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Lauren Rearick


Students run through campus Monday as part of the annual Nearly Naked Mile. An estimated 2,500 people ran in this year's Nearly Naked Mile to kick off Homecoming Week. All clothing donations and proceeds from the event go to benefit the United Way.

Campus traditions bring IU experience to students

Welcome to IU! Traditions are an important part of any school’s pride and legacy.
These traditions help bring together people of all races, cultures and personalities. They also open doors for shy people to emerge from their shells and stand confidently alongside their fellow Hoosiers.

B-town bucket list

Though IU is often the focus of visitors to Bloomington, the town itself has more to offer than people usually expect. The off-beat cultural offerings usually found only in big cities are what keep people coming back, and the campus has tons to explore. Check some things off this list, and we guarantee you’ll start falling in love, too.

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The IU bucket list

Though IU is often the focus of visitors to Bloomington, the town itself has more to offer than people usually expect. The off-beat cultural offerings usually found only in big cities are what keep people coming back, and the campus has tons to explore. Check some things off this list, and we guarantee you’ll start falling in love too.

Traditions allow students to get involved in IU legacy

IU traditions help to bring together people of all races, cultures and personalities, as well as open doors for shy people to emerge from their shell and stand confidently alongside their fellow Hoosiers. Here are a few traditions we celebrate at IU.

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