The talk highlighted the effects of 9/11 on Afghanistan.
Bodies strewn about the sidewalk outside Woodburn Hall demonstrated against xenophobia.
The position was created by IUPD to ensure a more diverse recruiting process.
The mural has caused controversy on campus and around Indiana.
Awkward Silence Comedy brings slimy dads, fancy Applebee's and laughter to the Indiana Memorial Union.
Bloomington and IU remembers 9/11 through a series of events throughout the day into Tuesday.
The School of Informatics and Computing and School of Art + Design renamed to reflect new degree programs.
Bloomington International Student Ministries provides services and activities to international students.
IU's black leaders offered congratulations and advice to the freshmen.
Panel members from minority communities discuss the importance of literature.
HooSher Bhangra holds workshop to teach traditional Punjabi dance.
IU reacts to a research study showing a decreasing interest in organized religion.
La Casa provides students with information about DACA repeal.
A $180,000 grant will fund a study to connect residence halls to college engagement.
New faculty are ready to inspire students in innovative ways.
State and local activists discuss DACA repeal in a panel Wednesday night.
The alleged victim met the suspect at a party Saturday night.
Various government leaders, along with student organizations, denounced the Trump administration's decision to phase out the DACA program.
The council discussed current issues involving diversity, free speech and the campus.