An edible campus

It’s not your standard garden-variety garden. IU Bloomington’s Campus Garden Initiative, part of an overall Edible Campus Initiative, is proving to be both a harvesting ground for vegetables (which might end up in your next meal on campus!) and for valuable lessons on food, health and sustainability. See how the Campus Garden Initiative is connecting students to […]

Throwback Thursday: IU baseball goes to Japan

It’s been just over a week since the curtain closed on IU’s historic baseball season, which culminated in the Hoosiers first-ever appearance in the College World Series, but the thrills that took place on the diamond continue to be the talk the Btown campus. Indeed, anticipation for next year started almost immediately after the Hoosiers’ […]

Time-lapse great organ

If you’ve got some time (3:06) this afternoon, enjoy classical music and are fascinated, like I am, by time-lapse photography, you might want to check out this fun video showcasing the installation of IU Bloomington’s third great organ, the newly named Webb-Ehrlich Great Organ of Alumni Hall. The three-manual, 44-stop, 2,838-pipe instrument — known to acclaimed […]

The voyage home

Long since stricken from the Naval Register, her parts scattered across Indiana and the nation, the USS Indiana, recipient of nine battle stars for her service during World War II, is finally coming home. As reported June 25, Indiana University has secured the original prow from the 35,000-ton South Dakota class battleship, which served in the […]