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Last modified: Tuesday, February 21, 2006

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IU Press has been publishing regional books for more than 50 years, and with the introduction of Quarry Books in the fall of 2004, readers everywhere have access to a number of beautiful publications about all things Hoosier. Some of the titles: Moonlight in Duneland, a popular book of classic railroad posters from the Chicago South Shore and South Bend Railroad; Unexpected Indiana, a coffee table photography book; The Kickin' Hoosiers, which celebrates IU's legendary soccer program; Limestone Lives, photos and stories of the men and women who work in the limestone quarries of Southern Indiana; and Indiana's Amish Community, which showcases one of the state's oldest Amish communities. Look at what IU Press has to offer at: http://iupress.indiana.edu/books/

What is there to do in Indianapolis? Plenty. And a good Web site to check for the latest scoop in what's happening is right here -- events@IUPUI -- http://events.iupui.edu/

'One Size Does Not Fit All.' Explore art as a social force as IU Home Pages, the university's award-winning faculty and staff newspaper, looks at artist-educator Beverly Naidus' visit to IU South Bend. Read this and other stories at: http://www.homepages.indiana.edu/2006/02-10/story.php?id=385

Indiana Alumni Magazine recently won a gold medal in the annual Council for the Advancement of Secondary Education (CASE), District 5, competition for "Best Alumni/Institution Magazine. Read it for yourself at the IU Alumni Association's Web page: http://alumni.indiana.edu/

Want to take a trip around the world? The Mathers Museum of World Cultures houses collections of more than 20,000 objects and 10,000 photographs representing cultures from each of the world's inhabited continents. The museum is open Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., and Saturday-Sunday, 1-4:30 p.m. But don't wait for your next trip to Bloomington to browse the Mathers exhibits; visit its Web site at: http://www.indiana.edu/~mathers/

As of Feb. 23, the IUPUI's men's basketball team was on a nine-game winning streak -- the nation's seventh longest current stretch of Ws -- after grabbing a 65-49 win at Centenary in Shreveport, La., last week. With that win the Jags clinched a share of the Mid-Continent Conference regular season title and are in position to seal the No. 1 conference tournament seed with one more win. The Mid-Continent Conference Tournament is in Tulsa, March 4-7. The Jaguar team made its first-ever appearance in CollegeInsider.com's Mid-Major Top 25 recently. Read about Jaguar men's basketball and other IUPUI athletic team at: http://www.iupuijags.com/

And what about those Hoosier women? The IU Bloomington women's basketball team scored a huge 63-61 win over No.-10 ranked Purdue in overtime at Mackey Arena. It was the first time IU won in Mackey since the 1996-97 season, and the first game back at Purdue as an opposing coach for Sharon Versyp, who is in her first year leading the Hoosiers. Look in on the Hoosier women's basketball team and other IU teams at: http://iuhoosiers.collegesports.com/