1. Choose your game piece.
2. Roll the die and scroll accordingly.
3. If you land on a red square, roll again.
4. If you land on a white square, follow its instructions.
5. Roll the die again and continue until you reach the end.
This former IU president made the University into the diverse center for arts and culture it is today. But he’s not one to mess around with. The “B” is Herman B Wells probably stands for bulldozer because he will bulldoze down anyone who gets in the way of him winning this game.
You put your legs up against the multicolor lights outside the Eskenazi Museum of Art and check off an IU bucket list item. Move up three spaces.
You go to a campus gym or recreational center, move up three spaces and bask in the jealousy of your lethargic peers.
It was a nice day, so you decided to put your hammock over Jordan River. But you fell in. Move that soggy butt back three spaces.
You catch a performance at the IU Auditorium. Move up one space and enjoy the show.
You forgot to buy a Christmas tree and tried to cut one down from Dunn's Woods instead — until the police found you. Move back three spaces.
You skipped class for Little 500 and missed a pop quiz. Go back five spaces and hope there's extra credit later.
You hike through snow and freezing temperatures to get to an 8 a.m. class. Move up five spaces and continue being a model student.
You stuck your hand into a Venus flytrap at the Jordan Hall Greenhouse. But it never came out. Go back three spaces.
You set your alarm for 9 p.m., not 9 a.m., and now you’ve missed your final. Move back nine spaces and frantically email your professor.
You got to pet a dog, the goodest dog you’ve ever seen, while on the way to class. All is well in the world. Move up three spaces.
You pull an all-nighter at Wells. Move up five spaces, you poor, sleep-deprived shell of a human.
The plague has come. Your entire dorm is sick, and you're next. Move back five spaces and grab some tissues.
You tried to steal a giant fish sculpture from Showalter Fountain but got caught. Move back five spaces and make better life decisions.
You’re almost at graduation, but realize you forgot to take public oral communication. Go back 11 spaces, you poor Soul.
You’ve braved impossible deadlines, all-nighters and an endless slew of papers. But you made it. Now it’s time to venture out into the real world. Good luck, champ.