Editor's Picks


  • Duty, honor, country

    IU’s Army ROTC has been named the best program in the 7th Brigade.

  • Giving back

    The IU Bloomington United Way Campaign surpassed its fundraising goal and will help empower the local community.

  • Out of session

    The Mathers Museum of World Cultures will temporarily close its exhibition hall this summer for renovations.

  • Get organized

    Try these five strategies for a cleaner desk, and enter to win an IU-themed calendar bundle.

  • Living legacy

    Find out about planned campus and community service activities to honor the life and achievements of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Apply yourself

    The IU Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council encourages individuals and organizations at all university campuses to submit applications for its sixth annual grant cycle.

  • Winter Commencement

    Distinguished journalist Linda Greenhouse will address graduates at the Bloomington campus winter graduation ceremony this year.

  • Holiday roundup

    Take a look at some of IU's most festive holiday offerings and activities taking place through the end of the semester.

  • Healthy fun

    University faculty, staff and students are invited to learn more about health resources during the IU Health and Benefits Fair.

  • Giving season

    IU Bloomington's annual United Way campaign is distributing information to employees in support of this year's goal of raising $800,000.

  • Hoosier Hysteria

    Learn more about this season's unofficial kick-off event lineup.

  • David Sedaris returns

    The famed writer who captures the humor in the everyday is returning to IU Auditorium on Oct. 27.

  • Suspicious life

    IU historian Wendy Gamber uncovered a murder mystery and much more when she delved into the tantalizing story of Mrs. Clem.

  • 'Greening Cream and Crimson'

    IU Athletics' successful zero-waste composting program returned and expanded at Memorial Stadium this year.

  • Seasons of love

    "Rent" will return to IU auditorium and the IU Health Center will host a forum on the perception and treatment of HIV.

  • Back to life

    The calliope once housed on the university's showboat is being restored and will debut at homecoming.

  • Big name on campus

    Actress Glenn Close recently visited Bloomington to unveil a bus campaign aimed at reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness.

  • Around IU

    Read about campus's latest LGBTQ-friendly designation, parking changes, how to access the SPEA building during construction and more.

  • 'Color Your Campus'

    Enter to win a copy of IU Press' new coloring book featuring landmarks from all corners of campus.

  • Safety first

    Confined space training required for some employees could mean the difference between life or death.