While I have no clue what the distinction between these sections, it appears to be a requirement that each one must have at least one article that vaunts IU's self-righteousness and parades its wickedness as goodness. Under headlines we get to "read about IU's annual GLBT alumni celebration weekend." Under features, we see IU's efforts to "end sexual violence on college campuses" (see why this isn't as wonderful as it sounds here). Under editor's picks (Did the editor not pick the other ones?) we're informed of an "opportunity" for IU faculty and staff to "learn more about meditation during an upcoming on-campus program" (trust me, it's not about meditating on the law of God, à la Psalm 1). And finally, the cherry on top, under spotlights we get a pitch for Bloomington's annual PRIDE Film Festival where homosexuals proudly oppose God and His Word.
Indiana University, whose motto is "light and truth," has left its first love (Revelation 2:4). The university which was once Indiana's State Seminary now has an saddening resemblance to Isaiah 5:20:
Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil;
Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness;
Who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!