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News for faculty and staff   |  Nov. 12, 2019

'Parsifal' returns

After a 43-year hiatus, IU Jacobs School of Music Opera Theater is remounting Richard Wagner's monumental opera "Parsifal" as part of the bicentennial celebration. Plus, faculty and staff can enter to win free tickets.

Preview scenes from the show
Socks donated to the United Way campaign

United Way campaigns

Whether hosting office cook-offs or assembling baby supplies, IU Bloomington employees find personal ways to give back through the university's annual United Way campaign.
IU student Gregory Hess gets arrested during a 1970 anti-war protest

Hess v. Indiana

A 1970 anti-war protest on the Bloomington campus set the stage for a landmark free speech case, which is now commemorated with a bicentennial historical marker.
Hidden Hoosiers phone booths in the IMU

Hidden Hoosiers

The IMU's historic phone booths are bringing the stories of little-known Hoosiers to life thanks to an interactive exhibit created by bicentennial intern Alex Ruschman and the Union Board.
Scenes from the 2018 winter commencement

Around IU

Get quick updates about winter commencement details, office moves, faculty honors and more in this week's news roundup.

Events and Lectures

GIS Day at IU

Wells Library  |  Nov. 13, 2019
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Celebrating 200 years
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