The Fringe Experience: A first time in Edinburgh, defying normal

Post courtesy of IU Newsroom intern Amanda N. Marino: Marino spent part of her summer at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which is billed as the largest arts festival in the world. The Indiana University senior shared her observations with Art at IU: When I was told the population of Edinburgh, Scotland, would literally triple for the […] Read more »

Life-Health Sciences Internship Program celebrates 10 years of accomplishments

The Life-Health Sciences Internship Program at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has much to celebrate as it marks its 10th anniversary. Over the last decade, the program has placed more than 500 sophomores and juniors in internships focused on health and life science fields, providing them with a critical asset when they seek employment upon graduation: […] Read more »

Home is where your tribe is

Post courtesy of Janae Cummings, strategic communications specialist with the IU Office of the Provost:  Think back to the moment you found your tribe. Your people. The ones who supported you, pushed you, laughed and cried with you, and made you feel like you belonged. We find our tribes in different places and different ways. […] Read more »

Distractions and haste can make pedestrian crossings perilous

Safe Campus 101: When you’re crossing streets and driving through campus, it’s not the time to zone out on devices or to music.

Actress Glenn Close visits IU to help unveil the new U Bring Change 2 Mind bus campaign

Indiana University Bloomington welcomed a special visitor Tuesday when acclaimed actress Glenn Close stopped by campus to unveil the new U Bring Change 2 Mind College Toolbox Project bus campaign. The lime-green bus features the U Bring Change 2 Mind logo along with a scenario about the effects of stigmatizing someone dealing with a mental […] Read more »

Conservation Law Clinic fights to protect Indiana bat

Post by IU Newsroom intern Amanda N. Marino: After almost four years of litigation, the Conservation Law Clinic made headway in a case being fought to protect Indiana bats from EverPower’s Buckeye Wind Project. Through semester-long internships with the clinic, Indiana University Maurer School of Law students get hands-on experience with litigation in potentially precedent-setting cases like this one, Union […] Read more »

Junior Hannah Thomas is carrying on her family’s legacy at IU

Ask Hannah Thomas why she loves IU, and the public relations and advertising major at The Media School will tell you her love for the university is a family legacy that spans decades. Her father attended IU as a Groups Scholar, and her older sister was a student athlete here. But it is her grandma […] Read more »

Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies looking to expand its influence worldwide

Indiana University Press and the Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies at IU Bloomington have announced a partnership that will allow the institute to expand its impact on global studies. For more than half a century, the independent and non-profit Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies has contributed to our knowledge of the […] Read more »

IU graduate students share passion for science and conversation with ‘ScIU’

A committed team of graduate students from across the sciences at IU are banding together to provide a glimpse inside the world of Bloomington’s research labs through a new effort that seeks inform, entertain and spark conversations about science. “ScIU: Conversations in Science,” which officially launches Aug. 22, is a new blog that seeks to […] Read more »

Sharing thanks – and the IU spirit – with our troops

Editor’s Note: This piece also was published in the latest issue of Inside IU, which was distributed March 30. The 60 members of the 38th Infantry Division of the Indiana National Guard arrived at their current deployment destination on New Year’s Eve, trading Midwestern winter chill for the balmy breezes and blinding sun of the Caribbean. […] Read more »