Welcome Week 2010
The Traditions and Spirit of IU event was held outside at Memorial Stadium on the Bloomington campus this year. The event is a chance for incoming students to learn the fight song and cheers that will help them root for the Hoosiers.
Sophomore Francis Muhiga lunges forward on the bungie run at RecFest 2010 outside the HPER Wildermuth Center.
Provost Karen Hanson greets incoming students and parents at the Freshman Induction Ceremony.
After the Freshmen Induction Ceremony at the IU Auditorium, students and families enjoyed a meal provided by the Residence Halls Association.
Beanbags lie on an IU cornhole game at RecFest 2010 outside the HPER building.
Students gather in front of the IU Auditorium for CultureFest.
Students interact by playing Twister during the pLaY iT uP: Game Night @ the Wells Library event.
Students relax in the lounge enjoying free samples during Taste of the Union at the Indiana Memorial Union.
Students participate in an attempt to break the world record for largest dodgeball game. Held in Memorial Stadium, the game helped to raise money for Samaritan's Feet, a charity that provides shoes for children in developing countries.
IU cheerleaders perform at Memorial Stadium during Traditions and Spirit of IU.
At Traditions and Spirit, new students practice IU cheers.
The Marching Hundred and the Redsteppers perform for the incoming freshmen.
IU Men's Basketball Coach Tom Crean stands on the sidelines at Memorial Stadium while the Marching Hundred performs.
Former IU Vice President for Academic Affairs and Bloomington Chancellor Ken Gros Louis helps students navigate campus on the first day of classes.
Students cross campus between Wylie Hall and the Chemistry Building on the first day of class.