Pride & Tradition

Legal Legacy

Philadelphia in the 1960s. The courtroom of Juanita Kidd Stout. If you were a criminal, this is not where you wanted to be. Judge…

Decoding Commencement

For what is believed to be the first time in IU history, university officials were compelled to cancel Commencement festivities for the class of…

5 Facts of IU Commencements Past

Much has changed over the course of IU’s 200-year history, including the largest and most symbolic of the university’s ceremonies—Commencement. With historical research and…

Fostering Hope

Morgan Terry, BSW’14, MSW’15, a middle-school social worker in Bloomington, Ind., has a heart for kids. At work, she spends her days advocating for…

Patachou Pays it Forward

Since 1989, Martha (Sanders) Hoover, BA’77, JD’80, the founder of Patachou Inc., has been bringing the people of Indianapolis together with cinnamon-sugar toast and…

Here Comes the Sun

Hannah (Hughes) Blakley, BSN’17, is a nurse at IU Health West in Avon, Ind. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Blakley, who normally cares for…