Weekly Features


  • Red Wolves Read

    Check out how IU East is planning to celebrate IU Day by promoting literacy throughout the community.

  • Adventure abroad

    IU Bloomington junior Adam Kiefer shares tips for enjoying the "perfectly imperfect" travel experience. 

  • Words of courage

    A newly discovered poem by IU's first female African American student reveals her spirit and skill.

  • History comes alive

    An IUPUI professor was sought out by "Mercy Street" writers to ensure accurate depictions of Civil War hospitals.

  • Eat better to sleep better

    Tossing and turning at night? Learn about a new study that suggests diet and sleep quality are related.

  • Winter wonderland

    Learn how IPFW students helped produce the chancellor's animated holiday card.

  • Research in action

    "I would not be in the spot I am now if I had not been equipped with the skills to carve the path here," IU alum Kate Samson said of her job at Disney Research.

  • Play it safe

    IU Health's Douglas H. Webb offers tips on when to toss those holiday leftovers.

  • 'Enduring influence'

    IU Press author Norbert Krapt reflects on James Whitcomb Riley's legacy nearly 100 years after his death.

  • Back to Btown

    IU President Michael McRobbie recently welcomed a delegation of education leaders from Malaysia to IU Bloomington.

  • Unexpected journey

    The career of IU School of Nursing Dean Robin Newhouse has been marked by purpose and serendipity, a combination that brought her to IUPUI.

  • New Frontiers

    Experience the IU Newsroom's latest project showcasing a decade of support for the arts and humanities at IU.

  • By any other name

    Recognition of Denali’s name shows respect for Alaska’s indigenous peoples, writes IUPUI's Holly Cusack-McVeigh.

  • Getting to know you

    IUPUI Newsroom's Diane Brown shares a Q&A with the campus's new first lady, Niloo Paydar.

  • Groups Scholars

    This year's program at IU Bloomington boasts its largest class of first-generation college students.

  • Quick thinking

    Incoming freshman David Ray was honored by IUPD after pulling a driver from a fiery crash.

  • Keepers of the bees

    Check out the IU Newsroom's latest project featuring the students, faculty and staff fighting to save the honey bee.

  • 'Undeniably Indiana'

    Share your thoughts on what makes the Hoosier state unique for IU Press' first crowd-sourced book.

  • Pieces of history

    Four murals painted by a group of Hoosier artists have been rescued from a wing in the former Wishard Hospital.

  • Eating well

    IU School of Medicine's Aaron Carroll writes about his seven simple rules for healthy eating.