Laymon, an author and a professor at Rice University who won the prestigious award known as a “genius grant,” has a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from the College of Arts and Sciences.
The exhibition features 221 objects, including books, letters from author Arthur Conan Doyle and artwork of the famous detective.
John Summerlot embarked on an 18-month journey to find IU’s official flower in the hills of Monroe County.
Cade will curate five films for IU Cinema, highlight IU’s Black Film Center & Archive and be a Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker.
Created by IU librarians and students, the timeline explores 200 years through photos, videos and historical information.
The festival offers an eclectic lineup of events in a multi-day celebration of art, ideas and community.
The library has acquired the complete Madeline Kripke Dictionary Collection, helping it establish the Merriam-Webster Archive.
New murals and changes to meet modern scholars’ needs are among renovations to the iconic facility that will reopen in August.
Walter Gantz will assume temporary leadership of The Media School, and Diane Dallis-Comentale will take over as IU Libraries’ interim dean.
Get updates on dean searches, a new podcast WFIU is developing with NPR and where to watch movies featured in the Glenn Close exhibition.