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In collaboration with Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Dr. Virginia Caine of the Marion County Public Health Department, the Fairbanks School received $10.5 million to expand contact tracing in the city.

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Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie has appointed a review committee of six distinguished senior IU faculty members to evaluate the namings on the IU Bloomington campus related to David Starr Jordan, who served as IU’s seventh president from 1885 to 1891 and professor of zoology from 1875 to 1885.

This week Eric Langowski got a letter from Indiana University President Michael McRobbie expressing regret for a World War II-era policy banning admission of Japanese American students. It’s an acknowledgment Langowski had been seeking for more than two years.

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IU President Michael McRobbie talks to the audience at the annual State of the University address. The virtual launch of "Windows on Worlds: International Collections at Indiana University" organized by president McRobbie and his wife Laurie Burns McRobbie will start at 4 p.m. on June 23.

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For the 200th anniversary of the founding of Indiana University, Patrick O’Meara hosts a discussion with members of the faculty and staff who have been instrumental in crafting many aspects of this year’s commemoration.

Directed by Various Student Directors. Each film will receive its world-premiere presentation.

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IU South Bend is preparing a Bicentennial Time Capsule to capture moments throughout the years here on campus.

Sundial from IU class of 1868

The sundial was erected in front of an IU building on the Seminary Square campus in 1868 and relocated to the front of Maxwell Hall in Dunn’s Woods in 1896.

Ernie Pyle: Life in the Trenches is a 90-minute WTIU documentary that tells the story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist who reached millions each week with stories about ordinary Americans doing extraordinary things.

Through her many performances, Mia has come to realize it is live theater that brings communities together, often addressing and highlighting issues, causing her audiences to react, reflect and respond.

portrait of Camilla Williams

A portrait of Camilla Williams was revealed at 3 p.m. in the East Lounge of the Indiana Memorial Union. Williams was an IU voice professor and an opera singer.

After six months of celebrations, Indiana University (IU) officially marked its bicentennial on Monday – and it saved the best for last, inaugurating Big Red 200, a new AI-focused supercomputer that joins the ranks of the fastest academic supercomputers in the world. 

IU celebrated its bicentennial on Monday with a special Day of Commemoration that included the dedication of the Big Red 200 supercomputer, the first ringing of the Arthur R. Metz Bicentennial Grand Carillon, an unveiling of new murals in Franklin Hall and Wright Quadrangle, a lecture from Academy Award-winning actress Viola Davis and more.

Big Red 200 is eight times faster than its predecessor, Big Red 2, which at seven years old is obsolete. It's 8,000 times faster than IU's first supercomputer, which came online in 2001.

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The new Arthur R. Metz Bicentennial Grand Carillon, housed in a tower stretching more than 127 feet into the sky in the IU Arboretum, will ring for the first time at 11:45 a.m. on Monday as part of the university’s bicentennial celebration.

As IU approaches its 200th birthday, we're taking a look back at the past two centuries.

bicentennial medal

IU’s Bicentennial celebrates individuals and organizations who have positively contributed to the institution throughout its history. Approximately 1,500 crafted Bicentennial Medals themselves have their own significance, honoring those improvements. 

Indiana University officials plan to toast the school’s bicentennial later this month with the dedication of a new supercomputer, the inaugural chiming of a rare collection of bells and a speech by Academy Award-winning actress Viola Davis.

Indiana University officials plan to toast the school’s bicentennial later this month with the dedication of a new supercomputer, the inaugural chiming of a rare collection of bells and a speech by Academy Award-winning actress Viola Davis.

Indiana University officials plan to toast the school’s bicentennial later this month with the dedication of a new supercomputer, the inaugural chiming of a rare collection of bells and a speech by Academy Award-winning actress Viola Davis.

Indiana University East reviews the accomplishments, celebrations and memorable moments of its students, faculty, staff and campus.

Indiana University has acquired a new artificial intelligence supercomputer that claims the distinction of being the fastest in the state of Indiana and one of the fastest university-owned supercomputers in the United States.