IU Student Media has a rich tradition of serving the university as a student learning lab. The first issue of the Indiana Student was published in 1867. It later became the Indiana Daily Student in 1899. The Arbutus yearbook was first published in 1893.
Today the IDS reaches more than 45,000 people and an online community of more than 230,000 unique users. The Arbutus yearbook publishes approximately 2,000 books each year. Since 1969 IU Student Media has been a self-supporting, auxiliary unit of Indiana University. The editor-in-chief is the final authority on editorial content.
The IDS, Inside Magazine and Arbutus are all award-winning publications. The IDS won two National Pacemaker Awards and four National Gold Crown Awards in 2010, as well as over fifty individual awards.
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Chief of Police Keith Cash of the Indiana University Police Department in Bloomington has been selected as the recipient of the 2011 Trevor R. Brown Award. Click for more info.
The Indiana University Student Media board has appointed three new editors-in-chief for the Indiana Daily Student newspaper and Arbutus yearbook. Click here for more.
Indiana University’s student newspaper, magazine and yearbook have surpassed all other university publications in this year’s collegiate-media competitions. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to Inside magazine's Caitlin Johnston for winning first place in the Hearst Journalism Awards Opinion Writing Competition. Click here for more.
Due to Winter Break, the Indiana Daily Student will not be published from Tuesday, Dec. 14 to Thursday, Jan. 6. Click here for more information.
Weekend releases Best of Bloomington 2010. View all of Weekend's content and results from the contest here.
In celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Indiana Daily Student will not publish Tuesday, Nov. 23 through Friday, Nov. 26. Click here for more information.
The Indiana University Student Media Board has appointed junior Jake Wright of Robinson, Ill., as the Indiana Daily Student editor-in-chief for the spring 2011 semester. Click here for more information.