Millennials might be the most criticized generation, but not everyone agrees.
Two opposing discussions occur at the same time on opposite sides of IU campus
International students chose IU for its various academic opportunities.
IU officials will step up security tomorrow night in preparation for an event headlined by the conservative social scientist Charles Murray.
Traditional powwow highlights alive and vibrant Native American culture.
Syrian refugee experts discuss the process the media uses to document refugees.
IU will begin offering the recently accredited master's degree in fall 2018.
This award honors exceptional faculty.
Culture of Uzbekistan put on display.
Research shows the public and police view law enforcement challenges differently.
The IU Student Association Supreme Court denied three of four appeals filed last weekend.
He is interested in the effects of sustainable behavior and food systems.
Faculty and graduate students met in the School of Global and International Studies for a panel on recent right-wing populist movements in Europe.
The program will take place in May in Bloomington.
IU announced the commencement speakers for the upcoming spring graduations at its Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses on Wednesday.
Attendees learned about Israeli life and culture.
Bill Garrett was the first black player to get regular playing time in the Big Ten.
The protesters were part of Students Against State Violence.
Indiana Memorial Union implements new green practices.
Books & Beyond celebrated with handmade Rwandan items and Rwandan food.