- On January 20, 1820 legislation establishing a state seminary in Indiana was passed
- The first building on campus was the Seminary Building, modeled after Princeton
- The original location is located in present-day behind the
IUs Triangular Building
- Established in 1941 as the Art Center Gallery, the art museum is constantly growing
- In 1973 after it had outgrown 2 previous locations, IU commissioned I.M. Pei & Partners to
design a new art museum
- Pei is known for mass
- The university receives some money from the state but that percentage has shrunk lately.
- Money comes from a variety of other sources including tuition and student fees, faculty
research grants, sales of licensed products, contracts with
- Located at the Lilly Library
- Printed in the 1450s when Johan Gutenberg developed a mold to cast medal letters, then used
it to mechanically print the first important book in the western world
- 50 copies from an original prin
- Founded in 1909 by John Whittenberger in response to prevalence of scrapping (fights between
grades, fraternity members & GDIs)
- President William Lowe Bryan endorsed the idea and on December 6, 1909, 400 charter
members approved a c
- IU policy on alcohol is clear in that drinking isnt permitted on campus
- Binge drinking is five drinks in a row for men, four for women.
- Each year Greek members spend about $200 million more on alcohol than all other students
- Scale= the size of an object in relation to another
- Shape= the quality of an object describing its angles or boundaries
- Color= the attribute of an object that can be described in terms of hue, value, and saturation.
Hue is the attribute
One Big Building
- In 1867, the only building on campus was the College Building: three stories high, 147 feet
long, a bell turret 80 feet high, built out of locally-quarried Indiana limestone in a early Gothic
- The main building was built in
College vs. University
- Indiana College became IU in 1938 when the state gave it the authority to grant degrees in law
- Then and still today, colleges usually teach only the liberal arts (literature, science, humanities)
with the addition
Famous guests visit Bloomington
- Many famous people visited IU back in the day including Henry Ward Beecher, minister and
abolitionist, who drew 800 people to a lecture.
- Other visitors included Mrs. Mary A. Livermore lecturing about temperance and Mr.
New schools and departments
- The College of Liberal Arts was joined by 5 other schools including the School of Law, School
of Medicine, the Graduate School, School of Education, and Nursing School.
- In addition the School of Commerce and Finance was fou
- The Indiana Dental College was founded in 1879 in Indianapolis at first, solely for proprietary
- Graduates from the college could practice dentistry without formal certification by the State
Dental Examining Board b
- Generally, the findings from basic scientific research at universities are reported publicly as
soon as possible and IU wanted to continue this practice with P&G
- Because it is a private corporation, P&G had profit as its goal and th