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Left over food to help RPS grow produce for students

Members of Volunteers in Sustainability hope their fall campaign, which aims to establish the campus’ third compost program, will allow campus food waste to be used to grow new produce for students.

Commencement times change for three schools

Due to higher enrollment rates and the growing popularity of IU Commencement Ceremonies, students of the School of Informatics and Computing, School of Journalism and School of Optometry  will attend the morning spring 2013 Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony instead of the afternoon.

RPS refunds residents due to bed lofting charges

This summer Residential Programs and Services decided to unloft beds in almost every residence center, Horton said, meaning students who wished to loft their beds would have to request the services of

Students display their school spirit during the annual Welcome Week event, "Traditions and Spirits of IU" held at  the west side of Memorial Stadium.

Welcome Week calendar: stay busy

Decide how to savor the last few days before classes. Enjoy some free food and fun with these Welcome Week traditions.

Fiske names IU "best buy" college

“Fiske Guide to Colleges,” one of the country’s leading college guides, named IU a “best buy” institution in its 2013 edition.

Bronze statues depicting Adam and Eve located between Lindley Hall and Dunn Woods.

"Adam and Eve" sculpture returns

After a year away from home, “The Space Between: Adam and Eve,” a set of bronze statues depicting the biblical couple, is again nestled in the trees of Dunn’s Woods.

Graduate student Rita Costa works with Matt on the kickboard at the SRSC during his lesson on Saturday.  Every weekend, Rita gives swimming lessons to autistic teens as a part of the Adapted Aquarius program.

Students to benefit from new RecSports aquatics programs

The Campus Recreational Sports’ Aquatics Department has offered group swim lessons to youth under the age of 18 but learned through a survey that students — who are required to pay a fee to be a member of RS — were unhappy that these young people were taking up pool space.

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