Senior Yishan Ding reflects on the independence and leadership skills she developed at IU

IU Bloomington senior Yishan Ding has spent three years on the IU Bloomington campus. During that time, the student from China has grown as a person, experiencing new lands, making new friends and gaining some independence. She’s also made it her mission to help other international students who take the leap to study abroad. “I […]

Undergrads tackle research with faculty mentors through 2020 Sustainability Scholars program

When IU freshman Kate Adams came to campus, she already had some research experience under her belt. But the international studies major was pleasantly surprised when she became a Sustainability Scholar, allowing her not only to conduct research during her freshman year of college but to do so in a setting that is not your […]

Fewer riders, more heart: A Little 500 team’s unlikely journey to the race

Post by IU Communications colleague Milana Katic: As riders line up Friday for the 29th running of the women’s Little 500 at Bill Armstrong Stadium, most of them will go into the 100-lap bicycle race knowing they have three other teammates to back them up. One team, however, will boldly enter the race this year […]

IU Late Nite provides students safe, late-night fun

Post by IU Newsroom intern Alex Kimbrell Located in the center of campus, the Indiana Memorial Union provides students with a place to meet, relax, study and grab a bite to eat on their way to class. On Friday nights, dozens of nocturnal students keep the energy alive long after most places have closed for […]