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Tracking Foreign Students at U.S. Universities

The federal government is proposing greatly enhanced tracking of foreign students studying at U.S. universities. How will that impact enrollment at IU, where foreign students make up eight percent of the student population? What concerns do those students have about the feds tracking their movements and activities? Will some students have to leave school? To learn more, visit the following web sites: Department of Justice Release on Student Tracking Rules; INS Information for Foreign Students and Schools on new rules; Immigration and Naturalization Service.

State Budget Battle

The General Assembly’s special session and the budget battle; an update on the local issues that are a part of the budget bill legislators are trying to come to some agreement on.

Conversation: Bob Hammel

An interview with longtime Herald-Times sports editor Bob Hammel. Hammel is about to release a book written with former IU coach Bob Knight entitled Knight: My Story. Hammel talks about Knight’s feelings regarding his firing at IU, some of the material revealed in the book (originally aired in March, 2002).

Notebook

Includes the director of IU’s Center on Congress and former congressman Lee Hamilton who says the new changes at the FBI help drug dealers; also the IU underwater science program work on an artificial reef off the coast of Florida. Also see the IU School of Music.

What's the Deal?

A Bloomington law office located at a golf course.

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