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IU Bloomington currently has 50 of its alumni serving as Peace Corps volunteers, a figure that places the campus in a tie for 10th among universities nationwide. Wisconsin and Michigan placed first and second overall.

Ars Femina has turned “sweet 16.” The ensemble-in-residence at IU Southeast specializes in original instrument performances of music by 17th- and 18th-century women composers.

http://www.ius.edu/Music/ArsFemina/

The first book ever published by the IU Press (in 1951) was Travels in America, 1816-1817, by Edouard de Montuléé, and translated by Edward Seeber, an IU professor of French. Montuléé compared the wakes of ships to “threads of communication between the different peoples of the globe.”

http://iupress.indiana.edu/anniversary/

 
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