What the vote of no confidence means for the future of IUPUI

On April 16, a vote of no confidence presented by Bloomington’s Faculty Council will be held against IU’s current president, Pamela Whitten, provost, Rahul Shrivastav and vice provost of faculty and academic affairs, Carrie Docherty. As IUPUI approaches a pivotal point in its history with the split, the unrest within leadership could disturb the continued cultivation of IUPUI’s campus. 


Get ready to change the world: Nonprofit Expo 2024

For IUPUI students who are interested in creating meaningful change within their community, the 2024 Nonprofit Expo is an advantageous opportunity to explore internships, employment openings and volunteer positions with nonprofit organizations. This event will take place on Wednesday, March 27 from ...


Highlighting the SDO Show

Students in the interior design program gathered for this year’s Student Design Organization (SDO) Show held at the Campus Center on Feb. 26 as students got to connect with professionals in the interior design industry while the show also featured several activities. 


Q&A with Chancellor Latha Ramchand

On Feb. 12, Latha Ramchand officially took her place as the inaugural chancellor of IU Indianapolis. She met with students, faculty and staff at a welcome reception, and had meetings with various groups on campus. Among her other activities, The Campus Citizen was invited to interview Ramchand on her ...

IUPUI students have access to a variety of healthcare services. Photo courtesy of IU Health.

Healthcare services every student should know about

IUPUI offers many health services for students feeling under the weather physically, but many may not know that they also provide resources for mental and reproductive health.Indiana University has partnered with TimelyCare, a virtual mental health service through which all IU students have free access ...

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