International Education Week celebrates the rich, worldwide diversity of Indiana University

Each November, Indiana University Bloomington participates in International Education Week, a worldwide celebration of people who seek to improve global understanding. For the past nine years, the IU World’s Fare, an event that allows international student groups to showcase their countries, has been the primary event for the week. However, this year the IU Office […]

A summer reading list for prospective business majors (and everyone else)

What is it about the summer months that make reading more conducive? Whenever people pack for the beach or a trip to the great outdoors, they usually will include at least one or two good books. It only seems natural to have a good page-turner for when you’re sitting under the umbrella as the tide […]

How should the arts be financed? An IU expert offers an affordable solution

Here’s a guest post about business and labor issues in the arts courtesy of newsroom colleague Bethany Nolan, who typically blogs at Art at IU: Local headlines are full of the saga: A contract dispute between the musicians’ union and management at the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has led to the cancellation of performances and a […]