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Campus Life


  • Stage, sound, screen

    Events, a film series and a scholarly gathering are all part of the university's "Orson Welles: A Centennial Celebration and Symposium."

  • Top tastes

    Employees in 10 locations across campus have healthier vending machine options, thanks to a new initiative.

  • Dance Marathon

    IU Dance Marathon kicks off Nov. 14. It is the second largest student-run philanthropic organization in the nation that has raised millions for Riley Hospital for Children.

  • Around IU

    Read about a wider IUPD patrol area, the "Kinsey" film's 10th anniversary, proposals sought for use of the Sustainability Fund, and more.

  • Planting with purpose

    A SPEA student recently installed a new campus rain garden, which collects and filters storm water.

  • Tried and true

    Plan your IU Homecoming 2014 celebrations and enter to win tickets to the football game.

  • Back home again

    A sculpture of famed war correspondent and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Ernie Pyle was recently installed outside Franklin Hall, the future home of the new Media School.

  • Technology commercialization

    A seminar series focused on the benefits and processes of technology commercialization will kick off Oct. 16 on the Bloomington campus.

  • Garden fun

    Faculty and staff can learn about gardening by volunteering at the Hilltop Campus Garden on Mondays and Thursdays.

  • Scholarly sphere

    Researchers have a new space to gather, learn and collaborate at Wells Library.

  • Are you ready for some football?

    Enter to win a deluxe tailgating package featuring IU football tickets and an IU-branded, portable buffet server.

  • Hoosier Commuter Club

    Members can win a $100 gift card during the month of September by completing an online survey.

  • Triple threat

    Batesville, Ind., triplets with lifelong Hoosier ties are enjoying their newfound individuality as IU freshmen.

  • Block Party

    IU faculty and staff driving on campus Saturday, Aug. 23, will want to avoid the intersection of 13th Street and Fee Lane, which will be closed for IU Welcome Week Block Party 2014.

  • Livin' large

    Kitchen upgrades, a new main lobby and fresh paint are part of the renovations that greeted students moving into dorms this year.

  • Back to school

    Be prepared for busier roads, modified bus schedules and questions from new students.

  • Know Your Campus

    Find our more at the IU Auditorium at an upcoming IU Bloomington Professional Council event for staff and faculty.

  • IU2U

    A new program at IU aims to help international students acclimate to the campus and Bloomington community.

  • Honoring D-Day

    IU Libraries archive has launched a digital exhibition of World War II propaganda films.

  • Back to school

    More than 500 will participate in IU's Mini University -- a weeklong program offering over 100 classes taught by 109 IU faculty members.