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North Quad construction relocates classes

Construction started on North Quad, one of the first buildings on campus and a historical landmark, in the beginning of summer. The renovation, which includes some demolition work on the inside and the installation of new elevators, will be divided into three phases, each of which will last a semster.


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For-profit education groups share hit on government loan info

NEW YORK — Shares of for-profit education companies slid Monday as government data showed that many of their students aren't repaying school loans, which could imperil the ability of their students to receive federal financial aid, the bulk of the schools' revenue.



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New bar, new atmosphere at Be Here Now

Within the past four years, the Ball State Village has seen the location of former bars Moe's Tavern, Doc's on Dill and, most recently, Charlie's Library come and go. This year, one more will try to make it work.


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Marriage law goes back to court

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal appeals court put same-sex weddings in California on hold indefinitely Monday while it considers the constitutionality of the state's gay marriage ban.



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America remains soaked in oil

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration announced Monday it is requiring environmental reviews for all new deepwater oil drilling.


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IU students can gamble on grades

(AP) — A new website that allows students to bet on the grades they'll receive could amount to illegal online gambling, an Indiana University spokesman said.



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Lugar: Daniels should run in 2012

(AP) —  Republican Sen. Richard Lugar said he'll urge Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels to run for president and that he believes President Barack Obama will not win reelection in 2012.


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Indy museum aims to boost crowds

INDIANAPOLIS — The four museums that line the downtown Indianapolis canal are all seeking ways to boost their attendance, with one aiming to attract people from the crowds drawn to the waterway during the warm-weather months.


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Greek life prepares for 2010, looks for experience

While greek life is small, representing only 8 percent of the Ball State population, a report released by the Office of Student Life midsummer shows that the community continues to grow despite a slowing Spring Semester.


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Rep. Party nominee Coats courts tea party in Senate bid

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana tea party activists might never fully embrace former Sen. Dan Coats, but the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate is making a concerted effort to court the antiestablishment vote and win their support in the general election.







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