What's New IU - 10/08/12-10/15/12


Tues. Oct. 9th

  • Spea USA – a fun, social networking event

               Free Jimmy Johns


Wed. Oct. 10th

  • Men’s Soccer Road trip with FYE and IU Athletics

                   Game Vs. Louisville

                   $15 includes transportation, food on the bus, and game ticket

  • Intramurals Basketball Officials

                   Call out Meeting

                   8pm - 9pm

                   FA 015


Thurs. Oct. 11th

  • Fall Break Starts [no class Friday]; classes resume Monday
  • Women’s Soccer vs. Purdue [aka That Which Shall Not Be Named]


                     Armstrong Stadium

  • Moonrise Kingdom

                    Thurs. Oct. 11 – Sat. Oct. 13th

                    8pm or 11pm

                    Whittenberger Auditorium

                    View Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eOI3AamSm8

Sat. Oct 13th

  • Football vs. Ohio State

                  8pm kick-off

                  Memorial Stadium

  • Great Glass Pumpkin Patch


                 Monroe County Courthouse

                 Pick out your own handmade blown glass pumpkins


Sun. Oct. 14th

  • 2012 Run for the Animals



  • All the Kings Men [Film]


                IU Cinema


                portrays the modern American political system as one endemic with corruption, where power-  hungry politicians try to manipulate the voters like sheep.

About The Author
Ashley MartinezEntrepreneurship and Nonprofit Management Major, Class of 2016, Las Vegas, NV

From the desert to the land of rain and greenery, introducing........ Ashley Martinez!!!! *wooooaaahhhh, the crowd goes wild*

If it isn't obvious already, I'm a goofball. I love to have fun, try everything, and learn about anything. I'm a member of the IU Ballroom Dancing Club and Team, the Philanthropy and Community Service Director for KLLC Bryan 2, Soprano in SPC^2, and a MORE Ambassador.

I'm also fortunate enough to be a Fry Scholar and a Hudson and Holland Scholar. Thank you IU!!!

During my time here at IU, I hope to meet a ton of amazing people, try as many different things as possible, study abroad in as many different places as I can, and intern with a different nonprofit every summer. Afterwards, I hope to be accepted into the Masters International Program through SPEA in partnership with the Peace Corps (studying Nonprofit Management). The end goal...start my own nonprofit organization called C.H.A.N.C.E., which is based on the community service club I founded two years ago at my high school (Green Valley High School). Check it out: http://www.gvchance.weebly.com

P.S. I'm actually from Henderson, but since no one in the midwest knows where that is......it's a suburb of Las Vegas. I live literally 10 minutes from the strip.