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Packers 2020 Draft Pick Placed On The Retired List

It’s been a very eventful week for the Green Bay Packers’ roster. The team has officially added Aaron Rodgers, who reported to training camp after months of being away from the team. Green Bay also traded for one of his favorite wide receivers in Randall Cobb. Now, the team has...
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Say goodbye to persuasion: Vaccine mandates may be coming — but will they be legal?

“They didn't get vaccinated.” Those words from President Biden summed up why his administration made a critical shift in its COVID policies, from mask recommendations to mandatory shots for federal workers. And that represents a third stage of government policy, toward a more confrontational approach to “them” — the increasingly demonized unvaccinated class that is roughly half of America.
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Federal charges dropped against PhD student accused of spying for Chinese government

Federal prosecutors have dropped charges against a former Indiana University doctoral student who was accused of spying for the Chinese government. The U.S. attorney for Indiana’s southern district alleged Zhao Kaikai lied on his 2018 visa application to enter the United States and study at IU. Zhao, who is no longer listed as an IU student, was pursuing a doctorate in informatics and studying artificial intelligence.
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Calling Larry Bird ‘The Hick From French Lick,’ Wasn’t Entirely Accurate, According to a Former Celtic: ‘Larry Is the 1 of the Smartest Pragmatic People I Know’

In the pantheon of sports nicknames, “The Hick from French Lick” probably isn’t the most flattering one around. Larry Bird, however, proved that not every name is an accurate depiction of reality. According to one of Bird’s old teammates, the nickname couldn’t be any further from the truth. While Bird...
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Indiana Offers 2023 Center Owen Freeman

Late last month, the Indiana Hoosiers put out a key offer in the 2023 recruiting cycle. Mike Woodson and his new staff decided to offer 2023 prospect Owen Freeman. Freeman comes out of Bradley, Illinois and is largely unrated by the national scouting services. However, he is attracting some serious midwestern attention and is listed at 6-foot-9 and 220 pounds by 247Sports. Along with Indiana, he also has offers from Butler, Illinois, Iowa, Marquette, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue, and Wisconsin among others.
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City Task Force Submits Street Name Recommendations for Jordan Avenue

The joint City of Bloomington/Indiana University task force convened by Mayor John Hamilton to recommend new name options for Jordan Avenue has completed its report. Starting in April, the renaming task force reviewed more than 500 names submitted to the City’s website by members of the public to develop their unanimous recommendations for the road’s two sections:
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Longtime IUPUI Chancellor Paydar to Retire Next Year

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The longtime chancellor of Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis plans to retire next year after seven years as the urban campus' top administrator. School officials announced Nasser H. Paydar's pending retirement Thursday. He has served as chancellor of IUPUI and executive vice president for Indiana University since...
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Apple, Team USA Sets World Record

TOKYO – Despite being the seventh seed heading into the final, Zach Apple and Team USA won gold in the final swimming event of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, the 400m Medley Relay, in a world record time of 3:26.78 at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre on Saturday night. With one...
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Manchester U to restore chime bells for 100th anniversary

NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. (AP) — A northern Indiana university is restoring its chime bells in preparation for ringing in its 100th anniversary next year. Manchester University has hired The Verdin Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, to remove and refurbish the existing 10 bells, create four additional bells, and build a new tower structure.
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Positively Conflicted (book review) (252)

Len Fromm’s lawyer shares what he’s learned. Positively Conflicted is the right book for any lawyer seeking a rich and fulfilling life, which is a larger category than one’s career. According to the author, lawyer-meditator Sam Ardery, we get to this highly desirable endpoint by getting good at conflict. On...
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Indiana University mourns passing of trustee Melanie Walker

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The Indiana University community is mourning the passing of trustee Melanie S. Walker, who was appointed to the IU Board of Trustees by then-Gov. Mike Pence in 2016. Among her many professional and civic roles, Walker was an active member of the boards for the Indiana Economic...
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Thousandths of a second don’t matter at the Olympics now. Why did they in 1972?

TOKYO — Any Olympian leaves the Olympics with Olympic-size memories, stories to retell for a lifetime. Some are glorious. Some are painful. Some are even unjust. There, on a pool deck in Munich in 1972, sat Tim McKee, completely spent after the 400-meter individual medley. Moments earlier, he had blinked his eyes clear, looked at the scoreboard, saw a “1” next to his name and thought: “Oh, [expletive]! I won!” A blink later, his eyes moved up the board to the name of Sweden’s Gunnar Larsson, whose name was also marked with a “1.”