Keep Student Journalism Strong!

Keep Student Journalism Strong!

Indiana Daily Student Legacy Fund

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Goal: $3,000

From Indiana University Foundation:

The Indiana Daily Student has been changing lives of student journalists for more than 150 years – your support can keep it going into the future.

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Alumni and friends of the Indiana Daily Student created the Indiana Daily Student Legacy Fund to raise support for editorial operations at Indiana University student publications, including the IDS, Arbutus and Inside magazine. 

By making a gift today, you’ll join more than 300 supporters who have invested in the hands-on and collaborative learning experiences that prepare our students for bright careers. 

Your donation will help carry forward the decades-long tradition of excellence in student media at IU providing support for initiatives such as: 

  • Training opportunities for student journalists 
  • Development of new story forms that will keep content lively as journalism continues to change 
  • Travel expenses so student journalists can cover major events, such as national athletic championships and political conventions 
  • Need-based scholarships and other financial aid so that students can devote time to journalism 

Please donate to the Indiana Daily Student Legacy Fund today!

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Gifts will be administered by the Indiana University Foundation, which represents Indiana University, including the IU School of Medicine. This is not a gift to Indiana University Health, and the Indiana University Health Foundation will not play a role in administering these accounts.