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Jan. 22, 2020

A lot to celebrate

While IU campuses honored Martin Luther King Jr., Bloomington also celebrated the Day of Commemoration with help from actor Viola Davis, "Megajeff" the Ice Age sloth, a carilloneur and many others.

See the day in photos
The Swiss Alps

'Grand Expedition'

IU's "summer tramps" of the 1880s were some of the earliest examples of overseas study in the U.S. Part of the IU Bicentennial, this summer's expedition honors that tradition of leadership in international engagement.
Kelley School of Business

Kelley's No. 1

The Kelley School of Business remained No. 1 and the IU School of Education rose nearly 20 spots in the U.S. News and World Report Best Online Education Program rankings.
a student climbs stairs

Move more, feel great

Healthy IU's stair-climbing challenge encourages employees to be physically active and improve their health. Climb IU steps off Feb. 3.
the former Engman Public Natatorium

Around IU

Get quick updates about IU South Bend's purchase of a historic building, watch VIPs wish IU happy birthday, learn about an online meditation program and more.
A woman stretching her arm muscle, wearing a fitness tracker on her wrist

Phantom fitness credits

What happens when your fitness tracker doesn't give you all the credit you deserve? And just how safe is the personal data it does track? Find out more in this piece by IU faculty member Katie Siek in The Conversation.

Events and Lectures

First Savings Bank Speaker Series: 'Rehab Addict' star Nicole Curtis

IU Southeast  |  Feb. 4, 2020
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Celebrating 200 years
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