Meet a friend for breakfast or hit the Wildermuth Intramural Center for a quick workout. Stop by the Indiana Memorial Union to grab a coffee on your way to a 9 a.m. class. Take a moment to chat with your professor during office hours, or head off to the new Global and International Studies building to meet with your language conversation club. Have a little time between classes? Check out the work of emerging artists at Grunwald Gallery of Art, or get expert help with a class research project in the Wells Library Learning Commons.
After a full day of classes, take a leafy path through Dunn’s Woods and meet some friends for Thai, Indian, or Turkish food on Fourth Street, Bloomington’s international restaurant row. Head back to campus to attend a Themester lecture or participate in a Habitat for Humanity meeting. End your night with a play at the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center or a film at IU Cinema. There are so many ways to be involved in the College. No two days are ever alike.