Arts & Culture

Free Hugs

Hugs, science says, are good for you. That news comes from a 2014 study conducted by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, in which they…

IU Ink

For all of us, IU is a permanent part of our story. But for these 12 alumni, IU left a special mark—literally—thanks to their…

Button Businesswoman

The first button Christen Carter, BA’94, ever bought was a yellow one-inch pin with an illustration of Snoopy and Woodstock on a unicycle. She…

Multicolored lights shine on an angular stone facade that juts into the sky.

In a New Light

IU’s Eskenazi Museum of Art made an appearance in The New Yorker in October 2018. At issue was a key piece of the museum’s…

Five members of IU Soul Revue, all wearing black, perform on stage in a dimly lit venue.

Bootsy Boogies with IU

“Yabba dabba doo! Bootzilla is here!” With that funkadelic introduction, genre-defining funk bassist Bootsy Collins brought his signature starry-eyed swagger to the IU tune…

Jangmei Wu holds a section of an origami installation

Paper Architect

The word “origami” usually conjures images of delicately folded paper cranes, flowers, and sailboats. What it doesn’t immediately bring to mind is building-size structures…