Weekly Features


  • Alpine mountain climber

    IU Southeast alum Karsten Delap tackles mountains across the globe.

  • Memorializing donors

    The IU School of Medicine-Northwest hosted a memorial service to honor patients who donated their bodies to science.

  • 'Honoring Unsung Heroes'

    IU Kokomo's first African American faculty member, Herbert Miller, was recently honored at a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration.

  • Learning patient care

    Nursing students learn hands-on patient care in IU Kokomo's simulation lab.

  • Fantasy football class

    An IU Bloomington professor uses fantasy football to teach statistical analysis techniques.

  • Drink your coconut water

    An IU Southeast researcher studied the health benefits of drinking coconut water after a workout.

  • Meta-paintings

    The professor describes his art as analogous to "Itzhak Perlman performing a song by Lil Wayne."

  • Danger Run

    Recent IU Southeast grad Michael Book puts heart -- and horror -- into his jobs.

  • Beyond Btown b-ball

    IU's regional campuses are increasingly active in athletics, with more student involvement and more teams.

  • Sculpture with Purpose

    Artist proposals are being sought for IPFW's public art project, Sculpture with Purpose.

  • Cycling for a cause

    Rafat Abonour will cycle 200 miles in southeastern Indiana to raise funds and awareness of multiple myeloma.

  • 'What's Up, Myles?'

    IU South Bend alum Myles Robertson is a fellow for the campus's Center for a Sustainable Future.

  • Spirit of giving

    IU East's Becky Melton Scholarship celebrates "the spirit of giving."

  • Art & inspiration

    Reflections serves a journal and guide for first year students in the IU School of Medicine.

  • Welcome back

    IU students across the state are preparing to start fall semester.