IUPUI Hacks: Decoding the Programming Language

Dr. Spencer Lourens, Ph.D. and Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at the IUPUI Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health is passionate about the programming language, R, and he wants to share that enthusiasm and excitement with IUPUI students. R, an open-source programming language, will be the ...


School of Engineering and Technology Receive NSF Grant

Big changes are in store for the School of Engineering and Technology thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation. In an effort to increase collaboration and “STEM identity,” the school partnered with the University of Memphis and the University of Colorado at Denver to write a proposal ...


Battleships: Registration Open for Charity Competition

Registration is currently open for the upcoming Battleships competition from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at the IUPUI Natatorium Competition Pool. The object of the competition is for one team to sink the other team’s canoe while trying to stay afloat themselves. After a series of ...


Harm Reduction Drive at IUPUI

For us students, a backpack is just a way of holding our laptops and expressing our styles. For them, a backpack is a portable home. For Dr. Carrie Foote, a backpack can be a way of connecting our communities through service. This marks the first year of the Harm Reduction Program Supply Drive, run ...

Student Life

Paw's Pantry Relocates and Gets Major Upgrade

Since 2013, Paw’s Pantry has been stuck in the back corner of the Campus Center, virtually unseen unless you were on your way to a parking lot most people don’t even use, waiting for a visitor. Or a volunteer. Anything. On a mission to help food insecurity within the IUPUI community, most students ...

Student Government

Pay for USG Leaders Debated

The leading members of the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) at IUPUI unveiled a preview of this semester’s proposed budget before a gathering of student senator-elects. The money allocated for paying the USG leadership proved to be controversial. “If I’m doing the math right, over half ...


Letter from the Editor: Welcome Back!

Now that we’re all (hopefully) used to our schedules, gone into debt buying textbooks and have sufficiently boozed, we can officially say that the semester is in full swing. That being said, welcome back, Jags! I’m excited to begin my senior year as Editor-in-Chief of The Campus Citizen. The editorial ...

Student Government

Less Plastic, More Pads: The USG's Plans

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) at IUPUI plans to reduce plastic usage and make menstrual products more widely available on campus. “We’re looking at ways to phase out the use of plastic products on campus, such as plastic silverware,” said USG Director of Initiatives Joshua Bell. ...


Celebrating National Poetry Month at University Library

The month of April, also known as National Poetry Month, brought another year of performances, writing prompts and fair competition amongst poets all over the country. Poetry Month never fails to enrich our understanding and appreciation of clever wordplay, competitive slam and the raw quality of the ...


Students Bid Farewell to Spring Semester at Jagapalooza

It’s almost the end of another spring semester at IUPUI, and what better way to celebrate than a carnival? The IUPUI Traditions Board is hosting the 6th annual Jagapalooza carnival on Friday, April 27 from 5 p.m. to midnight at the North Hall Parking Lot (Lot 71), across the street from the North ...

Student Government

USG President Vows Election Reform

The president of the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) said that he supported legislation which would require vote distribution by candidate to be publicly released. As previously reported, the USG does not share the number or percent of votes that each candidate receives in student government ...


Student Elections Lack Transparency

The student president of the senate for the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) at IUPUI dismissed concerns about transparency and voter turnout in student elections in an interview Thursday, April 5. USG organizers provide estimates of total votes cast and the winners for student government elections ...


Jaguar Sports: Looking Beyond the Horizon

IUPUI is known for many interesting, unique features like the annual Regatta and our increasingly diverse student population. Athletics, however, are not at the top of that list. IUPUI has recently joined the Horizon League athletic conference and the IUPUI athletic department is hopeful that this promotion ...


Annual Dance Marathon Returns to IUPUI

Jags, lace up your dancing shoes. It’s time to get your feet moving and do some good for your community. The 16th annual Jagathon: Dance Marathon returns to IUPUI on Saturday, March 3 at noon and continues through Sunday, March 4 at 3 a.m. at the IUPUI Campus Center. “Jagathon is the largest ...

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