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IU Foundation celebrates return of in-person events for IU Day 2022

Students show off their spirit in IU gear at the 2019 IU Day Block Party
Students show off their spirit in IU gear at the 2019 IU Day Block Party

Indiana University will celebrate IU Day Wednesday, April 20, including an in-person event on campus for the first time since 2019. Whether you are near or far, an alumnus, parent, or current student, IU Day is a celebration for every member of the Hoosier and broader IU community.

During the 24 hours of IU Day, there are many opportunities to participate. Wearing IU gear, sharing #IUday in social media, volunteering, and supporting IU causes such as student scholarships are common ways of celebrating.

This is the first time many students will be able to experience IU Day in person. The IU Day Block Party is from 4-6 p.m., April 20 around IU Bloomington’s Showalter Fountain (1211 E. Seventh St.). The event will include food, music, swag, local vendors, and IU Bloomington organizations.

“This is my first time managing and being a part of the IU Day festivities,” said Leintz Belony, a program manager at the IU Foundation. “I am most excited about being on campus, seeing how it all comes together, and seeing the faces of the students and staff as they gather to celebrate being a Hoosier!”

How you can participate in IU Day on April 20:

Wear

Put on your favorite IU gear to show your Hoosier pride!

Share

Use #IUday on Twitter and Instagram. Every hashtag used unlocks one dollar for student scholarships. Share an IU-themed image for a chance to win the IU Day Photo Challenge and $500 for your favorite IU cause.

A student poses with IU balloons at the 2019 IU Day Block Party.

Enjoy

Fresh IU videos and trivia drop on IU Day.

Connect

Attend a virtual or in-person IU Day event.

Support

IU Day is the last day to donate to the Students Helping Students campaign in support of IU students experiencing hunger or food insecurity.

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