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Share Your Story

The campus is invited to share their stories (and artifacts) by participating in video-recorded oral history interviews. “I AM IUN” aims to create an empowering space for campus members to share diverse life stories that contribute to a greater sense of belonging, while also preserving our collective campus history.

All are welcome to share; students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Your stories will be preserved and shared by your IUN Archives.  Our stories, identities, memories, family histories, and experiences help shape who we are as a community. Sharing may include a specific memory of campus or discussing your family history.

Schedule an Interview:

Use the Booking link to schedule a date and time that works with your schedule. Interviews will take place in CISTL’s AMP Space or the Archives, both are located on the 3rd floor of the library and will be conducted by student volunteers. 

IU Northwest Oral History Program

This project was made possible through the collaboration and support of the Archives, Anderson Library, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (ODEMA), the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CISTL), The Office of Marketing and Communications, Student Government Association, Student Affairs, IUN faculty, and student volunteers.