IU launches seven year plan, what this means for IUPUIBy Tom Kraljic | April 25
Last Fall, Indiana University and Purdue University announced that the IUPUI campus would be splitting in two by Fall of 2024. In early April, the Indiana University Board of Trustees approved a seven-year plan for all their campuses, including the soon to be Indiana University-Indianapolis campus, which will be officially known as IUI, to give students an idea of what the future holds.
All the Stress Busters Events for Spring 2023By Ashley Wilson | April 23
With finals coming up, students deserve time to find rest and relaxation in the midst of stressful schedules. Check out these Stress Busters events, hosted by Student Affairs and the Health and Wellness Promotion.
Islam in IndianapolisBy Sahar Abdullah | April 22
Over the past month, Muslims around the world were unified through fasting from sunrise to sunset. Fasting is one the five pillars, or tenets, of Islam, alongside having faith in one God, praying five times a day, giving charity, and making the pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia (if one is physically, mentally and financially able to). There are many Hoosiers who participate in Ramadan. According to Indiana Historical Society Press, Muslim sects have established themselves in Indianapolis as early as 1926. Today, a culturally diverse Muslim population calls Indianapolis home. At IUPUI, the Muslim Student Association (MSA), Pakistani Student Association (PSA), Middle Eastern Student Association (MESA) and IUPUI International Club have all hosted iftars— meals consumed when breaking the fast, traditionally starting with a date or water and in a group setting— over the past month.