IU’s 200-year anniversary is fast approaching. For the university, it symbolizes the various accomplishments and contributions from alumni around the world but also addresses points in time where it faltered as an institution.
Mike Dillard left the garage door halfway open to stay cool, but beads of sweat ran down the side of his face while he poured the melted remains of a bell from IU’s Student Building into a ceramic mold.
The uniforms worn by the winners of the first Little 500. A Marching Hundred cape from the 1940s. A custom, red evening gown designed by Vera Wang.
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