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With spring comes adult softball, Little League baseball and playground basketball, among other sport activities, all of which display example of good sportsmanship -- or not. In recent years, there have been well-publicized and shocking acts of violence - from players, coaches, parents and spectators alike -- associated with sports programs at every level. For anyone involved in sport, and especially if you are coaching or parenting kids, a visit to IU's Center for Sport Policy & Conduct is a must. Center researchers investigate a variety of issues and concerns regarding sport. Read a report on violence, aggression and deviance in sport at this Web site:

The Hutton Honors College Symposium Sessions give everyone a chance to see what some of the smartest kids on campus are up to and it's not Basket Weaving 101. The sessions, which feature the research of Hutton Honors College students and are open to the public, are scheduled for this Sunday, March 26, in the Dogwood Room of IU Bloomington's Indiana Memorial Union. The first session begins at 9 a.m. and the second at 1:30 p.m. The morning session features presentations on international issues, on social and cultural studies and on new perspectives in art. Research in science, and medical and psychological questions are topics explored during the afternoon session. To see the schedule of presentations, go to: For more information on the Hutton Honors College, go to:

"If you build it, they will come." The Lilly Arbor project has students at IUPUI building a forest in downtown Indianapolis on a one-mile stretch of the White River. This urban habitat project turned into a community effort, and since its first trees were planted in 2000, the number of bird species found in the area has gone from five to over 50. For a story on this project and a link to its Web site go to: