Never get bored

With thousands of public events each year, the Indiana Memorial Union has something for everyone. Watch the latest Hollywood blockbuster in the Union Board Film series, or roller skate in Alumni Hall during Late Nite. Hear lectures on topics like sustainability and civil rights, or sample international cuisine at World’s Fare.

No matter what you’re looking for, you’re bound to find an event at the IMU that fits your interests, schedule, and budget. Check out our event calendar to see what’s happening next.

Union Board Films

You can catch the latest movies on the big screen without leaving campus—and without breaking the bank—thanks to Union Board Films, the country’s longest-running college film series. The series, which first began in 1909, shows first-run films every weekend in the IMU’s Whittenberger Auditorium.

Admission is free for students (with student ID) and $2 for nonstudents. The general public is welcome to attend.

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Late Nite

If you’re a night owl, the IMU’s Late Nite events are right up your alley. Held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on most Fridays during the fall and spring semesters, Late Nite features activities that will entertain you into the early-morning hours, like live music performances and comedy shows, karaoke, trivia games, laser tag, arcade games, roller skating, table tennis, bungee trampolines, casino games, giant Jenga, DIY art projects, and more—all in the IMU.

IMU Coffeeshop series

The IMU Coffeeshop series offers free themed events each Thursday at 8:00 p.m. to celebrate the diverse interests and talents of IU community members.

  • 1st Thursday - Geek Night: With insight from professors and experts on various trending topics, this one-of-a-kind series by the IU Arts and Humanities Council offers something for everyone, not just the self-proclaimed "geek."  
  • 2nd Thursday - Global Music Night: Celebrate diversity and culture at this globally-inspired event. Experience international music for everyone’s taste, provided by IU community members!  
  • 3rd Thursday - Story Slam: Tell a story about your life! This open-mic night is an opportunity for students to share their life experiences. No storytelling background necessary.  
  • 4th Saturday- Jazz Night: Relax as Jacobs School of Music jazz students and faculty groove with soul. One question-- you like jazz?