Three students prepare their frozen dessert bar

Nothing bland about this event

Vegetable-mango gazpacho and a soy-based lemon and blueberry toaster waffle were among culinary inventions on display at a food showcase earlier this week. Student teams cooked up 11 new creations in their food product development class.

Graduating class is a record-setter

Undergrads will celebrate in the football stadium. Other commencement weekend changes announced in January take effect, including a Thursday evening graduate ceremony.

Petrina Jackson at Parks Library.

Petrina Jackson


Petrina Jackson is the new head of University Library's special collections and university archives.

Senate approves clinical faculty titles

The Faculty Senate voted in favor of clinical professorships for nontenure-eligible faculty. The appointments are intended to help recruit and retrain clinical and diagnostic experts in the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Cyclone marching band represents US in D-Day commemoration

Cyclone marching band director Steven Smyth said he'd never take the band overseas. But he and 168 members of the marching band leave for France on June 2. Find out why he changed his mind. 

No mad dash toward digital-only course materials

The printed textbook isn't going away and digital course materials aren't one size fits all. That's University Bookstore manager Heather Dean's takeaway from a recent course materials survey at 29 institutions.

Stories by students

Inside will publish a few campus stories by students in this spring's JLMC 347 class.