Weekly Features


  • International moves

    A dance group from the Taipei National University of the Arts recently performed with IU students.

  • New look

    View the IU Bloomington campus as it has never been seen before: from the perspective of a drone.

  • Royal trouble

    Get a sneak peek at scenes from IU Opera Theater's weekend production of "Rodelinda."

  • Ink art

    See images from the Grunwald Gallery's current exhibit "Indiana Tattoo: History and Legacy."

  • New year, new look

    Take a peek inside the recently completed Paul H. O'Neill Graduate Center at SPEA.

  • Deck the halls

    The Wylie House Museum transported visitors back in time during their holiday open house.

  • Sweet moves

    The 2016 IU Dance Marathon raised more than $4 million for Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health.

  • Seeing stars

    Students and families took part in science experiments and demonstrations during this year's Science Fest.

  • Swoosh, here it is

    Peek inside the recently dedicated Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall to see the completed renovations.

  • Curtain call

    Go behind the scenes of "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike," opening Oct. 21 at the Wells-Metz Theatre.

  • 'The Daughter of the Regiment'

    Go behind the scenes of IU Opera and Ballet Theater's latest production, and enter to win tickets for this weekend.

  • Focusing in

    Check out the images IU student Adam Kiefer captured as a volunteer at the 2016 Olympic games.

  • New traditions

    Behind the stately appearance of Franklin Hall lies the cutting-edge technology of The Media School.

  • Hands-on sustainability

    Indianapolis high school students visited Bloomington this summer to participate in this new summer environmental experience.

  • Up close

    IU students immersed themselves in the cultures of Ghana and the Dominican Republic this summer.

  • Moments memorialized

    Enter to win a new IU Press book featuring photos taken during World War II by professor emeritus Mac Fleming.

  • New Frontiers

    Check out scenes from IU Theater's recent original pronunciation performance of "King Lear."

  • Beautiful moves

    Check out scenes from a recent contemporary dance showcase featuring original choreography by IU students.

  • Build-a-Bike

    Take a look at the collaborative Little 500 weekend workshop that benefited a local nonprofit.

  • Artful recollections

    Take a look back at the early days of the IU Art Museum, celebrating 75 years this month.