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Opinion: The Push to Pardon Snowden

As Donald Trump’s inauguration grows nearer, citizens ought to push President Obama to pardon whistleblower Edward Snowden. By Breanna Cooper The 2016 election certainly caused a stir. We now have a President-elect who has been recorded bragging about grabbing women by their genitals, who has promised ...


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Remembering George Harrison: 15 Years Later

Despite his reputation as 'the quiet Beatle,' George Harrison had an uncomparable impact on the world of music. Here's a look back at his life and legacy. By Breanna Cooper 2016 has been a rough year for rock fans. From the death of greats such as David Bowie and Prince to Black Sabbath finishing ...


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Let’s Talk About: David Bowie’s 'No Plan'

On what would have been David Bowie's 70th birthday, a previously unreleased single and music video looks at the darkest, and inevitable, part of life while incorporating a sense of beauty and hopefulness uncommon for the subject matter. By Breanna Cooper January 8, 2017: On what would have been David ...


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Culture

A Warning to Consumers

The latest information acquired and shared by Wikileaks points to government surveillance. By Breanna Cooper When people camp out for the latest technology, they may be getting more than they bargained for. The latests releases from WikiLeaks, known as “Vault 7,” allege that the CIA may be hacking ...


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Local

Fiesta Indianapolis Celebrates Culture

By Lynzi Stringer The aromas of sweet churros and savory elotes – corn on the cob topped with mayonnaise and lime, dance through the hot, humid mid-September air. Nearby children scream, hitting a piñata with all their might, hoping to find candy and prizes showering down onto their heads. Meanwhile, ...


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Re-Generation Indy Celebrates Creativity

By Lynzi Stringer Re-Generation Indy is a group of local artists who teach art workshops and hold youth art shows. According to their official website, their primary focus for these workshops is youth artists, but they want to spread creativity to all generations, and also work with artists who are ...


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Behind the Drunk Knight

By Lynzi Stringer Viral video character The Drunk Knight is taking Facebook – or, um, Gotham, by storm. From tackling an ice cream man under the drunken assumption that he was DC Comics villain Mr. Freeze, to personally addressing the country’s recent clown epidemic, there is no challenge too ...


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Ash Rock Brings Musicians Together

By Lynzi Sringer A four-piece band of talented and industrious young teenagers rock the stage at all-age recreational center and music venue, Ben and Ari’s. If I Was Royalty plays out their original song, “Sweet Insomnia” with strong and raspy vocals, a hard-hitting beat and bass line, and grungy, ...


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International Festival Brings Cultures and Communities Together

The International Festival provides students with the opportunity to experience foreign cultures, food, and local community. By Paris Garnier For one day each year, IUPUI’s Office of International Affairs goes all out to celebrate what it does each day. Thursday marked the 12th annual International ...


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Film Review: “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”

“Rogue One” is an integral part in the Star Wars universe, but nevertheless a strong story in its own right. By Paris Garnier Finally, a Star Wars film that doesn’t directly involve a single person named Skywalker. The first of its kind, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” focuses on characters ...


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A Chat with Chris Bowman of Bad Suns

Alternative rock is known for being introspective, heavy in metaphor, and quirky. The breakout Los Angeles-based group Bad Suns fits that model to a T. By Paris Garnier Bad Suns got their start touring with artists like Halsey and The 1975. They made a name for themselves with the single “Cardiac ...


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Culture

Hoosiers Rally for Charlottesville

August 14, 2017 Breanna Cooper On Saturday, August 12, a “Unite the Right” protest in Charlo Charlottesville, Va., took over mainstream news outlets. Adorned with swastikas and carrying torches, the protesters made their way to the University of Virginia, where they were met with counter protesters. ...


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Top Spots for Freshmen Under 21

September 18, 2015 Paris Garnier Of all college students, freshmen have it the worst. Unfamiliar environments, faces, and scheduling can be overwhelming and finding a place to relax or hang out with friends can be difficult while underage. But never fear, college newbies: there are plenty of spots ...


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Culture

The Purr-fect Cup Cat Café

February 12, 2016 Shay Henderson This past Sunday, Cats Haven hosted its free “Purr-fect Cup Cat Café” event where kitty enthusiast could sip on hot beverages, eat sweet treats, snuggle up with new furry friends, and even adopt one. Located on 2603 N. College Ave., Cats Haven is home to over ...


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Culture

Breweries New and Old Come Together at Winterfest 2017

February 6, 2017 Casey Kenworthy Over 100 Hoosier breweries, both new and old, gathered together to give spectators a taste of their signature brews during Saturday’s ninth annual Winterfest. Centerpoint Brewing, located in the Circle City Industrial Complex, was the newest of all the breweries ...


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Culture

Full Circle With Square Cat Vinyl

Tucked between a strip of local shops on Virginia Avenue, Square Cat Vinyl is the quintessential Fountain Square store, offering the promise of local culture and music to the community. The recently opened business is a trove of records, local music, beer, and wine. As one of the only record stores ...


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