Monday, August 15, 2005

Wired Hoosiers...

IU's plethora of WiFi hotspots lands it in Newsweek's "Hot Colleges" feature.
I'll have to see for myself when I'm back in Bloomington in October. More on that later...

Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.
Much of the charm of life among the Hoosiers springs from tradition, like the Little 500 bicycle races and weekend partying dramatized in the 1979 film "Breaking Away." But what stokes increasing interest in Indiana from out-of-staters, who make up a third of freshmen, is IU's embrace of the Information Age. Intel ranked it first among U.S. universities for wireless connectivity. It doesn't hurt that IU provides vast choices: 328 degree programs and 130 majors for 30,000 undergraduates.


  • Yeah, the 328 degree programs and the wired campus is exactly why I spent 8 1/2 years in B-town. You still livin in the swamp Krane? -Lil Halvo

    By Blogger Halvo, at 10:37 AM  

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