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A Healthy Time of the Month for All

November 10, 2017 Paris Garnier A 36-count box of Tampax tampons costs about $6.99, plus tax. This is money that some people, particularly college students, do not always have. But on Monday, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., anyone who came through the Multicultural Center Lounge could help themselves ...


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IUPUI to Hold Auditions for Spring 2018 Play, Clybourne Park

October 6, 2017 Stephen Brinkerhoff Auditions for IUPUI’s Spring 2018 play, Clybourne Park, will take place Tuesday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.and Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Cavanaugh Hall Room 003. Clybourne Park is a continuation of the play Raisin in the Sun, both of which feature themes ...


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Prevention and  Progress

The 25th Indianapolis AIDS Walk brings community together to end the stigma. By Breanna Cooper In the 1980s, a positive HIV test result signaled the beginning of the end. Within months, the infected individual whittled away to skin and bones, developing sores and awful bouts of pneumonia. From 1981 ...


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Ninth Annual IUPUI Regatta Sets Sail This Saturday

September 22, 2017 Brent Herman “Community, excitement, competition.” These are the words chosen by IUPUI senior Nick Delgado when asked to describe his experience at a previous IUPUI Regatta. Nick is a health and information management major who had nothing but good things to say about the event. This ...


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Parking Conditions: A Jaguar Eats Jaguar World

September 22, 2017 Drew Hansen There are approximately 8,100 parking spots available to students on campus. The Parking and Transportation Services sells around 16,000 total parking passes to students. Even a wide eyed freshman could tell you that math doesn’t add up. Now obviously not all students ...


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Young Hoosiers Stand Up and Speak Out

Families filled the Indianapolis International Airport to protest President Trump’s immigration ban. By Breanna Cooper Since his inauguration just over a week ago, citizens opposing the policies and executive orders imposed by President Trump have been taking to the streets to protest what they ...


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Opinion

Opinion: Where We Go From Here

In a time of global uncertainty, the time for ethical journalism is now. By Breanna Cooper If you’re lucky, there will be a time in your life when you find something you’re passionate about. I was fortunate enough to find that passion early on. It started when I wrote my first story for Ben Davis ...


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Keeping Indianapolis Beautiful with RUN(317)

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and RUN(317) collaborated to create a fun, and friendly environment to raise money and awareness about the environment. By Leighann Strollo 10/23/15 The air was warm, with a slight breeze blowing through downtown Indianapolis. Despite the cold that come in the evenings ...


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Banded Tuition Costs More Than Just Money

With a new flat rate tuition being implemented in the 2016-2017 school year, IUPUI students taking less than 15 credits a semester will end up paying for nothing. By Leighann Strollo 1/29/16 If there is one thing that almost all college students have in common, it’s that they are poor. If they don’t ...


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Rising Cost of College Leaving Many Students in the Dark

IUPUI is just one of many universities around the country misinforming students about where exactly their money goes when the bursar office takes it. By Leighann Strollo 1/27/17 It is no question that the rising cost of attending a university has affected the modern day college student. Some take ...


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OneStart Retirement Raises Anticipation and Questions

With OneStart retiring, and IU schools making the full switch to One.IU, many students are left with a sense of confusion, and annoyance.  By Leighann Strollo 10/23/15 On Wednesday, October 21, the online student center OneStart was officially retired from all Indiana University campuses, IUPUI included. ...


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Students and Faculty Chafe as Construction Continues

March 3, 2017 Jerome Bingham As students and faculty enter Michigan Street on the IUPUI campus. They will notice the street is full of orange barrels, dump trucks, and fencing lines. These signs of construction are going to be common sight for the next eight months on campus. The plan to turn Michigan ...


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