Friday, Nov 4th
Theme: IU East Gear Day
Red Wolves fans and the campus community are encouraged to wear their swag.
Decorate a Wolf:
Contest for students, faculty and staff. Stop by the Office of External Affairs in Springwood Hall, Room 103, to pick a wolf to decorate. Once decorated, bring the wolf to External Affairs for judging by 1 p.m. on Wednesday, November 9.
First Bank Richmond Classic: 2 p.m. Student Events Center
The women's basketball team hosts Concordia University. Students can join the Howl Crowd for Crimson Night and receive a free t-shirt.
Saturday, Nov 5th
First Bank Richmond Classic:
Winning bracket and consolation games. The women’s basketball team will also host an Alumni Gathering during the game on Saturday.
Monday, Nov 7th
Theme: Dress for Zoom Meeting Day
Monday Madness: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m in the Graf Center, located in Springwood Hall.
During the student event, activities include the Homecoming long sleeve shirt giveaway and free food. Faculty and staff may also pick up their Homecoming shirts during this time, with limited quantities available.
Tuesday, Nov 8th
Theme: Homecoming T-Shirt Day
Men’s Basketball game: 7 p.m. Lingle Court at Student Events Center
The men’s basketball team will have its season home opening game as the Red Wolves host Goshen College. Students can join the Howl Crowd for Black Out Night and receive a free t-shirt.
Wednesday, Nov 9th
Theme: Crazy Socks or Crazy Tie Day
Faculty and Staff Homecoming Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Whitewater Hall Lobby.
A Thanksgiving Food Pantry Collection is being held as part of the luncheon. Faculty and staff are encouraged to bring items to the luncheon based on their office building location: Whitewater Hall includes dressing, stuffing or mac and cheese; Hayes Hall instant potatoes or gravy; Tom Raper Hall desert mix or boxed desert; and Springwood Hall canned vegetables.
Thursday, Nov 10th
Theme: Flannel Day
Homecoming All Campus and Alumni Bonfire: 7-9 p.m. at the Hayes Hall Patio area, behind the building.
Activities include a DJ, Fire/LED performers and free food.
Admission to Red Wolves basketball games for students, faculty and staff is free with a CrimsonCard. General admission cost is $7 per person, and students ages K-12 are free. For the full First Bank Richmond Tournament schedule, visit iueredwolves.com.