Saturday, April 19, 2014
What’s a Hoosier?
Although the etymology of “Hoosier” is unknown, several theories live on.
The Office of International Services acts as a link between international students, international student organizations and the Bloomington community.
With dozens of festivals, you’re never far from home – or anywhere else in the world.
A Taste of Home
Bloomington is home to several businesses that offer international options for either staying in to cook a favorite dish or spending the night on the town at one of several restaurants that offer international cuisine.
How to get around
Even though you might not have a car and are in an unfamiliar place, don’t worry - there are plenty of easy and free ways to navigate Bloomington and the areas around it.
Tips for Transitioning
IU’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides tips for international students to help with cultural adjustment.
FINDING YOUR PLACE
IU offers students countless opportunities to get involved and make new friends.
International Student Stats
Students come from more than 160 countries to attend IU. Curious about where they’re from and what they’re studying? Check out these statistics.
How well do you know IU?
International fashions find their niche
If you’re missing the fashions of your hometown and looking for a good place to shop, don’t worry - here are plenty of international options in downtown Bloomington.
Culture centers help students find a home
STAYING IN TOUCH
Students pie professors in McNutt event
Professors fight for marriage recognition
Step Up! trains for bystander intervention
Graduate student Appreciation Week events to conclude during weekend
Website to allow users to track IU construction
Streep teaches master class to students
A capella groups perform at IU Auditorium
Band Deschain to open at Bishop
IU Theatre to premiere newest play ‘Guys and Dolls’
Streep's essential roles
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Farmer's market continues SNAP program
Charges could be dropped against man who tried to run over ex-girlfriend
Program works to improve graduation rates
App matching riders and drivers expands to Bloomington
BPD starts program to control problem of homelessness
DeNato shines - again - in game one win
Hoosiers look for revenge against Spartans
Little 500 rider hospitalized after accident
IU track, field returns to Kentucky
Men's golf looks to bolster resume
The enduring principle of Heller
American Dream interupted
Bad target for left
The Bloomberg buyout
Local company inks DOE deal
Startup Camp seeks new tech ideas from college entrepreneurs
Apparel company sells resume shirts to build job opportunities
Scotty’s Brewhouse owner plans to start brewing signature beer
Text book company to sell low-cost textbooks through IU Bookstore by offering online, print-out options
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