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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.
The annual IU Fashion Show is a yearly highlight for students interested in retail studies and fashion design, where they finally get to show off their talents, hard work, and new ideas for the industry they plan to be a part of one day. This year, the show featured a new addition to the program: a performance art opening through a collaboration between fashion design students and a Performance Art and Object class.Read about the show
The School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering unveiled “Amatria” to an audience at sunset on April 11. “Amatria” is an enormous, seemingly living sculpture that was recently installed on the fourth floor of Luddy Hall. IU students helped create the work and gained experience in wireless technologies, robotics, artificial intelligence, sensors, and other cutting-edge subjects in the process.Learn about the sculpture
For many members of the Indiana University Bloomington community, the Little 500 race weekend comes and goes as quickly as any other holiday. But for some, the love for the event may just lead to a career, a fiancé, or a life centered around cycling. Meet four IU Bloomington alumni whose lives were changed by their participation in the storied bicycle race.Meet these alumni
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