Collins celebrated 47 members named Founders Scholars this year.
The BOEP Fireside Chat program brings prominent visitors from across campus to chat with students.
The Pipe and The Barrow staff led a week of themed programming for the community.
Collins LLC Collaborates with the Jacobs School of Music
Collins LLC hosted a successful return to an in-person Dickens Dinner event this December.
Find out what's been going on for the 2021-2022 theatre season at Collins LLC and what's coming up next.
Collins LLC has made its move to our temporary home Foster-Shea and enjoyed an eventful Welcome Week.
Announcing the Collins Living-Learning Center award winners for 2020-2021.
Sorely missed by Collinsites during the pandemic, the Cheshire Café re-opened for business in mid-March.
At a ceremony and reception on Sunday, April 11, 2021, Collins Living-Learning Center Director Lara Kriegel congratulated the 29 Collins LLC members named Founders Scholars this year.
Collins senior Taylor-Paige Guba is receiving the Kate Hevner Mueller Award.
While adapting to pandemic precautions, the annual soup bowl benefit at Collins LLC raises over $200.
Associate Director Yara Clüver was recently part of an online program through the Wells Library about the unqiue genre of Artists’ Books.
Collins Living-Learning Center is on the books for renovation, starting May 2021 and lasting through July 2022. While the buildings are closed, the LLC will be hosted in Foster-Shea.
Three members of the Collins LLC family are honored with IU Bicentennial Medals.
Collins LLC Arts Council draws in new members and participants with programming in fall 2020.
Students and staff gathered at the IMU Jordan River Open Air Venue to celebrate our annual awards night, re-scheduled from the spring semester.
The student-run Board of Educational Programming begins review of 20 course proposals for the fall 2021 semester this week.
Students shine in final projects for Mastro’s Collins course, Haunted and Possessed: Children in Horror.
Announcing the Collins Living-Learning Center award winners for 2019-2020.
An update on Collins in fall 2020.
CollinsFest is happening online this weekend!
Arts Council holds meetings online to handle business, and generates online programming ideas.
The Collins community moves online amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Associate Director Yara Clüver's Food Photography class (CLLC-L210, Food Photography: Concepts & Practice, Fall 2019) was featured on a recent episode of WFIU's Earth Eats.
The 15th-century The Second Shepherd’s Play drew an audience of students and faculty to Collins Dining Hall for two performances December 6 and 7.
Check out the new web page for the Collins summer expedition course in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Students learn about sustainable practices and exercise their photo taking abilities through a visit to Bloomington’s Goat Conspiracy goat farm.
Collins received its Bicentennial Historical Marker on October 25th, 2019. The marker celebration included a reception to welcome friends of Collins from near and far, a dedication ceremony with an unveiling of the new marker, and an afterparty hosted by student historian Aaron Sizemore.
Collins Living-Learning Center is on the books for renovation, starting May 2020 and lasting through July 2021. While the buildings are closed, the LLC will be hosted in Foster-Shea.
Alyosha Gorshkov will be a scholar in residence this fall semester (first 8 weeks) at Collins Living-Learning Center, where he will teach a course (joint listed as REEI R-300) called "Russia Queer Politics and Gender Outlaws: Revolution or Devolution."
The 2017-18 edition of our literary and visual arts magazine, The Dancing Star, has won the top award for Best of Category for Novelty Books in the 2019 Great Lakes Graphic Association (GLGA) Print Competition.
Collins President and LLC Director named to College diversity and inclusion committee.
Collins LLC honored 72 Founders Scholars at the annual Celebration of Academics.
Introducing SustainCollins: Live and learn with like-minded students on Collins’ new Sustainability Floor
Beginning this fall, residents at Collins Living-Learning Center have an opportunity to live on a new sustainability floor.
Meet the student liaisons appointed to help make connections and collaborate with the cultural centers in our neighborhood.
This one day conference brings 25 distinguished alumni from the College of Arts + Sciences back to IU.
Collins is seeking nominations from fall seminar students for the Annual Carl H. Ziegler Teaching Award.
Collins is pleased to announce a new internship program for our students in self-governance and management, Internship in Student Self-Governance and Management (CLLC-X 273).