Student Life

Downtown restaurants prepare for March Madness surge

Restaurants across downtown Indianapolis are expecting big crowds throughout the rest of the month as the March Madness Tournament begins in the coming weeks. Navigating this spectacle in the midst of a pandemic is going to be new for many businesses downtown expecting to see a surge in sales since ...


Single Mother struggles to adapt to public-school shutdown

Single mother Lisa W. struggles to adapt to the public-school shutdown as her special needs daughter is deprived of a necessary education.  Lisa’s daughter Yonnie suffers from cerebral palsy and uses an alternative communication device at home. Yonnie receives physical therapy, occupational therapy, ...

Student Life

IUPUI Parking Permits To Become Virtual

IUPUI parking passes will soon undergo a transformation as the campus loses the plastic permits and goes virtual.  Parking and Transportation Services will be changing from parking passes to a license plate recognition system in order to enhance customer experience, simplify the permit renewal process, ...

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10 of the Best-Selling Books by Black Authors

February is Black History Month, but we should read and celebrate Black stories every day of the year. Written by activists, artists, writers, scholars and leaders, here are 10 of the best-selling books by Black authors to add to your reading list.   I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya ...

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IUPUI Study Abroad Opportunities Still Up in the Air

IUPUI students hoping to study abroad in 2021 should remain flexible in their plans and watch for updates from the Office of Overseas Study in the coming weeks. In a Feb. 11 statement, the department encouraged students to postpone study abroad in the summer and fall semesters altogether if they are ...

Student Life

The New Norm to Dorm Living

North Hall is taking severe precautions to keep COVID-19 under control and have residents living in safe conditions. Students are required to get tested twice a week at the Campus Center in room 450. Results come back within 24-48 hours.  Michaela Driver, a Residential Assistant at North Hall, says ...

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10 of the most inspiring black women

Throughout the last year, the under-appreciation and mistreatment of African Americans in government and other places of power have been recognized and fought against. Each February, Black History Month gives a chance for us to celebrate, acknowledge and appreciate African Americans and look back on ...

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The Future for IUPUI Post-Pandemic

Uncertainty remains across the nation as Covid-19 continues to surge across the United States, but efforts by Indiana University to mitigate further spread could provide clarity regarding the future of college campuses. Back in May, when Indiana’s peak amount of daily coronavirus cases was still ...

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CAPS helping students through COVID-19 and Finals stress

The recent election is one of the most important and controversial we have seen in many years. As a generation of young adults that longs to see change and make a difference, our voice is more important than ever. This is a crazy hard year for everyone as we fight through social movements and a pandemic. ...

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Speaker's Lab Struggles with COVID-19 adjustments

The freshman did not like the idea of stepping into Cavanaugh Hall’s quiet basement and wasting his time on crafting a silly speech. But the thought of not passing his speech class was scary. So off he went looking for hope. He stepped into the brightly lit Speaker’s Lab, which was so different ...

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