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May 2, 2004
Honors College Graduates Share Their Plans We did an informal survey of May graduates who had entered IU as Honors College students about their current plans and got some interesting replies. Read what more than 75 recent grads had to say.
May 2, 2004
Thirteen Students Honored for Contributions to Honors College Community. The Honors College recognized 13 students for their involvement and achievements on Sunday, May 2, at its annual Honors College Appreciation Ceremony. Dean Karen Hanson thanked the honorees and presented each student with a small awards package during the informal ceremony.
March 8, 2004
IU Poynter Center Ethics Bowl Team Places First in US Competition. The Indiana University Poynter Center Ethics Bowl Team won the Tenth Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl February 26th in Cincinnati, Ohio. The competition is held each year in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics.
March 1, 2004
Forty-three Seniors Earn Honors College Thesis Awards. Despite the difference in their interests, Emily Brown, Travis Greathouse, Lucille Jackson, Rachel Robinson, Va Cun, and Aaron Hankins, in addition to being IU seniors pursuing honors degrees, have one other major fact in common. They, along with 37 other students have just received Honors College Thesis Awards.
January 16, 2004
HC Senior Garners Mitchell Scholarship.Robert (Paul) Musgrave of Evansville, Indiana, a Wells Scholar and Honors College senior majoring in political science and history has been named one of 12 George J. Mitchell Scholars nationwide. During the 2004-05 academic year, Musgrave will study for a master's degree in politics at University College Dublin, Ireland's largest university. He is the third IU student to receive the Mitchell award.
September 1, 2003
What Should an Educated Person Know? The Honors College is planning a series of extracurricular programs for the coming year to explore this question: "What should an educated person know?" With programs on domestic issues and international affairs, religion, art, sports, and science, we hope to encourage conversations about what we need to know and why we need to know it, about the nature and purpose of a college education in a democratic society, and about what a bachelor's degree from Indiana University should signify.
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August 25, 2003
Honors College Admission Criteria Changed. The criteria for automatic admission to the Honors College will change for those students admitted for the class of 2008. Once accepted to IU, a student will automatically receive an invitation to join the Honors College if s/he meets either of the following criteria (revised July, 2003): a combined SAT score of 1350 or above (or an ACT composite score of 31 or more) OR a class rank in the top 5 percent of his or her graduating class. This and other changes will be published in the 2003-2005 Honors College Bulletin available in September. Watch for it.

For stories predating May 13th, 2003, go to News Archives.