New Applied Theatre, Film and Television major sees enrollment success after one yearBy Katie Wiseman | March 21
During its inaugural year, the Applied Theatre, Film and Television program in the School of Liberal Arts has seen unexpected enrollment success. The new program makes IUPUI one of the only undergraduate programs in applied theater in the country, according to Kristine Karnick, chair of Communication Studies and founding director of the program.
DAPSO partners with domestic abuse safe haven Coburn PlaceBy Ashley Wilson | March 14
The Domestic Abuse Prevention Student Organization (DAPSO) is hosting an event called Dance the Night Away at Coburn Place on March 21 from 6-7 p.m. DAPSO was founded at IUPUI by Andrea Jacobson in September 2019.
OPINION: My disability is not your new personality traitBy Abby Godsen | March 14
A trend I have noticed on TikTok over the past few years is the upsweep in content discussing neurodiversity and what it is like to live with these diagnoses. However, one thing I have also noticed is the upsweep in neurotypical people jumping on the “neurodivergent bandwagon” claiming some of these conditions as their own, despite lacking a full understanding of what it means to live with them.