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  • TEDxBloomington

    Enter to win a ticket to hear talks on topics including gender identity, the environment and education reform.

  • Crimson Cruisers

    The application period is open for a bike-lending program for faculty, staff and students launching at IU Bloomington this month.

  • Trustees meet

    The IU Board of Trustees will meet April 10 and 11 at IU Bloomington.

  • Energy Matters

    A new energy-saving app will debut on the IU Mobile site Monday, March 31.

  • Planting season

    Ignore the cold. It's time to start planting summer veggies, said Lea Woodard of Hilltop Garden and Nature Center.

  • This week at IU

    Lectures this coming week highlight wind energy, sustainable development, women in technology and more.

  • Innovative recruitment

    IU's increased focus on diversity has led to new staff, collaborations and recruitment outreach.

  • IU this week

    Read about the search for a new HR director, an award for Liberian President Ellen Sirleaf, two new IU chancellors, and more.

  • Ready for Iowa game

    About 72 hours after a piece of trim fell from the Assembly Hall ceiling Feb. 18, Physical Plant and IU Athletics had overseen a complete repair.

  • We heart Meryl

    Actress Meryl Streep will receive an honorary IU degree in April, when she will speak and screen a retrospective of her films.

  • Trustees meet at IUPUI

    The IU trustees will meet Feb. 13 and 14 to discuss the New Academic Directions initiative, residence hall rates and campus parking plans.

  • From the Desk

    Provost Robel provides an update on the Strategic Plan for IU Bloomington.

  • 'We can, we must'

    A former student of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom is creating a crowd-funded documentary film on the late researchers.

  • Male, female or transgender?

    The IU Health Center is drastically changing its policies to better accommodate transgender patients.

  • Updates from IU

    Read about an an Assembly Hall renovation campaign, Anti-Defamation League awards and supercomputing systems.

  • Keeping IU running

    Most faculty and staff stayed home when campus was closed Jan. 6 and 7. Essential personnel from Physical Plant made it to work to repair broken pipes.

  • Winter commencement

    IU's 184th winter commencement will take place Dec. 21 in Assembly Hall.

  • Year in review

    Look back at some of the most popular Inside IU Bloomington stories from 2013.

  • Franklin Hall renovations

    Following bridge and site improvements, renovations to the building for the new IU Media School should begin in late summer.

  • Trustees meet Dec. 5 and 6

    At this week's meetings at IU East, the trustees will request approval for online joint degree programs at regional campuses.