Good Luck, Hoosiers!

On “Show Your Stripes Day” was there really any question what we’d be bantering about down in Btown? So, without further adieu, here you go. Hoosier Nation is out today in full force wishing the IU men’s basketball team “good luck” in today’s NCAA Sweet Sixteen matchup against Syracuse. And rumor has it that more […]

Remembering Keith Cash

Yesterday, members of IU Bloomington and the surrounding community, including around 250 law enforcement personnel, gathered at IU Auditorium to celebrate the life of IU Police Chief Keith Cash, who passed away unexpectedly last week at age 50. Friends, family and officers who served with Chief Cash, a 29-year veteran of the IU Police Department, […]

Obama picks IU!

Who says the president doesn’t sometimes see red? President Obama filled out his NCAA tournament bracket today and, to the delight of Hoosier Nation, picked IU as his national champion. “I think it’s Indiana’s year,” the president told ESPN this morning. Joining IU in Obama’s final four were Florida, Louisville and Ohio State. Obama predicted […]

TED time in Btown

It’s the TED Talk people are still talking about. Just over five years ago, at the annual Technology, Entertainment and Design conference in Monterey, Calif., IU Bloomington neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor delivered an 18-minute presentation about her personal experience with a massive stroke, which she suffered in 1996 at age 37. In breathtaking detail, Taylor […]

The spot

Hoosier Nation reacts on Twitter to IU’s new TV commercial.

Renewal, restoration and the campus canopy

It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly two years since IU Bloomington sustained some of the worst tree damage in its history, the result of violent storms that swept through our campus and the surrounding community. More than 300 trees, including several large, old-growth trees, were lost during the May 2011 storms that cut a […]