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  • Hail to old IU

    Get the details on all things homecoming 2015, and enter to win tickets to Saturday's football game.

  • Global exchange

    IU director of student financial literacy Phil Schuman is helping a Russian university implement its first financial literacy week.

  • Fall forum

    The IU Bloomington Professional Council will host a fall forum focused on policies and benefits.

  • High honor

    Marcia Pickett was awarded the 2015 Bartley Award by IU President Michael A. McRobbie earlier this week at a staff appreciation brunch.

  • Cultural celebration

    IU's Latino Cultural Center will host a full calendar of events in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month.

  • Beautiful feet

    IU Opera and Ballet Theater's fall ballet includes choreography by Twyla Tharp, George Balanchine and Paul Taylor.

  • International flavor

    A new campus dining option featuring globally inspired cuisine is coming this spring to Wells Library.

  • Trading spaces

    Find out where to park at the new School of Global and International Studies building.

  • Plan your route

    Check out a new online resource that maps city roadwork affecting campus.

  • Training offered

    IU employees can now earn a certificate while learning about campus emergency preparedness and response.

  • Around IU

    Read about IU's successful student financial literacy efforts, expanding programs for international students, an award for the IU Art Museum and more.

  • 'The Snowden Reader'

    Enter to win a copy of an IU Press book edited by professor David Fidler on the continuing significance of documents leaked by Edward Snowden.

  • Inspiring others

    The IU Bloomington Police Department and the Physical Plant's Campus Division recently received Business Recognition Awards for their longstanding alliance with Stone Belt residents.

  • Jazz celebration

    This year’s event features Jacobs jazz faculty and students in big band, combo and Latin Jazz combo formats.

  • Sound the alarm

    WTIU will air a documentary on Holocaust Remembrance Day featuring a former IU professor's efforts to warn the world about Hitler.

  • Seeking feedback

    Plan to attend two remaining campus salons on changes in humanities book publishing.

  • Endowed lectures

    The IU Maurer School of Law will welcome three prominent legal scholars to deliver a trio of endowed lectures over the next two weeks.

  • 'A Closer Look @ IU'

    The Office of Admissions will provide an exclusive look at admissions for university employees and their high school-aged children.

  • From the Desk

    Provost Lauren Robel shares details about two new programs aimed at international students.

  • Top volunteers

    IU Bloomington has once again earned a spot on the Peace Corps’ annual list of the top volunteer-producing colleges and universities.