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Here at Yayasan Alumni IU Indonesia we host a handful of events every year, from the casual, serious, inspiring, to the unique ones. This particular event held on Aug 11, 2018, definitely fits into the latest. It was an event aimed to open our eyes to the vast kinds of Indonesian Wastra (the Sanskrit for cloth), from Batik, Songket, to Tenun. According to one of our speakers, K.R.T Fariz Harjanto IUPUI - BS 2013, they were called Wastra to distinguish them from regular cloths.
We were also amazed to see the vast collection of Wastra that Fariz and several attendees brought to the event. What's even more amazing is we learned that Indonesian Wastra is closely related to symbolism, which was used by the traditional generations to communicate visually.
Besides Fariz, there were also Micheline (IUB 2013) and Icha (IUB 2016) who shared useful styling tips for women using Wastra. Icha also shared with us her business "SAJE Jewelry" as well as a little bit of background story about how she started the business.
Fariz was also very kind to let some of his collection go for auction during the event. The proceeds were donated to the Yayasan.
Finally, we would like to thank Fariz, Icha and Michelin, as well as all IU alumni and even attendees not from the alumni. Did we also mention that there were also alumni members from other schools who attended?
Stay tuned to our instagram for our next events! We do look forward to meeting you again in our future events.
Go Hoosiers!!! #indianauniversity#iubloomington @iupui #hoosiers#iu @iubloomington
On Episode 3 of the #skillupbuildup podcast, Kofi speaks with Blair Milo on her role as the Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent, connecting job seekers and those looking to advance their skills with employers throughout the state in order to fill the estimated 1 million job openings expected in Indiana over the next 10 years. #allkillernofiller
In honor of my nieces @stacytanzler and @juliatanzler heading back to IU this week I am sharing this super cute red & white number! It is so fun in person, find it in my Etsy store. Hoo-hoo-hoo-HOOSIERS!!! Be Bold: #lasagnamadonna
This coffee table set took a little longer than I had anticipated but I learned a lot while doing it. 1. Hand planers are hard to use. 2. Wear a dust mask whiling planing and sanding. 3. Bigger shop is good. 4. 3 legs are better than 4. 5. Leave the painting and polyurethaning to my wife.
These horses really have your back during the balancing poses! 😂
Join us for Equiyoga Saturday August 25th and help us raise money for Summit Equestrian Center.
This is an ALL LEVELS yoga flow.
No prior yoga or riding experience necessary.
It’s an event you won’t want to miss! 🧘♀️🐎☀️
@cbbcenter Preseason Top 25
#25 : Indiana Hoosiers
Player to Watch: Romeo Langford
Why they are ranked here: The Hoosiers have not made an NCAA tournament appearance since the 2015-16 season when they were coached by Tom Crean, but this year could be the year they finally make it back. The biggest victory for Indiana this offseason was landing in-State 5-star Romeo Langford (7th overall recruit c/o 2018 via 247sports). The Hoosiers had the 10th overall recruiting class of the 2018 season (via 247sports) as they also landed 4-Stars Jerome Hunter, Damezi Anderson, Robert Phinisee, and 3-star Jake Forrester. Along with their top 10 recruiting class, Indiana is also returning 5 of their 7 top scorers. The Hoosiers can have positive results if Romeo Langford can step up as a freshman. I think this team is certainly heading in the right direction, and can make an appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
Do you think Indiana should be ranked higher, lower, or is this a good spot for them?