People of all ages, races and genders milled between a semicircle of tables Thursday evening in Dunn Meadow, making posters for the Take Back the Night rally.
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.
The first home football game resulted in a win for the Hoosiers but ended in arrest for 35 individuals caught by the Indiana State Excise Police.
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.
Since 1994, the Student Involvement Fair has strived to get IU students engaged in campus activities.
Previous Student Involvement Fairs have been so successful that Student Life and Learning officials sought out a new venue for Wednesday’s fair, SLL intern Rebecca Aleman said.
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 BedLoft.com.
IU is one of the nation’s top 25 most GLBT-friendly colleges, according to a list released Wednesday by the nonprofit organization Campus Pride and the Huffington Post.