Editor's Picks

Arts & Humanities

  • Uncovering the unexpected

    Enter to win a new IU Press book that celebrates the Hoosier state and the university through 31 essays.

  • 'Performative Book'

    IU professor Hildegard Keller is bringing voices in history to life through multimedia experiences.

  • 'Golden Age of Black Radio'

    The Archives of African American Music and Culture has partnered with the Google Cultural Institute for an online multimedia exhibition.

  • Dedicated to dialect

    Two IU linguists helped realize the director's commitment to language authenticity in "The Revenant."

  • 'Beyond Bollywood'

    A Smithsonian exhibition that details the history of Indian Americans and their contributions to the U.S. is on view at the Mathers Museum.

  • Who's that guy?

    At IU, the most frequent visitor to campus events isn’t a student; it’s a Viking.

  • Blue Light Books

    The editor-in-chief of the Indiana Review has created a new prize for aspiring authors.

  • 'Dead Man Walking'

    Two IU opera students got the chance of a lifetime when they met the nun they were portraying on stage.

  • Spooky steps

    Learn about campus myths and legends when IU's student folklore group leads its annual Ghost Walk.

  • Pumpkin wonders

    Faculty and staff volunteer with Bloomington's Creative Glass Center and their Great Glass Pumpkin Patch event