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Indiana primary election: Media tips from Indiana University faculty members

Indiana University faculty experts provide comments about the May 6 Indiana primary election. The topics they discuss include: Indiana's controversial voter ID law, moderation in Indiana politics, the role of news imagesin an election, the appeal of non-traditional news sources, what's at stake for Republicans and congressional contests. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

vegetarian dish

IU Health & Wellness for April discusses new research findings from the Kinsey Institute about sexuality differences among men and predicting sexual problems in women. The tip sheet also discusses keys to being a good friend and nutrition advice for people interested in a vegetarian diet.

Lecture Notes

Globe

Celebrate the end of Earth Month with several lectures on sustainability, learn more about the murals of Thomas Hart Benton and see a new exhibit at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures, featuring the recent discoveries of IU's Charles Beeker. Full Story >>

Olympics 2008: Tips for the Beijing Olympics

Olympic Medals

Indiana University professors Phil Henson, Phil Stevens and Scott Kennedy discuss the political and environmental climate surrounding the Olympic Games. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Robert Hass

In this edition of Lecture Notes, hear the 2008 Distinguished Faculty Lecturer David Williams discuss medical remedies from the ocean and meet U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Hass on the Bloomington campus. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

Treadmill

IU Health & Wellness for March discusses studies about the vascular benefits of exercise for overweight but active men and about the controversial HPV vaccine. It also offers tips for preventing computer vision syndrome and for finding those elusive 30 minutes a day for exercise. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

William Safire

In this edition of Lecture Notes, March 17-30, meet New York Time's political columnist William Safire and enjoy some quality time in the garden with the Hilltop Garden and Nature Center. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

ArtsWeek 2008

In this edition of Lecture Notes, celebrate ArtsWeek's "Politics in Art" with a censorship panel, discussion of post-World War II music and women in politics; and meet a sportscaster and a genius. Full Story >>

Independence crisis in Kosovo: Indiana University professor available to comment

Timothy Waters

The Serbian province of Kosovo is poised to declare independence, perhaps within days. The U.S. and most European states are strongly in favor, but Russia and Serbia are firmly opposed. Timothy Waters, a professor at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, discusses the implications of the crisis in terms of regional stability and international law. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Martha Nussbaum

Celebrate Black History Month, explore the Supreme Court in two Patten Lectures by Martha Nussbaum and meet the daughter of ABC anchor Ted Koppel in this edition of Lecture Notes. Full Story >>

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