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“Resonate” – A group for international LBGTQI students.
First call-out meeting:
Day – Tuesday, 2nd October 2012
Time – 7pm to 8:30pm
Place – please email for information on the venue

We at “Resonate” seek to understand and to be understood. To create an atmosphere of
mutual trust and respect for individuals from countries outside the USA who identify as
lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, genderqueer, or any of the hues of the rainbow. The
challenges we face as individuals hailing from other cultures and backgrounds are unique
and complicated. “Resonate” aims to create a safe space where one can voice one’s
concerns, find support and verbalize one’s dreams and aspirations without worrying about
being “outed” or judged. If you are feeling alone or alienated in a culture far from your
own, then please consider joining “Resonate”.


Come and see for yourself – you are not alone! Allies are welcome.

“Resonate” is a confidential group that operates within a safe and secure environment.


Resonate meets every first and third Tuesdays at 7pm.

Fall 2012 meeting dates:

October – 2nd and 16th

November – 6th & 20th

December – 4th
For more details please contact:
Betsy Jose or Mark Price at

Undergraduate Scholar Artwork


Interested in having your artwork published? The Undergraduate Scholar is a journal that publishes non-fiction essays from all disciplines, from art history to zoology. Each issue reflects our intellectual engagement with the political, social, moral, and aesthetic issues of both the past and present. Along with each essay, one piece of artwork will be featured.  All students may submit artwork, regardless of

major.    To submit your artwork, you can email the work to If you have any questions or are curious about how to join the UGS staff, please contact us at  We will be accepting art submissions throughout the semester.

IU Global Water & Public Health Brigades Call Out | September 12th | 8:00 PM | BH 140
Want to travel? Want to improve the equality of life around the globe?  Want to work alongside locals as well as fellow students? If you answered yes, be sure to come to Wednesday’s Global Water & Public Health Brigades call-out meeting!  We are part of the world’s largest student-run international development organization and we are made up of undergrads of all majors just like you! We focus on increasing access to clean water and improved sanitation in Honduras, in addition to on-campus fundraising, awareness, and social events.  Find us on facebook at IU Water & Public Health Brigades. If you can’t make it to the meeting or if you just have some questions please email us @
Peace,The IU Water & Public Health Brigades Leadership Team

IUSTV Informational Call Out Meeting.

Posted: September 10, 2012 by IUsec in Events, Student groups


Indiana University Student Television is having their fall call out this Wednesday, Sept 12 at 7 PM, Woodburn Hall 101

Come learn how you can get involved with Indiana University’s own Student Television station! IUSTV is a completely student run television station here on Indiana University’s campus in the Read Dormitory: Curry Wing. 

This is an informational call-out meeting for students, faculty, and staff who want to get involved on campus.

All majors are welcome and no prior experience is necessary! 

Free Pizza!”

With a new school year starting, we wanted to remind you about the benefits your students receive by attending a BEA member institution.

Did you know that undergraduate and graduate students at BEA member institutions can become BEA members at NO cost?  Student members can apply for one of the BEA National Scholarships in Broadcasting, enter the BEA Festival of Media Artscompetition in the fall, the BEA/NABEF Freedom of Speech PSA Competition each spring, and participate in the Student Research in Progress Competition that takes place in Las Vegas.  Students will receive information about internships and special offers from a variety of BEA partnering organizations, and will be eligible for the member discount rate to attend BEA’s annual convention and the NAB Show in Las Vegas.

Here is a link to the one-sheet instructions sheet for full-time students who attend BEA member institutions –  They can use the discount code: Instu-44 on the online form to receive their free BEA student membership. Indiana University is a BEA member institute.

Thank you for your dedication to BEA.  Your continued support has allowed us to produce more valuable services for colleges and universities – from promoting scholarly research and creative endeavors to learning the latest in professional tools and techniques.

As always, please feel free to contact us directly at (202) 429-3935 or with any questions, comments or concerns.

Jewish Studies Fall Welcome Dessert

Posted: August 30, 2012 by IUsec in Events, Student groups



Wednesday, September 5, 2012

4:30-6:00 p.m.


Faculty Room (second floor of the University Club) – near the Whittenberger Auditorium entrance of the Indiana Memorial Union


Come meet Jewish Studies faculty and students; learn about Jewish Studies. All students interested in Jewish Studies are welcome!


Official welcome by Professor Veidlinger – approx. 5:15-5:30


Questions? Call 855-0453


Posted: August 30, 2012 by IUsec in Student groups, Volunteer Opportunities


Read Residence Center- Curry Wing

Wednesday, September 5

7:00 PM

Our call out meeting will occur on Wednesday, September 5th at 9PM in Woodburn Hall 100.  Any students interested in broadcasting, DJ’ing, graphic design, or a myriad other opportunities we offer are encouraged to attend.  More information can be found here on Facebook:!/events/375046775901301/

The IU competitive debate program is recruiting for the 2012-2013 season. Do you enjoy researching major political controversies, arguing passionately about issues of importance, and honing your public speaking and critical thinking skills? If the answer is yes, then competitive debate is for you!  

 As active members of our program we will build you into powerful orators and researchers, all while you challenge other Big 10 schools and Ivy League Universities (yes Harvard) in tournament style debates. Shiny trophies may very well be in your future.

This season’s topic will have you engaged in discussions about government restrictions on and incentives for energy production in the United States. Team members will learn about issues such as U.S. oil extraction in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, tax credits to promote photovoltaic solar panels, and natural gas fracturing restrictions.

Our team is open to all undergraduate students who want to be a part of a competitive team atmosphere. Join us during our callout meetings:

Wednesday August 22 and Wednesday August 29. 7:00-8:30 PM in SPEA 276.  We will provide pizza, while you provide the intellectual energy and drive.

We need your  help! Scholar Corps— a student organization committed to connecting IU undergraduates to volunteer opportunities related to their major and/or interests— is a finalist to receive a $5,500 award in Zipcar credits. Zipcar is a car sharing service, and if Scholar Corps wins the award, they will have an easy means to transport their members to and from volunteer opportunities throughout the Bloomington area.  The contest is based on voting ,so please go to , click “Vote” in the green box on the upper right hand side, go down to the Community Service group, and cast your vote for Scholar Corps today!  Please Note: You must use Internet Explorer to cast your vote. Other web browsers do  not seem to work. Also, you will have to “like” the page on facebook in order to cast your vote.


A few other notes:

1)      Scholar Corps is the only representative from Indiana University. So Please share this with as many friends as possible to show your pride for IU!

2)      Since it began in the spring of 2009, Scholar Corps volunteers have logged over 3,500 volunteer hours on campus and in the Bloomington Community.

3)      Are you interested in volunteering? Join Scholar Corps if you are not already a member. Go to for more information.