Fulbright international exchange program bridges academic, professional pursuits

Post by IU Newsroom intern Annie Brackemyre Growing up in a small town in Indiana, Arielle Moss came to IU ready to branch out. She majored in biology and Near Eastern languages and cultures and then studied abroad in Morocco as a junior and immediately fell in love. “Morocco is renowned for its hospitality, and […]

IU’s ethics bowl team prepares for national competition

Post by IU Newsroom intern Annie Brackemyre In a competition of rhetorical and conceptual distillation, the IU ethics bowl team heads to the national Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl for the second year in a row on Feb. 21 in Reston, Va. The team will face 35 other schools who qualified for nationals based on their performance […]

Valentines at Ballantine: Students share their love for IU

Post by IU newsroom intern Alex Kimbrell: Let’s face it – Indiana University holds a special place in every Hoosier’s heart. In the spirit of all that is love, we went in search of students whose hearts bleed cream and crimson. During our travels, we discovered that one of the best places to find valentines is in […]

Study abroad program at IU provides students a chance to see the world

IU Bloomington freshman Toni Pringley always knew she wanted to study abroad. So when the telecommunications major heard about the study abroad program through the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs, she knew she wanted to apply. While still in consideration for an upcoming trip to Ghana, Pringley is one step closer […]

IU students doing their part to help Flint residents

For months, people throughout the country have read headline after headline about the water crisis happening in Flint, Mich. But members of Indiana University’s Black Graduate Student Association didn’t simply want to read about the crisis; they wanted to do something. So with the help of the IU community, the organization is raising money to […]