Editor's Picks

Arts & Humanities

  • Leapin' lizards!

    Enter to win four tickets to see "Annie" at IU Auditorium.

  • Grammy winner

    A 2010 graduate of the Jacobs School of Music won for her engineering work on Taylor Swift’s latest album.

  • Going global

    A film created by IU Southeast student Cody Tevis has been chosen for an international festival.

  • 'Operation Homecoming'

    This year's chosen book for the IU Northwest community takes an autobiographical look at the U.S. military.

  • The beat goes on

    Enter to win four tickets to see "Stomp" at IU Auditorium.

  • Dear Santa ...

    Enter to win a book of compiled letters to Old Saint Nick published by IU Press.

  • African-American trailblazers

    Follow the journey of African-American surgical pioneers at Ruth Lilly Medical Library's new exhibit.

  • Fashion inspiration

    Halston’s designs came alive once again as 20 IU Bloomington students took part in a design challenge.

  • Socially conscious singers

    New to the IU campus, Liberation Music Collective, hopes to sing their way to spreading socially conscious messages.

  • Visual campus

    Six sculptures are part of a new outdoor exhibit at IU East.

  • 'Wonder and the Natural World'

    Faculty across three IU campuses have received $25,000 in grant funds for multidisciplinary research.

  • Master storyteller

    IUPUI's Center for Ray Bradbury Studies will host three events this month to celebrate the author's legacy.

  • 'The Lonely Cloth'

    Yasmine Kasem, who graduated from Herron School in May, won an international sculpture award.

  • 'Camp Yes, And'

    This summer, IU will offer Camp Yes, And -- an improvisational theater camp for teens on the autism spectrum and teachers.

  • Artistic gifts

    IU Kokomo graphic design students are lending their skills to benefit local nonprofits.

  • Whole Earth II

    An exhibit on display through April 30 at IUPUI aims to support both the arts and the environment.

  • 'Staying alive'

    IUPUI lecturer C. Thomas Lewis created a public art installation in Indianapolis using 351 disco balls as part of NCAA Final Four celebrations.

  • Center court to center stage

    IUPUI alum and former basketball player Marcus May now runs his own film and theater production company.

  • 'Memphis'

    Enter to win two tickets to see "Memphis" at the IU Auditorium.

  • Sci-fi series

    Ray Bradbury, one of the best known science-fiction and fantasy writers of our time, will be the focus of a special four-day film series at IU Cinema.