Weekly Features

Stories

  • Simple acts of kindness

    The former IU Kokomo student is using her past experiences to help prepare future Peace Corps volunteers.

  • Black History Month

    Learn what's happening on some IU campuses this month in honor of Black History Month

  • 'The Cool Bus'

    An IUPUI faculty member helped create a mobile literary arts center, honored by Indianapolis Monthly as one of the "Best of Indy 2013."

  • Year in review

    We've compiled some of the top Inside IU stories from 2013.

  • Retail arms race

    An IU Kelley School expert isn't sure whether stores opening their doors on Thanksgiving will move the needle upward when it comes to holiday sales figures.

  • Lost daughters

    An upcoming Veterans Day ceremony will include the addition of female service members' names to IU's Golden Book.

  • Who you gonna call?

    An IU Southeast psychology explored unexplainable phenomena with a focus on parapsychology.

  • 'Ghost Brothers' giveaway

    Inside IU readers can enter to win tickets to the Stephen King-John Mellencamp production at IU Auditorium.

  • Bettimae's legacy

    IU Northwest emeritus professor Mark Reshkin is honoring his late wife's legacy with a scholarship in her name.

  • Two weeks in Africa

    This issue of Inside IU shares a story, blog, video and photo gallery recap of an IU recent delegation's trip to Africa.

  • Life-changing travels

    IU Kokomo and IU Southeast students learned about international business in Turkey.

  • Pedigree & personality

    IU Southeast alumnus Calvin Carter co-authored a book on motivating thoroughbred horses.

  • Volunteer spirit

    Second-year medical student Bryce McKee has helped build homes in Mississippi and treat patients in Kenya.

  • MBAs in Thailand

    A cohort of 11 MBA students from IU Northwest visited Thailand for real-life lessons in international business.

  • Oh, the places they'll go

    Find links to stories about one graduate from each IU campus, this year’s graduation numbers and a photo gallery of commencement images.

  • 'A Hoosier household'

    The Cappa family is bound together by more than blood: nearly three generations of Cappas have degrees from IU.

  • Rumba for Riley

    Through ballroom dancing, IU's ADA consultant Frank Epperson raises money and awareness of disabilities.

  • Operation social justice

    Ian McIntosh, director of international partnerships at IUPUI, will speak today, April 3, at 12:15 p.m. at the IU Art Museum.

  • In with the 3-D crowd

    IU Southeast fine arts professor Brian Harper brings people together -- in 3-D plastic.

  • Sustainable health care

    A team of students, faculty and graduates of IPFW helps maintain sustainable health care in a rural area in the Dominican Republic.