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Inspirations of IUPUI Student, Singer-Songwriter Myra Kivett

Myra Kivett grew up in a musical family– she describes music as something that is in her blood and something that she “always gravitated towards”.  Her most recently released song is her official debut single titled “Guys Like You,” which was recorded in Round Table Recording Studio in Broad Ripple. Kivett balances a full course load through IUPUI’s BA/MA program. Her schedule during the school year is often hectic with academics, so Kivett utilizes her summers to focus on music.  


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IUPUI Student Announces Campaign for City-County Council

On Monday, IUPUI student Nick Roberts announced his candidacy for Indianapolis City-County Council, representing District 4.Currently studying political science and economics, Roberts made headlines last year for his work addressing gerrymandering in Indiana. Now Roberts makes headlines for being one of the youngest candidates to run for city-county council.


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The Fight for Student Journalism at IUPUI

The Sagamore, IUPUI's old student-run news publication, ran from 1971 to 2009. It shuttered in 2009 for a number of reasons. The established difficulties of print journalism combined with administrative overreach produced a paper in an existential crisis - that lost its appeal to writers and readers. But it didn't have to happen. In fact, a former Sagamore editor successfully prevented it from shutting down thirty years before.


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IUPUI Hosts First Stuff Swap

Students gathered in the Campus Center Atrium to donate and swap out used items at the first ever Stuff Swap hosted by the Office of Sustainability and the Residence Hall Association (RHA).


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Students Take a Swing for St. Jude

TKE hosted their second annual Car Smash for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital on Wednesday. Students had the opportunity to wield a sledgehammer or baseball bat to smash an old black Pontiac Sunfire and partake in burgers, chips, or a drink.


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Engineering Students Collaborate with Indy

As the end of the academic year inches closer, many seniors at IUPUI are completing their last round of classes which oftentimes include capstone projects. In the case of mechanical engineering students, this project involves coordinating and collaborating with organizations around Indianapolis.


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The Struggle to Find Childcare at IUPUI

Being a parent is a difficult task. Balancing an academic workload on top of that can make things even more challenging. 1,662 IUPUI students indicated on their FAFSA application that they had at least one dependent in 2020. Many struggle to find childcare. Many have suggested Indiana University should step in to provide childcare subsidies, but a cooperative childcare organization on campus might help where subsidies cannot. 


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The Best Places to Cry on Campus

It is finals week again, and as you walk out of your last test for your hardest class, the emotions hit you. There is no chance you passed that final and now your GPA is in the dumpster. The water works are coming and you need a place to let it all out quietly and without anyone noticing, so where do you go? Here is the list you never knew you needed: the best places to cry on the IUPUI campus. 

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