Each of its key landmark gets the photo treatment in a new collection excerpted here—and out just in time for graduation and incoming freshmen.
Most of the photos are shot with wide-angle lenses, capturing the timeless architecture along with the sweeping beauty each season brings the iconic Midwest campus.
Here’s hoping this Hoosiers basketball season doesn’t run parallel to Withers’s song: “Ain’t no sunshine when he’s gone/ Only darkness everyday.”
If his NBA career doesn’t pan out for some reason, former Hoosier basketball star Victor Oladipo may find a niche for himself in the recording studio.
The Hoosiers are the first Division I team from Indiana to land in the World Series since Notre Dame in 2002, and only the fourth Indiana-based team ever to make it.
Plenty of homegrown talent has headlined for the Hoosiers this season, featuring nine players from this state, including four starters.
A sizable crash at Lap 122 and a final-lap dispute didn’t mar the 63rd running of this contest, a scintillating display of fitness and competitive drive.
From the moment the green flag dropped at Bill Armstrong Stadium, the race maintained a dizzying pace. The top teams took turns at the front of the pack, riders looking over their shoulders more than at the track ahead of them. The attacks were fast and furious, stretching the field out so much so that at Lap 65, nearly half of the teams had fallen off the lead lap.
In an exhilarating final lap, Delta Gamma’s rider overtook the Kappa Alpha Theta racer in a thrilling ride that involved a scary early crash.
Bundled up and shivering, the racers were eager to get started. So much so that the 2013 race featured its first crash in just lap 3. Oddly, it has become a bit of an annual tradition to have a fairly scary crash in the first few laps before the bikers settle down and race cleanly. This crash left a Rainbow Cycling rider with a broken collarbone, leaving that team's already-smaller squad with just two able-bodied riders for the remainder of the race. Remarkably, they stuck with the pack and finished the race in 14th place, earning the respect of the entire field.
The trio of rappers descended on Bloomington, with the set featuring cameo appearances on stage by basketballers Victor Oladipo and Christian Watford.
Macklemore, Talib Kweli, and Wale brought decidedly different styles of rap to Assembly Hall for a frenetic performance ahead of IU's Little 500 bike races.
Cheer for one of the favorites and look smart when they bring home the Borg-Warner Trophy.
Say you’re at the track and just realized that you don’t know anyone racing. Not a problem, just cheer for one of the favorites and look smart when they bring home the Borg-Warner Trophy. Here, on the heels of our list of first-timers' do's and don'ts, see our primer on the top riders to regard this weekend at the Little 500 bike races in Bloomington:
It’s arguably the world’s greatest college weekend. Here’s why.
Before the green flag drops at Bill Armstrong Stadium, here's our primer on what to expect at the track, from unpredictable weather to the crowds in the stands to the actual racers speeding around on single-speed Schwinns.
From Portland to New York City and L.A. to Naples, here’s our rundown of the greatest big-city spots to perch with a great drink, tasty grub, and a riotous band of fellow fans.
See our list of the best IU bars around the nation. It's our roundup of the top spots to make new fellow-alum chums and take in Hoosiers action wherever you are.
IU is up for a notable social media award—and it would only further bolster the school's penchant for No. 1 finishes lately.