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Vaughn Walker, former U.S. district chief judge of California’s northern
district, is most known for Perry v. Schwarzenegger, in which he ruled a
same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional. He spoke at IU Thursday.
About 150 IU students paired with Big Brothers Big Sisters on Friday to
organize the sixth annual Family Fall Festival and Haunted House.
On Tuesday, IU Dance Marathon kicked off its three-day “Raise Your Sleeve for Riley” blood drive, one of several events preceding IUDM.
The 30 Hour Famine is typically a nationwide event organized by Christian group
World Vision International. Participants fast, or go without food, for
30 hours to raise funds and awareness for world hunger.
On Sunday, more than 200 students participated in Civic Leadership Development’s annual Campus
Tucked away on the east lawn of the Bryan House, the traditional house of former IU presidents, is a 900-square-foot plot of land covered in leaves and mulch.The first growing season of the Bryan House garden, a pilot project of the Campus Garden Initiative, is drawing to a close.
Members of the IU and Bloomington communities participated in Out of the Darkness Community Walk, an event organized by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Raising Awareness of Interactions in Sexual Encounters joined the IU Police Department and IU Health Center to
present “Street Smarts” Thursday night in the School of Health, Physical
Education and Recreation auditorium. The event, part of IU’s Health and
Wellness Week, aimed to encourage students to have a plan for personal
Twenty years have passed since the publication of architecture and
design scholar Thomas Gaines’s “The Campus as a Work of Art.” The piece dubbed IU-Bloomington’s campus the fifth most beautiful college campus in the United States.
Ongoing interaction between IU’s social media team and its
followers — current students, alumni, prospective students and others —
has landed IU among the top-10 most influential schools in terms of
social media use in a recent Klout survey.
Kelley School of Business MBA graduate Vinay Kolluru’s small business,
Jet Pitch, has landed a spot among the ten finalists in Dell’s
“America’s Favorite Small Business” competition.
Contestants took to the floor at The Friends, Partners, Date Game Show, which took place Thursday night at La Casa Latino Cultural Center.
Chinese Student and Scholars Association sponsored a Moon Festival celebration in Dunn Meadow Saturday.
This year’s fair, organized by IU Student Life and Learning, attempted to go green while encouraging students to get involved on and off campus.
Students looking for opportunities to get involved on campus can attend
IU’s Student Involvement Fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7,
in the IMU parking lot.
Prospective recruits gathered in Dunn Meadow on Monday to kick off the fraternity recruitment process.
Looking to get involved this semester? Check out these out-of-the-ordinary organizations.
Seven campus comedy groups are looking for people to foster their inner comics, and auditions are beginning soon. Dating back to more than a decade, these groups put on free improv, sketch and stand-up comedy shows for students and community members across campus.
The Fall 2011 Themester, a College of Arts and Sciences initiative in
undergraduate education, is titled “Making War, Making Peace” and will
explore the opposing forces and the related issues surrounding them —
genocide, human rights violations, religiously-motivated conflict and
others — that drive war in the world we live in.
IU has 21 graduate student organizations for the more than 10,000 post-undergraduate student population. Graduate students say the organizations are one way for graduate students from all fields of study to get involved.