Weekly Features


  • An IU tradition

    Check out scenes from this year's Little 500 races, including the winning teams.

  • Spring scenes

    Check out IU sports teams in action, a Tony Award-winning campus visitor, reader photo submissions and more.

  • Spring has sprung

    Check out campus's newest flowers and submit your spring photos for an upcoming reader gallery.

  • Timely tour

    Campus looks a lot different with students gone for spring break.

  • On display

    A 16th-century Portuguese sailing manual recently rejoined the Charles Boxer collection at the Lilly Library.

  • Dream it, do it

    From Grammy winners to Olympians, check out some of IU's most trailblazing African-American alumni.

  • A recent visit

    Novelist Margaret Atwood recently visited IU Bloomington, where she spoke, read and interacted with the community, faculty and students.

  • Finding a voice

    View scenes from IU’s 13th annual African American Read-In honoring black authors.

  • 'A Day On'

    See how IU students spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day volunteering in the community.

  • On stage

    Check out some images from the African American Dance Company's recent studio concert.

  • Deck the halls

    Check out some festive holiday decorations from the Musical Arts Center, the IMU and the IU Auditorium.

  • Fit to print

    Get a behind-the-scenes look at IU printmaking's studio space in the Central Stores annex.

  • Day of the Dead

    Check out altars set up around campus to celebrate the holiday and honor deceased loved ones and ancestors.

  • Feast for the eyes

    Check out some of the pieces of public art on campus.

  • Hoosier poet

    Browse archival photos and enter to win a book of James Whitcomb Riley's poems in honor of his 165th birthday.

  • Famous faces

    Kevin Kline isn't the only celebrity to visit campus. Check out archival photos of more notable guests of IU.

  • Puss in books

    The Lilly Library's new exhibit featuring felines in historical children's books is purrr-fect for cat lovers.

  • Intro to IU

    Check out photos of students moving in, new faculty orientation and freshman induction activities.

  • IU around the world

    Students spent the summer studying and working everywhere from Peru to Turkey to Uganda.

  • String theory

    Young string players come each year to the IU Jacobs School of Music for the intensive Summer String Academy, which just celebrated its 30th anniversary.