Here is just a sample of some festivals held throughout the year.
For more information about these festivals and other events, check out www.idsnews.com/happenings and www.ois.indiana.edu.
IU's international students get to know each other during a welcome reception at the Leo Dowling International Center. The center organizes special events like this meet-and-greet to support the university’s 4,757 international students.
Holi is a Hindu festival welcoming the beginning of Spring. Known as the Hindu “Festival of Colors,” devotees traditionally cover each other with crushed and dyed rose petals which are meant to equalize all people despite their social status or gender.
The Lotus Festival occurs every September and is meant to explore and celebrate different cultures of the world through music and arts.
VIETNAMESE CULTURE NIGHT
The Vietnamese Student Association’s Culture Night is an annual event that provides an opportunity to learn about the cultures, lifestyles, and traditions of Vietnam.
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The Chinese Calligraphy Club’s callout meeting on Friday taught the basic techniques of the ancient art.
The average IU student walking to and from classes in a hurry can forget the architecture IU boasts. While each building around campus has its own personality, few can compare to the character and history of these famous IU landmarks.
A roommate can make or break a college experience. If you go random and get someone you don’t get along with then it may make for a long year.
It’s unlikely your roommate planned an elaborate date to pop the question, “Will you live with me next year?”
Make sure to review this guide to parking on campus and in the Bloomington area before you are ticketed.