On the main Bloomington campus, 7,600 first year students are enrolled for the fall semester. More than 60 percent of those students are from Indiana. In all, nearly...
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Indiana University Bloomington is now listed as one of the top LGBT friendly colleges in the country. The list comes from the Campus Pride Index. It made its determinations after looking at the policies, programs and practices of nearly 350 public...
He is only in fourth grade, but already, Parker Harrington dreams of going to Indiana University. "I just think it is a really good campus and I am going to go here whenever I get older," said Harrington. Harrington is one of hundreds of kids set to...
A not guilty plea has been entered on behalf of a suspended Indiana University student accused of torturing and killing cats. Christopher Gugliuzza is charged with animal cruelty. The Monroe County Prosecutor’s Office said he tortured a kitten...
The U.S. Army is giving a $3 million research grant to an Indiana University School of Medicine scientist to develop a nasal spray antidote for suicidal thoughts among soldiers. Dr. Michael J. Kubek, Ph.D., who was awarded this grant, has been doing...
An Indiana University student who admitted he stole a cat from an animal shelter and abused it has a history of cruelty toward animals, according to woman who knows him. Christopher Gugliuzza told investigators he slapped the cat, tied a cord around...
A cat beaten and tortured is getting a fresh start with a new loving family. Everyone thought Lennox had died after an Indiana University student admitted he slapped and threw it before he tied a cord around her neck then beat her with a rock. It's been...
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