50 Famous IU Alumni

In its 201-year history, Indiana University has turned out tens of thousands of outstanding alumni in every imaginable field. Their contributions have helped to define America and to some extent the world at large. In this issue, we celebrate 50 of those alumni who found fame in their chosen fields. Read more.

Great Expectations: Q&A Interviews with IU Coaches

Never in the history of Indiana University Athletics has there been a season like the one about to begin. Coming off a painful pandemic year, IU teams are poised to do great things and expectations have never been higher. Learn more in these exclusive Q&A interviews with football coach Tom Allen, men’s basketball coach Mike Woodson, and women’s basketball coach Teri Moren. Read more.

Editor’s Message: “It ain’t over till it’s over.” —Yogi Berra

COVID-19 is still raging in many parts of the world, in some states, and, I’m sad to say, it’s still with us in Monroe County. So even though life feels almost back to normal in Bloomington with most people maskless and restaurants and shops fully open, the threat persists and our economy could quickly be shut down again.

As of this writing, 45% of Monroe County adults are still not fully vaccinated. That, despite the fact that nationwide, 99% of those hospitalized and dying of COVID-19 are unvaccinated. Read more.

Check back here for more stories from the August/September issue tomorrow.