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Where cool things happen all the time
The Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology (BEST) competition recently recognized four IU students for their work towards transforming online fundraising and urban food access.
IU is turning food waste into compost at the Hilltop Garden and Nature Center. This creates a full circle of vegetables from their gardens, to food courts on campus, and back to compost again.
The Ken Nunn Champions Plaza will be completed by fall 2016, thanks to a $2 million donation by Bloomington attorney, Kenn Nunn. This new entry plaza will be an addition to the south entrance of Assembly Hall.
The IU Art Museum is ranked #33 among the "50 Most Amazing College Museums." Designed by I.M. Pei, the IU Art Museum holds works by Monet, Picasso, Pollack, and others.
Striking photographs by nature photographer James Balog are on display at the Kelley School of Business. The pictures are part of an exhibition documenting the effect of climate change on the Arctic.
Big winners at this year’s 65th running of the Little 500 races include bicyclists from Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and all students who receive scholarship funding raised by the Little 500.