Pride & Tradition

IU's three torch bearers

Passing the Torch

Kelley School of Business Dean Idalene “Idie” Kesner, MBA’82, PhD’83, and IU business alums Curtis A. Ferguson, BA’80, and Young-Jin Kim, MBA’84, carried the…

A Gift in Gratitude

In the fall of 1916, as war was raging in Europe, twelve international students at Indiana University formed the Bloomington branch of the Association…

The image shows a well-worn, slightly damaged image of the front page of the first issue of what would become the Indiana Daily Student. The masthead reads "The Indiana Student." Below that, issue and date details are listed, followed by a listing of the terms (single copy, one college year: $1.50), board of trustees, and a lengthy article titled "How the Indiana Student was named."

Page Turner

To look through the Indiana Daily Student archives is to look upon the better part of Indiana University’s history. When the past is so…

IU Southeast nursing students practice culturally competent care at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Nursing On Reserve

Their cargo was health supplies, mostly. Screening equipment; miscellaneous sporting goods; an assortment of donations acquired throughout the year; and finally, the luggage of…

Darryl Pinkins, wearing a crisp, white button-up shirt, sits in a chair. He is surrounded by a few members of his support system: son, lawyer, nephew. His son and nephew each rest a hand on his shoulders.

Undoing Time

On April 25, 2016, Darryl Pinkins was released from prison after serving nearly 25 years for crimes he didn’t commit. During the long journey…