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  • Maria Pineda

    Nurses in training

    IU Kokomo's nursing students practice their skills and give back to the community through outreach programs.

  • Man on elephant

    IU international

    Each year, IU's study abroad students are asked to submit their best photographs to a photo competition. View some of the winning images.

  • llama

    International experiences

    IU Southeast's Summer in Ecuador program is entering its 12th year. "Every time there was a challenge, we met it and we kept going," says a student who took part in the program.

  • Billy Beane

    'Moneyball' man

    The fourth-annual Sanders Speaker Series brought to the IU Southeast campus Billy Beane, general manager for the Oakland A's and the inspiration behind "Moneyball."

  • Michael McRobbie at IPFW

    Presidential visit

    IU President Michael A. McRobbie got a first-hand look at "the true value of IPFW" during a visit to the Fort Wayne campus.

  • student dancer

    MLK Day celebrations

    Indiana University campuses throughout the state celebrated the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

  • squirrel in snowy tree

    Winter wonderland

    Snow finally fell on a few lucky IU campuses -- and kept on falling. Bundle up and enjoy this gallery of wintery images.

  • Painting titled Experiencing the Flower of Toé

    Awakening memory

    Arts administration students at IU Bloomington have curated an exhibit of works by a Peruvian artist.

  • Indiana's Matt McKain

    NCAA champs

    The men's soccer team celebrated its eighth NCAA Championship Dec. 9.

  • Closeup of the back of a Veteran's head with medals on his hat.

    Honoring veterans

    IU Southeast commemorated 1918 armistice and honored veterans with a Veterans Day Memorial Service Nov. 8.

  • Deanna (DeDe) Willis in Hubei Province, China

    Orphanage donation

    An IU School of Medicine physician is donating some of the proceeds from her Jane Austen spinoff to an orphanage in China.

  • An IU Southeast student reads on campus beneath a canopy of orange leaves (fall 2012).

    Falling for IU

    The changing leaves created natural public art at IU campuses throughout the state.

  • Helping Hand

    Art show

    The IU School of Medicine hosted its fourth annual art exhibition, "Scientific Inquiry, Artistic Expression," Nov. 1.

  • IU and Michigan State volunteers helped build a Habitat for Humanity home Oct. 6.

    2012 Habitat build

    IU and Michigan State volunteers helped build a Habitat for Humanity home Oct. 6 at IU Bloomington.

  • An IU student shows her school spirit with an IU painted on her cheek during 2012 Homecoming Weekend festivities.

    Homecoming 2012

    So we didn't win the game. IU's 2012 Homecoming weekend was still a huge success.

  • Through Imitation 1, Digital C-print (man in drag; elegant red dress on floral bed)

    Drag culture

    "Turnin' It! The Art and Culture of Drag" opens at Herron Oct. 5.

  • Lexington at DeKalb, Chicago, 1949.

    History in Kodachrome

    IU alum Charles Cushman's early color photos are the focus of an exhibit at the Mathers Museum.

  • Tennis great Venus Williams met with a delegation from IU East.

    Venus meets Red Wolves

    A delegation from IU East met professional tennis player Venus Williams.

  • Police Academy

    40-year milestone

    The IU Police Academy marks a 40-year milestone Aug. 11.

  • Michael Craig

    Pastry Boss of the IMU

    Michael Craig is the head baker at IU Bloomington's Indiana Memorial Union.