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Wearing a mask will become optional on IUPUI‘s campus beginning this week.With Gov. Holcomb’s Executive Order 22-02 likely to be the last of 23 consecutive extensions, Indiana’s public health emergency is nearing its end. Indiana University and its affiliated campuses plan on following suit.Per ...


COLUMN: Labhopping with Dr. Wade Clapp

When seeking career advice, most people might ask their coworkers, friends, or family. Me? I decided to ask the Physician-in-Chief and Chair of Pediatrics at Riley Hospital. As I was searching for a lab to do my Life Health Sciences Internship, I discovered Dr. Wade Clapp and the research he was doing ...


The Candidates Who Applied for Chancellor of IUPUI

With Chancellor Nasser Paydar’s retirement approaching, the search for his replacement is well underway. Here are the four candidates who are being considered for the role.Candidate A: Ashwani MongaAshwani Monga earned his Ph.D. in marketing at the University of Minnesota. Monga is currently provost ...

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SAPB makes college life happen

Whether you are looking for an energetic organization to join or for something exciting to participate in around campus, the Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB) is here to develop creative event opportunities. SAPB is a student-led, faculty-advised organization that plans and executes free ...

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Registration begins for the Spring 2022 semester

Starting on October 25 and running until November 5, students may begin registering for classes for the Fall 2022 semester. Students should have received an email early in October with their enrollment date, but this information can also be found in your Student Center. Students should begin registering ...

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The Other Pandemic: Student Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on student mental health, with anxiety and depression increasing significantly.Julie Lash, director of IUPUI’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) since 2007, said that while depression and anxiety have been the most common concerns in students ahead ...

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COLUMN: Labhopping with Dr. Susan Walsh

It's time to go Labhopping! Join Jacob Stewart and Laura Cross as they sit down with Dr. Susan Walsh as they discuss how she first became fascinated with science, her career and her DNA/Phenotype Lab.There is nothing like a fire drill on a rainy day to bring two people together. As I was setting ...

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