Weekly Features


  • Ready, set, innovate

    Learn how to apply for the Emerging Areas of Research program funded by the Bloomington campus.

  • Road to IU

    Check out the IU Newsroom's multimedia project featuring 10 young women and men whose individual journeys of self-discovery collectively define what it means to be an IU Bloomington student.

  • Tumbl{HERS}

    Read about the IU sophomore who is selling customized tumblers for the greater good.

  • Art acquisition

    The IU Art Museum recently obtained works by Benny Andrews, Kerry James Marshall and Martin Puryear.

  • Leave your mark

    The Lilly Library has created a free-download coloring book featuring woodcut images from its collection.

  • Hurricane Katrina

    Experience ongoing relief efforts in New Orleans through the eyes of senior Rachel Martinez.

  • 'Through the Gates'

    This week's episode features a discussion with visiting poet Kate Lilley.

  • Filling the 'skills gap'

    Find out more about the Bloomington Code School, a collaborative initiative funded in part by IU's Innovate Indiana.

  • The force is strong

    A Kelley School faculty member shares memories from his time as a brand manager for Hasbro's 'Star Wars' toys.

  • Harmonious holidays

    IU experts share tips for reducing stress during the demands and expectations of the season.

  • Meet cute

    A tour of the IU Art Museum led to a young student's visit with an artist whose work he had admired.

  • Bright future

    Workers recently placed the steel skeleton of a skylight high atop Franklin Hall.

  • Crimson Cupboard

    Senior Mercedes Jones is on a mission to ensure no IU student goes hungry.

  • The Miniature

    A show at IU's Grunwald Gallery celebrates all things small.

  • Plant power

    Take your nutritional routine to the next level by adding these five fruits and veggies to your diet.

  • Research pioneer

    IU Newsroom's Milana Katic remembers the late Paul Gebhard, former colleague of Alfred Kinsey.

  • Big plans

    Associate IU Cinema director Brittany Friesner will step into a new role while director Jon Vickers is on sabbatical.

  • 'Part of that world'

    IU's Joseph Shaw explains what "The Little Mermaid" would have looked like in different ocean environments.

  • Learning through teaching

    Emily Nickel writes about her experience as a graduate student and instructor in the ceramics program in IU’s School of Fine Arts.

  • Construction update

    Learn what's happening at Franklin Hall, the future home of the state-of-the-art Media School.