Event

About IU 2020: Part 1

Rating:
Not rated
Year Released:
2020
Format:
Virtual
Closed captioning:
Closed captioned
Genres:
Documentary
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Featured in this screening are the stories of Doña Eliassaint (Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences), Yash Agarwala (Finance, Kelley School of Business), and Emily Leung (Violin, Jacobs School of Music). Learn more about each student featured in the IU 2020 Series.

Since 2016, a group of multimedia interns at Indiana University have chronicled the lives of 12 fellow students, all of whom entered IU with plans to graduate in 2020. The students, who are part of IU’s Bicentennial Class, come from towns large and small. Eight are from Indiana. Their paths diverge as they pursue academic passions ranging from intelligent systems engineering to violin performance and as they engage in all that comes with residential and off-campus living. We see them visit food trucks, play video games, go to class, cook, and videoconference with their families back home. They have a wide variety of backgrounds, majors, minors, beliefs, dreams, and plans for the future. In under 20 minutes per story, watch the years pass as each student goes from trepidatious freshman to experienced senior.

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