200: The Bicentennial Magazine
This special 6-issue magazine will keep you updated on Bicentennial activities between now and 2020 and will highlight some untold or unknown stories from the dynamic history of Indiana University.
Volume 2, Issue 1
In this issue:
- Ask an Archivist: Records of civil rights activism and extension courses in South Bend
- Myths of IU: Did Herman B Wells really stake lamp posts on the Bloomington campus?
- Hidden IU: The scandal that led to the resignation of Reverend William M. Daily, IU’s Third President
- A look inside IU’s post-WWII trailer towns: How IU accommodated the rush of veterans during a critical housing shortage
- How Hoosier Values Shaped a Great Physician and Public Servant: The early life of Dr. Otis Bowen
- A Cinderella Story: The Origins of Indiana University Purdue University Columbus
- The Events that Shape Us: One man’s experience protesting the Student Fee Hike of 1969
- The Man Who Brought Art to IU: How Alfred Mansfield Brooks left his mark
- A Big Bang: The little-known story about an IU Chemistry demonstration gone awry
- Reds among the Cream and Crimson: What happened when three IU law professors were accused of harboring Communist sympathies in 1946
- IU’s Original Squirrel Colony: How the ancestors of today’s campus squirrels came to Bloomington
- Showcasing the talents of IU alumni: The Kelley graduate behind IU’s new Bicentennial wine