IU sophomore seeks to change the world, one tumbler at a time

Post by IU newsroom intern Alex Kimbrell: When Indiana University student Caroline Trant first heard about Let Girls Learn, a global initiative aimed at educating adolescent girls throughout the world, she knew she wanted to be involved. Walking to class one day last fall, Trant looked down at the coffee tumbler in her hand and the […]

IU freshman launches her own start-up business

Post by IU newsroom intern Bailey Briscoe. This story also appears in Inside IU Bloomington: In high school, Mikaela Gilbert wanted to be a pharmacist. But it was her passion for business that eventually led her to Indiana University. In a high school digital design class, she was asked to turn a wooden egg into […]

Student-led Liberation Music Collective helps spread socially conscious messages through jazz

Post by IU Communications colleague Milana Katic: When most people think of protest music, they think of John Lennon’s “Give Peace a Chance” or Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On.” But there’s a new generation of musicians eager to make its protests heard. Meet the Liberation Music Collective, a socially conscious big band made up of 16 […]