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It’s time to meet the new Media and Marketing interns! They’ve got a list of events happening for #WelcomeWeek and a little senior advice for incoming #freshman! #myiuk #theKenziandSarahShow
It’s the last Sunday before classes start and we hope you’re enjoying the #sunshine! Check out @iukstudentlife for more info on things to do this semester. Until then check out this list of events from #welcomeweek! #myiuk #studentlife #fall2018
Karla Stouse donated a kidney to her dear friend and wanted to go the extra #100miles.
‘I’m 60 years old, and I walked 100 miles. I wanted people to see that once you donate an organ, your life is not over. I hope a lot of people will donate money, and register to be organ donors. I want there to be a big pool of potential donors out there, so people don’t spend years waiting on dialysis.’ Link to story in bio! @indianadonornetwork #myiuk #organdonor #IWouldWalk100Miles
#freetonight! A crescent moon and at least four planets will be visible at the first Indiana University Kokomo free Observatory open house of the school year.

Patrick Motl, associate professor of physics, will begin the open house at 8 p.m. Sunday, August 12, with an update on the planet Mars.

Immediately following the presentation, those attending will be able to view Mars, along with Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn, weather permitting, through the Observatory’s two telescopes. Observation will continue until 10 p.m., weather permitting.

The telescopes are a six-inch Takahashi refracting telescope and a 16-inch Meade reflecting telescope mounted together. The Takahashi provides exceptionally sharp images of planets, while the Meade allows viewers to see fainter objects in the sky, due to its larger light-collecting area.

Additional open houses are scheduled from 8 to 10 p.m. Sundays September 9, October 14, March 10, April 14, and May 19; as well as from 7 to 9 p.m. Sundays November 11, December 9, January 13, and February 10.

All are free and open to the public, at the Observatory, 2660 Washington Street. Free parking is available on campus. #myiuk #observatory @nasa
Check it out everyone! A live summer performance of Shakespeare's classic Much A-doe about Nothing! #myiuk #theearthstage #wildlife #humanities #thespian #deerofinstagram #fawn #theclassics #itwroteitself #puns #punsofinstagram
Thanks to IU Kokomo Chancellor Susan Sciame-Giesecke for her vision for the first Women of IU conference and to all of the planning committee! @sciamegiesecke @iubloomington @dnelsondunbar #thefutureisfemale #myiuk
IU First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie kicks off the first Women of IU conference! #thefutureisfemale #myiuk
These ladies are ready for a great day @iubloomington first Women of IU conference! #thefutureisfemale #myiuk
From the #archives! Check out these photos of campus from 1991! For reference we’ve attached 2 new photos from 2018. #myiuk #history #kokomogastower #iubicentennial @iubloomington #IU200 #waybackwednesday
Have you seen? We have new sculptures on campus. Story link is in our bio! #myiuk #sculpture #metalworks #fineart #mixedmedia #sculpturesofinstagram
Campus is beautiful, even in the rain. #myiuk #rainyday
Happy #myiukmonday morning! #myiuk #hunthall