Weekly Features


  • Love is in the air

    In honor of Valentine's Day, meet two couples whose lives are entwined with the IU campuses at which they work.

  • Unique journey

    IU Northwest's Johanna Anstak is blending a number of fields to craft her ideal career.

  • New year, new you

    Learn about IU resources to help you achieve your health and fitness goals. Plus, enter to win an IU yoga mat.

  • 'I feel incredibly honored'

    IU Northwest's Scooter Pegram is ranked among RateMyProfessors.com's top educators in the country.

  • Reaching out

    IU East nursing students practiced community medicine in NYC and a Navajo reservation, among other places.

  • Arabian insights

    Laurie Burns McRobbie shares a firsthand account of how women's lives in Saudi Arabia are changing.

  • Home-court advantage

    Women's basketball is the newest sport in IU Kokomo’s growing athletics program.

  • Paying it forward

    IU Kokomo students and sisters are giving back to the Guatemalan orphanage they once called home.

  • Leaf watch

    IU tree expert Sarah Mincey shares tips on fall foliage and where to see it across the state.

  • Different perspective

    IU Kokomo recently hosted its annual silent lunch as part of Deaf Awareness Week.

  • Brains, braaains

    Read a Q&A with English professor Ed Comentale and enter to win his new book on zombies from IU Press.

  • Mount Baldy

    IU geologists are studying a sand dune near Michigan City that nearly claimed the life of a 6-year-old last summer.

  • Not your average 'flip'

    IU Kokomo's vice chancellor is helping renovate a house to support local job training and affordable housing.

  • A new home

    A new, three-story Arts and Sciences building is in the works for IU Northwest.

  • Coffee cart

    Enter to win an iced coffee or a Zing Team T-shirt from the Bloomington-based coffee business.

  • The politics of 'Hunger Games'

    An IU Southeast faculty member is teaching political theory through parallels to the popular book and film series.

  • Class of 2014

    Find commencement information and read about graduating seniors from IU campuses. Seven IU campuses will graduate over 18,800 students representing all 92 Indiana counties, 50 states and 123 countries.

  • Books & Beyond

    IU students are helping children in Africa through a program that provides thousands of books to children in Rwanda.

  • Alternative spring break

    Student groups from IUPUI and IU Bloomington traveled to Memphis, Tenn., where they learned about the civil rights movement, visited historic sites and performed soul music.

  • Midwest film leader

    The IU Newsroom's latest multimedia story, compiled using the online Creatavist multimedia storytelling platform, focuses on IU Cinema.