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The first week of New Student Orientation is in the books, with more sessions following in the next few weeks. To view images from the first week, visit the gallery.
The Networks Scholars recently hosted their end-of-the-year event. To view images of the presentations, visit the full gallery.
The BEST (Bayh College of Education Scholars to Teachers) student had the opportunity to network with education professionals during a recent evening event in the Bayh College of Education. To view more images from the event, visit the full gallery.
Battleship is another popular Spring Week activity that takes place at the Arena Pool. To view more images from this year’s event, visit the full gallery.
The Charles E. Brown Gospel Celebration helped kick off Black History Month with featured artists Kierra Sheard, J Moss and many others. To view more images from the event, visit the gallery.
Elizabeth Smart spoke to a packed house in Tilson Auditorium recently as part of the university’s Speaker Series. Once a victim of one of the most followed child abduction cases, Elizabeth Smart has turned her nine-month long nightmare into a reason for living. Smart’s story began with her abduction on June 5, 2002. Her captors
Student groups and organizations paint the windows of Hulman Center as part of Sycamore Hoopla activities. To view more images from the window painting, visit the gallery.
Students learn a line dance during the Indiana State Dance Marathon’s 10K Tuesday fund-raiser. The event raised more than $11,600 for Riley Hospital for Children.
Indiana State Dance Marathon raised more than $11,600 to benefit Riley Hospital for Children at the 10K Tuesday event, exceeding the groups goal of $10,000. The total goes toward the groups overall goal of $80,000, which it hopes to raise by the dance marathon on Feb. 25.