You made our day!
The IU family turned the world red with sharing, wearing, celebration, and support of IU on IU Day 2018. We couldn’t have done it without you!Discover IU Day’s impact
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”Fulfilling the promise” appears.
A camera pans across the clock tower of the Student Building against a blue sky and green leaves.
The pep band plays as students dance at IU’s Conrad Prebys Amphitheater.
A student wearing sunglasses and a red baseball cap skateboards through the Arboretum.
A camera pans past cream and crimson tulips as students walk through the Sample Gates in the background.
A camera rises over the roof of the Wildermuth Intramural Center to show the Indiana Memorial Union at sunrise
A camera pans past Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
Showalter Fountain sprays water with green leaves in the foreground and trees in the background.
The IU football team runs onto the field past Hep’s Rock, touching it as they pass.
A student plays the harp.
A pack of Little 500 bicycle riders rounds a curve on the track.
When you live with a serious allergy, life functions a little differently. Kelley MBA student Blake Sorensen has to carry around an EpiPen wherever he goes because of his nut allergy and has had numerous near-death experiences because of it. So when he was assigned to come up with a business concept that addressed a societal need, he jumped at the chance to make a real difference. Blake and another second-year Kelley MBA student, Alex Marijan, have launched Blake’s Nut Free—a seed-based snack bar company.Read about the company
Junior Joey Chamness not only was born to be a Hoosier, it also seems he was born to participate in Little 500, the largest collegiate bicycle race in the U.S. Both his father and brother were part of the IU Student Foundation steering committee, the group that works behind the scenes to make sure the event goes off without a hitch. This year, Joey is competing for a spot on the steering committee because of his family legacy and his love for IUSF and all that it does.Read about Joey
ROTC cadets and military members from across the country recently participated in the German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency at IU. The competition included a series of laborious physical tests that build camaraderie with other military members. Events included a 7.5-mile hike in 33 pounds of gear, pistol marksmanship, and a 100-meter swim in full army combat uniforms. Of the competing IU cadets, five earned bronze badges, 23 earned silver badges, and nine earned gold badges.Read about the competition
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