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Topic - Mark Land
Indiana University says it has spent more than $80,000 responding to a computer data breach that exposed personal information of some 146,000 current and former students.
Indiana University will stop offering a 25 percent discount on summer tuition at its Bloomington campus but will continue to offer it at its six regional campuses as a way to encourage students to graduate in four years.
A bulletin display at one Indiana University residence hall didn’t go over so well – a ‘black Santa’ posting that was aimed at revealing cultural and racial stereotypes among students – and campus heads were pressured to apologize and remove it.
IU spokesman Mark Land says the department had confirmed it didn't receive any complaints against IU-Bloomington "that would have triggered an investigation."