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  • CrimsonCard

    Learn more about the rollout of the new IU campus card that replaces existing ones.

  • The world's game. Indiana's team.

    Soccer fans can catch all the latest action for the Indy Eleven right here on campus at Carroll Stadium.

  • Phantasmagorical compositions

    Phyllis Bramson's "Love and Affection in a Hostile World" will be at Herron beginning March 8.

  • Faculty life

    Margaret Ferguson will provide leadership and vision for the direction of faculty affairs and faculty life.

  • Fostering lifetime commitment

    Andrea Simpson will be responsible for developing programming that enriches the lives of alumni.

  • For the kids

    Sophomore Rosie Tarlton spent the first month of her life at Riley and now serves as staff on the Jagathon team.

  • New leadership

    As associate vice chancellor for faculty diversity and inclusion, Gina Sanchez Gibau will help recruit and retain underrepresented faculty.

  • Influential in Indy

    Sixty percent of this year's "Forty Under 40" honorees have a direct connection to IU.

  • Milestones

    Read about staff retirements and service anniversaries in October, November and December.

  • Finishing strong

    A $4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education will focus on efforts to help at-risk college seniors afford to stay in school and earn their degrees.

  • Climate change

    IUPUI researchers analyzed 2,100 years of data to uncover details about the disappearance of an ancient Native American culture.

  • Unwavering support

    Learn how the IU Board of Trustees and university administrators are addressing the uncertainty surrounding recent executive orders on immigration.

  • Black History Month

    A variety of events are planned to celebrate African-American heritage and culture.

  • President's Medal

    This medal is the highest honor an IU president can bestow. President McRobbie awarded it to former Lilly CEO John Lechleiter.

  • IUPUI Athletics Hall of Fame

    Four new inductees have joined the hallowed ranks, representing golf, diving and soccer.

  • The nation's best

    Multiple online degree programs at IU, specifically those in business, education and nursing, were once again ranked among the best in the nation.

  • Advisor to the governor

    The Public Health dean will serve as a senior health advisor in the new administration.

  • New leaders

    Three top leadership positions at IUPUI have been filled: two vice chancellors and an associate vice chancellor/dean.

  • IU statement on Bill Hudnut

    "Bill Hudnut was a remarkable, energetic and spirited steward of Indianapolis."

  • When emergencies occur

    Recent events across the nation are encouraging IU campuses to look at how people receive emergency notifications.