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Campus Life

  • 'Wellness home'

    The Health and Wellness Center at the IMU offers a place for relaxation and relief in the heart of campus.

  • Safety in numbers

    IU's recently reconvened Campus Community Coalition involves members working together to improve the health and safety of IU students.

  • Positive Changes

    IU's Office of Sustainability student interns work alongside local professionals to solve major sustainability issues on campus and in the community.

  • On the road again

    Get tips for navigating campus during the busy back-to-school season.

  • Know Your Campus

    Tour the Lilly Library with the IU Bloomington Professional Council.

  • Culinary coup

    Local restaurateur David Tallent is the new executive chef of IU Residential Programs and Services' catering service.

  • Know Your Campus

    The IU Bloomington Professional Council invites IU staff members to tour the Student Recreational Sports Center.

  • Pied piper

    IU staff member Chris Eller spends his lunch breaks practicing the bagpipes, an instrument he started playing three years ago.

  • Family ties

    Meet Hank Walter, the new director of the Indiana Memorial Union who has a strong personal connection to IU.

  • From the Desk

    Provost Lauren Robel shares details about her "inspiring and productive" week in Vietnam.

  • Change it up

    Parking permits are on sale now. Plus, read about upcoming changes to parking operations.

  • Splish splash

    Find out what's new at the IU Outdoor Pool this summer, and enter to win a family season pass.

  • Tradition revived

    An old tradition will be revived when IU's curator of organs and carillons David Kazimir will play "Hail to Old IU," the university's alma mater, on the instrument.

  • Around IU

    Read about the search for a new vice president for research, Distinguished Teaching Award honorees, new appointments and more.

  • Ready, set, go

    Staff and faculty are invited to participate in the inaugural Little 500 5K run/walk April 18.

  • Aerial photography

    A helicopter equipped with a special camera will fly over campus to create a new GIS map.

  • Campus retreat

    You will soon be able to enjoy new outdoor spaces outside Owen Hall and the Student Building.

  • State of the Campus

    Provost Lauren Robel's annual address will be live-streamed March 3 from Franklin Hall.

  • Year of the Sheep

    The Asian Culture Center will host an event to celebrate the Lunar New Year.

  • What do you think?

    Take a survey to help an IU group determine the potential need for a campus-based food pantry.