The Shield

Students exit the Blue Line METS bus outside the Orr Center Thursday after a day off for reflection. There is no plan for any additional days off this semester.

Students reflect on burnout and homework

Hayden Olberding, Digital Editor March 18, 2021

Students express burnout and difficulty with the semester, despite being given a “reflection day” on Wednesday. President Ron Rochon granted a day, March 17, to reflect on the date that instruction...

Cobra by Tonja Torgerson  displayed in the Pace Galleries.

Art exhibit displays scale, human connection to nature and body

Jeana Everhart, Staff Writer August 22, 2019

The green figure poses at ease inside the white canvas as money bleeds from her wrists onto the canvas’s edge, resting on the floor. Behind her figure, in a cursive font, arches the phrase "Only the...

The final completion of the Evansville Health, Science, Education and Research Center is expected in May of 2018. Indiana University will own 60 percent of the building and the University of Evansville and USI will split the remaining 40 percent.

Evansville Health Center scheduled for May opening

Noah Alatza, Staff Writer October 4, 2017

As anticipation for the Evansville Health, Science, Education and Research center grows, so do the opportunities. “There are not a lot of places that have done this before,” Dean of the College...

University spokesman Ben Luttrull said the university is aware of the program being rescinded and will monitor any decisions related to it.

University monitoring DACA decision

Noah Alatza, Staff writer September 14, 2017

The university said they are aware of President Donald Trump’s decision to rescind portions of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Children Arrivals (DACA) program. The statement comes a week after...

IU Medical School to break ground Oct. 23

Gabi Wy September 29, 2015
The project awaits final approval by the State Budget Committee Oct. 16.

Indiana University School of Medicine-Evansville potentially moving from USI campus

Jessie Hellmann February 27, 2013

Indiana University School of Medicine-Evansville is expanding and possibly leaving the top floor of the Health Professions (HP) building. Due to a shortage in physicians across the country, IU-Evansville,...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
Indiana University