Weekly Features


  • Monica and Deborah near their home in Kenya

    'Hope takes different forms'

    HIV researcher and pediatrician Rachel Vreeman blogs about treating a single mom in Kenya who discovered she and her young daughters were HIV positive.

  • law scales

    Yost v. Wabash

    Fraternity vs. the college: state Supreme Court will hear arguments in Yost vs. Wabash College case at IU East.

  • IU campus, Bloomington

    AASHE membership

    Bill Brown shares details on membership in the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.

  • Fred Glass and Michael McRobbie

    All things IU Athletics

    Mark Land blogs about a recent podcast featuring IU President Michael A. McRobbie and Athletics Director Fred Glass.

  • tornado

    Storm Spotter season

    Jesse Scott Campbell of Protect IU shares information and resources for Storm Spotter season. IUPUI offers a class March 19 that's open to the public.

  • Alec Hosterman

    White House Social

    An IU South Bend lecturer was one of 100 invited to take part in the White House Social in Washington, D.C.

  • people working in garden

    Interfaith and Community Service

    Steve Hinnefeld blogs about IU Northwest's participation in the President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge.

  • girl confused about food

    Nutrition education -- a 'miserable failure'?

    Provost Professor Richard Wilk blogs about why it's so hard to get North Americans to change their diets.

  • fruit flies

    It was a very good year

    Mark Land, associate vice president for Public Affairs and Government Relations at IU Communications, takes a look back at IU highlights from 2012.

  • IU Alumni Magazine

    New glory. Old IU.

    An article in the current edition of the IU Alumni Magazine has readers do the writing on a favorite subject: IU men's basketball team.

  • A recent shot of the Exquisite Corpse installation at the IU Center for Art and Design.

    'Exquisite Corpse'

    IUCA+D is currently displaying an evolving exhibition modeled on a Victorian-era parlor game.

  • Marching Band Fundamentals

    Marching Band Fundamentals

    Jason Evans Groth shares marching band minutae from a film stored in the IU Libraries Film Archive.

  • carved pumpkin

    Boo time

    Susan Williams from Protect IU offers a few Halloween safety tips.

  • slang book cover image

    Slang is good 4 u, or whatevs

    IU Professor of English Michael Adams shares his thoughts on slang.

  • flu shot in arm

    Flu shot season

    It's that time again: flu shot season.

  • Participants at the 2012 Sunapsis Conference at IU Bloomington

    Sunapsis Conference

    More than 100 participants from 40 institutions took part in the 2012 Sunapsis Conference.

  • Million Gallon Challenge poster

    Million Gallon Challenge

    IU Bloomington saved 3.7 million gallons of water in the first 10 days of the Million Gallon Challenge.

  • Photo of a letter from an IU student in the 1840s.

    Student life in the 1840s

    Alison Reynolds shares speeches and letters from Homer Wheeler, an IU student from 1844-1846.

  • Austin Radcliffe

    'Things Organized Neatly'

    Herron student Austin Radcliffe's blog, “Things Organized Neatly,” has gained an international following.

  • Homesick girl looks out the window.


    Give the kids a break -- transition can be hard at any age, writes "Health and Vitality" blogger Tracy James.