Living B1G and what it means to be a Hoosier

Beginning this month and throughout the winter and spring, viewers of Big Ten Network basketball and other sports programming will be given a special glimpse into the work being done by IU Bloomington students to establish a more caring culture on campus.

We’ve bantered about Culture of Care in this blog before, but its importance — and the time, energy and dedication this initiative entails —  make it well worth repeating. And as the students who spearhead the initiative can attest to, a significant part of creating a community in which mutual respect, compassion and support are part of the norm is growing greater awareness and understanding of what it means to be a student and, more specifically, a Hoosier student.

As Culture of Care co-chair Patrick Holbrook says in the new Big Ten Network “LiveB1G” vignette featured above, “Being a Hoosier needs to mean more than just being a student and wearing the IU logo on your chest. It should mean being a person who cares for others.”

The new vignette follows up on an earlier BTN story on Culture of Care, which will run throughout the year on the network’s LiveB1G website. The site showcases Big Ten students, faculty and alumni making a positive difference in their communities and throughout the world.

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