May 25, 2001
Postcards from the heartland
Earlier this week, Indianapolis Colts owner
James Irsay paid a world-record price of $2.43 million for the original
manuscript of Jack Kerouacís On the Road, the 1950s epic
of travel in America. Want a less expensive travel adventure? The
IU campuses create eight degrees of connection on a roadmap full
of possibility. Take a "one-tank" trip to Indiana with
the IU Home Pages.
Simpson steps down; Stephan interim VP
Christopher Simpson, IU vice president of public affairs and government relations since 1995 has tendered his resignation, effective July 15. Bill Stephan, special assistant to IU President Myles Brand, will serve as interim vice president for public affairs.
The harp is more than 'heavenly'
Fifty of the world's most distinguished
young harpists from 16 countries will compete during the USA International
Harp Competition at IU Bloomington July 4-15. Audience opportunities
will abound as world-class competitors and international performers
demonstrate that the harp is much more than a "heavenly instrument."
The competition was founded by Susann McDonald, IU Distinguished
Professor of music.
Task force moves into next phase for
administrative services review
IU East will be 30 years old on July
'Mini U' at IUB June 17-22
IU Kokomo's Kelz to direct technology
for intercampus foreign language classes
Three informatics students create 3-D
'bots' for PBS segment on' living machines' that premiered this
IU nixes 12-, 15-passenger van use
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