Editor's Picks

Campus Life

  • IU wants you

    Take a survey that will help IU gauge the university's culture of compliance with the law and ethical behavior.

  • Outdoor movie

    IU Kokomo faculty, staff and students can watch summer blockbuster "Neighbors" under the stars at the campus's annual outdoor movie.

  • Workplace wellness

    New vending machine items and more mental health initiatives are among the goals outlined by the Healthy IU Steering Committee.

  • Changes ahead

    A $30-million project will feature significant changes in travel patterns near IUPUI campus along with major renovations to the IU Natatorium.

  • Baldwin or Shoulders?

    Alumni from all campuses can cast votes for university trustee -- incumbent Pat Shoulders or challenger Andrew Baldwin -- until 11 a.m. June 30.

  • HR announcement

    Starting June 20, John Whelan will succeed Dan Rives as IU's associate vice president for human resources.

  • Your opinion, please

    The IU Office of Policy Administration is using a brief survey to ask the IU community how policies can be improved.

  • Athletics Hall of Fame

    IU Northwest inducted Linda Anderson and Charles Gallmeier into its inaugural Athletics Hall of Fame.

  • Know your campus

    Tour the new Jacobs School of Music East Studio Building April 22 with the IU Bloomington Professional Council.

  • Art grants

    More than 30 faculty members from six IU campuses received New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities grants.

  • Paying it forward

    IU East will offer two new scholarships thanks to the generosity of three donors.

  • Breaking the silence

    IU Northwest's Clothesline Project exhibit helps educate people about violence against women and gives those who have been abused a chance to speak out.

  • Campus Kitchens Project

    IUPUI won first place in a video competition -- and a grant to start student-run kitchen on campus.

  • Observatory renovations

    A new dome was recently added to the IU Kokomo building, providing a window for the telescopes to point into the skies.

  • Christmas Tree Regulations

    Have a tree in your IU office? Be sure you're in compliance with university policy.

  • Finish in four

    Lendora Johnson, a recent IU Northwest graduate, works in the Academic Success and Achievement Program to help students graduate.

  • Science & engineering

    A new IUPUI building will home to research and teaching labs for biology, chemistry and psychology.

  • Disaster-resistant university

    IU campuses are taking part in exercises designed to reduce or eliminate various impacts from disasters.

  • Technology upgrade

    IU Northwest's new website comprehensively integrates responsive technology.

  • Adjunct, lecturer conference

    Registration is open through Oct. 25 for the FACET Adjunct Faculty and Lecturers Conference, Nov. 8 to 10 in downtown Indianapolis.