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Photo by Chris Meyer
"Don't fly, mister blue bird, I'm just walking down the road,
Early morning sunshine tell me all I need to know."
from "Blue Sky," by Dickey Betts

 
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Photojournalist Peter Turnley, a recent Branigan Lecturer to IU's Institute for Advanced Study, discusses visual authorship with IUB journalism professor Claude Cookman in the newest edition to "Conversations online."

IU trustees will conduct a public forum April 13 on tuition and fees before setting rates for the 2005-06 academic year. Originating in Bloomington, teleconference sites are set at all other IU campuses.
 
Lynton Caldwell helped to author the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, one of the best known and perhaps most significant pieces of environmental legislation. On April 18, a symposium named in honor of the SPEA professor emeritus will explore policy implications of global climate change.
 
IPFW's Andy Downs relates his experiences as a citizen-activist at the 2005 Indiana General Assembly and gives some advice to others seeking to influence the process in today's "Viewpoint."
 
IU's financial system is being used as a best-practice model for an open source software being developed for colleges and universities.
 
The Indiana Magazine of History begins its 100th year of publication, and IU Kokomo historian Allen Safianow is the recipient of its Thornbrough Award for his article on the Ku Klux Klan
 
Patrick O'Meara, IU's dean of international programs, writes about his recent trip to Thailand and the importance of international alumni in sustaining institutional vibrancy.


Today’s feature


Hot off the presses
What service unit of the university has only one client, does 9,000 jobs a year and has 28 employees with a combined service record of more than 600 years? Photographer Chris Meyer's photo essay takes readers on a tour of University Printing Services.