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IU Health and Wellness: Back-to-school issue

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This back-to-school issue of IU Health and Wellness includes articles about Influenza A (H1N1), important sexual health information for incoming college freshmen, nurturing kids' interest in technology, and an inside view of how a sorority polices members' "ladylike" behavior. Full Story >>

IU swimming expert available to discuss high-tech swimsuits

Joel Stager

Joel Stager, director of the Counsilman Center for the Science of Swimming at Indiana University, says it's about time elite swimmers come around to the idea that high-tech swimsuits are bad news. "Finally the athletes are getting it into their heads that their efforts are being devalued. It's not about who wins or loses, but what suit they're wearing. It's disappointing." Full Story >>

IU cybersecurity expert: Recent cyberattacks a 'wake-up call'

Fred Cate

An Indiana University law professor and cybersecurity expert said the recent wave of cyber attacks that shut down Web sites in the United States and South Korea over the July 4th weekend offer important lessons for policymakers. "These attacks demonstrate how vulnerable key computer systems remain," said Fred H. Cate, Distinguished Professor of Law and director of the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research. Full Story >>

IU expert comments on cyber attacks in South Korea, U.S., and their implications

Heon Joo Jung

News organizations are reporting that about 35 government and commercial Web sites in South Korea and the United States have came under major attack in recent days. Suspected in the coordinated cyber attack is North Korea or its sympathizers. Heon Joo Jung, an Indiana University expert on Korean politics, is available to speak with the news media. Full Story >>

IU expert: Movement for change in Iran is most powerful in 30 years

Jamsheed Choksy

As Iran enters the fourth week since its disputed presidential election, basic, irreversible changes are occurring -- begun and directed by the Iranian people themeselves, says Indiana University Professor Jamsheed Choksy, a specialist on Iranian history and religions. Full Story >>

Book Marks

"Slang"

This issue of Book Marks features the first volume of an encyclopedia of Nazi Germany's camps and ghettoes, published by Indiana University Press; an IU professor's explanation and defense of slang as the poetic expression of the every day; an IU Press book on Hoosier Impressionist T.C. Steele; and IU faculty members' books on distrust and civic institutions, filmmaking in the new South Africa, and the history of the religious doctrine of predestination. Full Story >>

Indiana University expert: Honduras coup breaks new ground in region's history

Honduras

Military coups used to be a regular occurrence in Latin America, but the coup that ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya early Sunday was quite different from those of the past, said Jeffrey L. Gould, a Central America expert at Indiana University Bloomington. The primary difference: the United States, along with virtually every other nation, has condemned it. Full Story >>

Supreme Court decision in firefighter case unlikely to impact Sotomayor's confirmation

Kenneth Dau-Schmidt

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 today (June 29) in favor of white firefighters who filed a reverse discrimination lawsuit against the city of New Haven, Conn. In Ricci v. DeStefano, the firefighters claimed the city improperly threw out results of promotional exams because minorities did not meet testing standards for promotion. Full Story >>

Professor available to discuss Supreme Court's discriminatory lending decision

Sarah Hughes

The U.S. Supreme Court today (June 29) issued a 5-4 ruling on Cuomo v. the Clearing House Association confirming that states have the power to enforce state laws against national banks, including laws that prohibit discriminatory lending practices. Sarah Jane Hughes, university scholar and fellow in commercial law at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, is available to comment on the ruling. Full Story >>

More IU music scholars available to discuss life and legacy of Michael Jackson

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Tributes continue to celebrate the life of pop star and musical icon Michael Jackson, who died last week (June 25) at the age of 50. Three Indiana University experts on popular music are available to discuss the Indiana native's life and musical legacy. Glenn Gass is a professor at IU's Jacobs School of Music and author of the first for-credit course at any music school or conservatory on the history of rock 'n' roll. Portia Maultsby is a professor in IU's Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology and director of the Archives of African American Music and Culture. Charles Sykes, director of IU's African American Arts Institute and an adjunct professor of folklore and ethnomusicology, developed the first for-credit college course on the Motown Record Corp. Full Story >>

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