Weekly Features


  • Invest in yourself

    IU Northwest's chancellor has a message: Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching.

  • Sweet moderation

    Good news for chocolate lovers: go ahead and indulge, just in the right way.

  • Tell your story

    In preparation for the IU Bicentennial, IU East is collecting oral histories from alumni and retired faculty.

  • Brave new world

    Millennial women are rebranding giving, according to the director of the Women's Philanthropy Institute.

  • Celebrating Elinor

    A recent presidential trip to Korea and China included recognition of the late Nobel Prize-winning professor.

  • Tracking progress

    A new IU study finds that activity trackers can work when paired with wellness coaching.

  • Free to fly

    IU alum Charles DeBow was one of the first five African Americans to become a pilot in the U.S. military.

  • Newly-minted practices

    The IU School of Dentistry has been bringing fresh ideas to the oral health industry since it was established in 1879.

  • 'Invisible ideas'

    Look inside the classroom of Cheryl Duncan where she is teaching students that unseen forces can produce observable results.

  • 'Through the Gates'

    Listen in as Monika Herzig discusses her new women-led jazz album and the influence of jazz legend David Baker.

  • Walking the talk

    Healthy IU is hosting an event on all campuses to raise awareness about the benefits of good sleep habits.

  • Bright ideas

    Researchers from IU Bloomington, IUPUI and the School of Medicine reported 150 inventions last fiscal year.

  • Opening Minds through Art

    An IU East program pairs students with senior artists to combat symptoms of dementia.

  • Bright ideas

    Learn more about the importance of sunscreen and how to choose and apply what's best for you.

  • Spectacular sight

    One of the world’s largest species of flower is expected to make a big stink when it blooms soon at IU Bloomington.

  • Bold investment

    Learn more about the Grand Challenges research program, its history and next steps.

  • 'The Greatest'

    IU associate athletic director Jeremy Gray shares his memories of meeting the late Muhammad Ali.

  • Infection prevention

    Reusable grocery bags are good for the environment, but are they good for your health?

  • Changing behavior

    IU School of Medicine's Aaron Carroll discusses what new research says about food allergies in young children.

  • Staying safe

    Find out how to avoid falling victim to a phishing scam impersonating IU administrators.