From mud to meadow: a history of Dunn Meadow
This is the story of a plot of earth. Of dirt and grass and mud and
rain. A right-angled triangle, 925 feet long by 407 feet wide,
intersected by a natural stream.
Police, war, sex, power, rock ‘n’ roll: the ’60s at IU
Five years before many of the Vietnam protests, IU trustees designated Dunn Meadow as a place for free speech and protest. But many of the major demonstrations the University witnessed in the late ’60s and early ’70s did not happen in the meadow.
GLBT legacy lives on in Dunn Meadow with vigils, protests
Doug Bauder, coordinator of Gay,
Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Student Support Services, has witnessed
solemn, celebratory and awareness-raising events from the GLBT community
in Dunn Meadow.