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Crowd-sourced book features four-legged IU lovers

Mar 29, 2017

Whether they’re taking a walk by Showalter Fountain or curling up on the couch, dogs are sporting their cream and crimson IU gear in “Campus Canines: The Dogs of Indiana University,” a new book coming from IU Press. 

Dogs Monty and Bruno walk in the grass.
Zathras, the dog, poses with the Herman B Wells statue on the IU Bloomington campus.
Toby, a child, drinks from a cup next to dog, Carter, both wearing IU apparel.
Fenrir, the dog, sits with the Hoagie Carmichael statue on the IU Bloomington campus.

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The book is made up of 150 photographs submitted by faculty, staff, students, alumni and fans.

It captures fun and playful moments with four-legged family members at popular locations like Dunn Meadow, the Indiana Memorial Union and Showalter Fountain.

You’ll even find canines across the globe wearing candy stripes or snuggling on an IU blanket.

“Campus Canines” shows that school spirit can also be expressed on four legs with a wagging tail and floppy ears.

Sophie, a puppy, sits near the Showalter Fountain on the IU Bloomington campus.
Maizy, the dog, sits on a sidewalk wearing a red and white bandana.
All photos courtesy of IU Press

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