Fall/Winter Source 2017


IU's bowl game history

(08/11/17 11:00am)

IU Football Bowl History In 120 seasons, the Hoosier football team has been to a total of 11 bowl games.


Celebrities, ghosts and time capsule letters found in IMU

(08/11/17 10:52am)

The halls of the Indiana Memorial Union hold many myths, legends and rumors. Here is a brief list of odd but true things that have happened in the IMU. IU is the place to get married.  The different teams working with the IMU put on around 250 weddings a year, according to Associate Director Mike Campbell. The IMU had a gun range. Sororities used to participate in shooting matches on occasion.



Movies on Campus

(08/11/17 10:43am)

IU offers a rich range of options for cinephiles and casual movie fans alike.


The IMU brings traditions and history to the heart of campus

(08/11/17 9:56am)

There is no real way to briefly tell the story of the Indiana Memorial Union. To do so would take an entire book, as proven by the several that have already been written on the subject. The building and its highly concentrated history are almost as famous among IU students as Herman B Wells himself.


What is a Hoosier?

(08/11/17 9:42am)

The bright crimson trident that represents IU is symbolic of the Indiana Hoosiers, but for many, it is hard to pinpoint what a Hoosier is.


Ernie Pyle remains a campus icon

(08/11/17 9:40am)

Though the School of Journalism has dissolved and Ernie Pyle Hall is vacant, the legacy of the World War II journalist still lives on in Bloomington in the form of a bronze statue in front of the newly renovated Franklin Hall. Pyle, born in 1900 in Dana, Indiana, was a foreign correspondent who gained notability through his ability to tell stories of these faraway lands at war. Before he became Scripps-Howard’s most famous product, he was a student at IU. Journalism wasn’t an available major at the time, but Pyle took journalism classes because a friend told him they’d be easy.