Weekly Features


  • '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.

  • Lilly exhibit

    Oh, oh, it's magic

    A summer exhibition at the Lilly Library traces the evolution of the occult, the unseen and the supernatural.

  • Behind the scenes

    View "Godspell" rehearsal photos and enter to win Indiana Festival Theatre tickets.

  • Springtime for squirrels

    It's time to check back in with the squirrels of IU, who are loving the season's warm weather and delicious acorns.

  • April in Bloomington

    Bloomington finally blossomed, just in time for baseball season and campus visits from Meryl Streep and Joshua Bell. Laury Flint was sworn in as IU's new police chief and President McRobbie notified IU's newest Truman Scholar of the honor -- over Skype.

  • Marching Hundred

    Portraits of Bloomingon

    Enter to win an IU Press book featuring iconic photos of the IU Bloomington campus.

  • Outside Maxwell Hall

    Call of duty

    Two IU grad students compiled an exhibit of IU students, faculty and alumni who served in World War I.

  • Miley Cyrus painting

    Thesis shows

    Miley Cyrus as "Queen of Hearts" will be on display during the Grunwald Gallery's MFA thesis shows.