Editor's Picks

Campus Life


  • Campus canine

    The IUPD is welcoming a new pup to its ranks this semester and needs your help in naming him!

  • Tangible changes

    A survey created by an IU professor will help the university better understand what students from diverse populations need to succeed on campus.

  • Meeting needs

    A new campus task force will offer recommendations for improving or increasing mental health services to students.

  • Round and round

    Four mechanics are what stand between IU's fleet of 25 campus buses and cold winter temperatures.

  • Checking in

    As part of a renovation project, furniture from the IMU's Biddle Hotel is being donated to Habitat for Humanity.

  • Holiday gift guide

    See the gifts from around campus that made our wish list, and enter to win an IU-branded calendar bundle.

  • "The Exonerated"

    An IU Theatre production will share the true stories of six innocent people put on death row.

  • Nostalgia by design

    A California-based design group has created a collection of products featuring the IU Bloomington campus, and you could win a piece.

  • Designing the future

    Peg Faimon is the founding dean of the new School of Art and Design at IU, and she has big plans for collaborations in her school and across campus.

  • Roger Cohen

    The IU Poynter Chair and New York Times journalist will talk about responsible journalism in an untraditional presidential election.

  • Rooms with a view

    The Moving Image Collections and Archives has a new home at the Wells Library to showcase classic collections and new technology.

  • 'Extraordinary commitment'

    Decades after Frances Morgan Swain lobbied IU's trustees for a space devoted to female students, the Student Building will be named after her.

  • Kickoff time

    Pedicab rides and public art are just a few of the changes fans can expect to see at IU's first home game of the football season.

  • Dishing up options

    Flame Burgers and Grill and The Den by Denny's are the newest eateries on campus.

  • Sustainable hospitality

    The IMU Biddle Hotel is putting leftover hospitality items to good use.

  • Mandela Washington Fellows

    A delegation of young leaders from 18 different Sub-Saharan countries are visiting the state to learn about on-campus civil engagement.

  • University finance, unpacked

    Check out this general primer for IU's current budget model: what it is, how it works, and who else in the Big 10 subscribes to it.

  • 'Meaningful dialogue'

    Members of Native American tribes that once called Indiana home recently visited campus to discuss complex issues regarding repatriation and graves protection.

  • From the Desk

    The Bloomington Faculty Council president details a newly approved policy governing scholarly activity metrics.

  • Pooling resources

    The idea for the rain garden came from a proposal by a student enrolled in the Best Management Practices for Healthy Urban Watersheds class.