MUST DOs before you graduate from IU

1. Stand in a 200+ people line to get a free T-shirt on July 4th at Kilroy's on Kirkwood

Kilroy's on Kirkwood

2. Watch a football game with your best folks in the IU stadium 

IU Stadium

3. Watch The Nutcracker ballet in the Music Art Center

More events and performances at


4. Watch a Singing Hoosier show in the IU Auditorium

Ticket and show time at

5.  Explore the IU Art Museum

6. Watch a world cup or NBA game in the Kilroy's Sports bar 


7. Get up early to arrive at Wright food court before 8am and order two hash browns

8. Take a selfy with a hoosier squirrel or a hoosier rabbit

9. Watch the sunrise at Lake Monroe

10. Pie an IU professor

11. Party hard and study hard on a Little 500 weekend

12. Take a picture at the Sample Gates wearing your baccalaureate gown

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About The Author
ECHO LUJournalism major, Class of 2014; Music minor

I studied Journalism at Indiana University Bloomington, with a minor in Music. I graduated from IU in winter 2014. I come from China, and I speak Mandarin. I earned a Certificate of Chinese News Broadcasting in high school. I am a singer, piano player, dancer and cook. Most important, I am a journalist.

I was involved in so many things on and off campus! I am the founder and former president of D.Force Dancing & Entertainment Club, we have 100+ dancers from 5 different countries, and we do Hip-Hop, lyrical jazz, ballet, breaking, popping, MJ, Chinese folk dance. We are the first place winner of cultural performance at IU World's Fare 2012 and second place winner in 2013. I was secretary of Blazors Studio, a group of non-major students who love photography and videography. I am a volunteer of Asian Culture Center. I also perform solo singing in ACC events.

I was staff photographer at Indiana Daily Student and Arbutus Yearbook. I am an intern at Indy Asian American Times as a reporter and photographer. I was a photographer and web researcher at online college fashion magazine. I was a summer internship at Girls Inc. of Monroe County, a nonprofit organization to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold.   

I am a very active international student of our campus and community, and am excited to share some of my experience with you!