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 ...

Student Life


Over the past two weeks, between this blog and the previous one, Indy weather has changed more times than I care to count. From bright sunny days with highs of around 60 degrees Fahrenheit to windy cold days that are barely above freezing the next. Now I mean the British weather is notorious for being ...


The Taylor Symposium, Anthropology Style

On Thursday,Feb.15, IUPUI’s anthropology department presented the 29th Taylor Symposium, “Invisible Indianapolis: Race and Heritage in the Circle City.” Before the luncheon Excellence in Diversity Awards and keynote speaker, attendees saw the city and anthropology through a new perspective. Responsibility ...


International Festival Celebrates Culture at IUPUI

As a public college in an urban setting, IUPUI has over 20,000 students, each with different diversities and cultures. According to the 2016 IUPUI diversity report, 10 percent of students are African American, 4 percent are Asian American, 6 percent are Hispanic or Latinx and 4 percent are international ...


Bringing Culture to IUPUI

Almost every Friday from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., International Club, more commonly known as I-Club, hosts a Culture Hour in which international students from across the world deliver presentations about their home countries. I-Club offers Culture Hour as an initiative to allow all students who would ...


IUPUI Students React to Retiring the Indians Logo

On Jan. 29, 2018, the Cleveland Indians baseball team announced that beginning in the 2019 season, the controversial ‘Chief Wahoo’ logo would no longer be worn on the field by the players. They did, however, say the logo would still be sold on team apparel. While that isn’t the ideal situation ...


Campus Safety: Winter Edition

It’s that time of year again: the temperatures are dropping, the snowflakes are falling and all student eyes are on IUPUI’s social media to see if campus has been cancelled. Winter has arrived in Indianapolis. IUPUI, unlike our sister school in Bloomington, is considered a commuter campus. What ...

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