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Because Dogs Are Cute And Indiana University Is Pretty

‘Campus Canines’ is all shining coats and wiggling butts and wet noses and fetching red bandanas and big clumsy paw—pooch “person”-ality in spades—set against golden-hour backdrops of Bloomington limestone, hardwoods, and flowers.

One Day in May
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New Book Captures Hoosierness in 142 Captivating (and Quirky) Images

The images, which span from 2:44 a.m. to 11:39 p.m. on May 20, depict scenes both sweeping and intimate, iconic and idiosyncratic, in cities, towns, and countryside

At Home with Ernie Pyle
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‘At Home with Ernie Pyle’: An Excerpt

Compiling his writings about the state for the first time, a new book reveals just how important those Hoosier ties were to Pyle.

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Letters to Santa Claus (Indiana)

“So the reindeers want carrots and you want Pepsi and pasta for Christmas this year. Great choice!”

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Knobstone Trail 101: Indiana's Longest Footpath

Avid hikers often use the Knobstone to warm up for longer hikes along the Appalachian Trail—even calling it “the little AT.” But if you’d like an easier introduction, these three day hikes will do the trick. Gird your glutes!

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Three Things We Learned From a Zombie Book

FEMA produced a report about preparing for the zombie apocalypse, justifying it by saying that preparing for fictional disasters can teach us about readying for real ones.