Arts & Culture

Illustration of Yoshito Kawahara

Surviving Heart Mountain

Following the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, Yoshito Kawahara, PhD’79, and his family—because they were of Japanese descent—were forced from their…

Jean jacket adorned with buttons

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…

Some Assembly Required

Marc Tschida, BA’96, maneuvers his scroll saw through striking images of the Sample Gates, Griffy Lake, Beck Chapel, and more. But the Bloomington-based Press…

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…

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…