Weekly Features


  • Artful retrospective

    Check out works by longtime art professor Robert Barnes on exhibit now at the IU Art Museum.

  • Monster mash

    Just in time for Halloween, a new exhibit at the Mathers Museum explores extraordinary and unnatural beings.

  • IU at work

    Check out scenes from IU's sixth campus Habitat for Humanity build in partnership with Whirlpool.

  • Happily ever after

    Check out photos from a dress rehearsal of IU Opera Theater's season opener, "The Barber of Seville."

  • Curtain calling

    View archival photos highlighting 75 years of music, drama and historic moments at IU Auditorium.

  • International abode

    Check out photos featuring IU’s new School of Global and International Studies building.

  • Daffy drama

    View photos of the cast of "Seussical, the Musical" rehearsing for the Indiana Festival Theatre performance.

  • Special delivery

    How do you move a 4,000-pound Roman mosaic dating back to the fifth century? Very carefully.

  • Lifelong learning

    View photos from Mini University's lab featuring high-fidelity manikins that can simulate medical emergencies.

  • Cherish the moments

    View photos of IU Bloomington undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies.

  • Colorful culture

    View scenes from a campus celebration surrounding Holi, a spring festival from India and Nepal.

  • 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.