Celebrates the 1820-1970 sesquicentennial of Indiana University by surveying its history and current programs. Points out the admission of women and students from other countries. Covers the development of the schools of music, medicine, education, business, and law, as well as the growth of the College of Arts and Sciences. Features brief scenes of the five regional campuses and of various athletic programs. Includes footage of Chancellor Herman B Wells, former President Elvis J. Stahr, and current President Joseph Sutton.
Director, W. Howard Levie ; script, David Keller ; photography, Philip Stockton ; original music, James J. Pellerite, George Gaber, Wallace Hornibrook.
DVD copy available.
Gift to the IUB Libraries from Instructional Support Services.