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More Than Just a Boat Race

It’s 10:30 a.m., typically obstreperous students are eerily serious on the Indianapolis canal, some pacing, others gathered in huddles talking strategy. They’re gearing up for a long-awaited yearly canoe race down the man-made canal. It’s Regatta Day.  Beginning in 2009, the IUPUI Regatta is ...


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IUPUI's "Battleships" is for You and the Kids

As summer comes to a close, time by the pool decreases as the use of academic planners increases. However, this commonly inverse relationship is challenged during the annual Regatta week event hosted by Jagathon. This year, the activity known as "Battleships" was hosted in the Natatorium. The proceeds ...


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Gardner out as men’s basketball coach, Rimm named as interim

IUPUI men’s basketball coach Jason Gardner, who was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated Monday morning, resigned on Tuesday. Gardner was arrested in Hamilton Country early Monday morning. On Tuesday, IUPUI stated that Gardner and the university “have mutually agreed ...


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Man on the Street: IUPUI Expanding

Students have a bit of change to look forward to for the upcoming school year as IUPUI expresses plans for some architectural advancements on campus. The Indiana University Board of trustees approved the move for a new Multidisciplinary research and classroom building to hit IUPUI's campus. This new ...


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Man on the Street: Alcohol Awareness Month

Students are pushing through April with their textbooks tight in grip, study guides on their desk and summer on their minds as finals grow near. Summer presents many opportunities for the student body of IUPUI. Of course many of these opportunities include walks in the woods and fun in the sand. Others ...


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De-stress Before Your Tests With The Help of IUPUI

Ahhh yes, here we are again, beloved finals week. College students across the country are gearing up for one of, if not the most, stressful weeks of their semester. From overly-clenched buttcheeks, to caffeine binges and sleep-deprived zombies roaming campus, we have all experienced and witnessed the ...


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Opinion: Power, Place and Privilege

As I stare down my own graduation, I cannot help but feel I owe IUPUI everything. My mother’s decision to get a nursing degree from IUPUI in the 1990s was hers alone. But this university’s accessibility helped her to enter the medical field and become the primary breadwinner of my family. My status ...


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IUPUI 2018-19 Athletics Wrap-Up

Hopes were high for success across the board as IUPUI began the 2018-2019 athletic year. And why wouldn’t they be? The women’s soccer team was coming off of the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance. The volleyball team reached the NIT in 2017-18. The women’s basketball team seemed to have ...


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Matt Bos Stepping Down as IUPUI Swimming Coach

For the third time in school history, IUPUI will be looking for a new men’s and women’s head swimming coach. This comes after Matt Bos, who’s been head coach the last eight years, announced his resignation due to family relocation, which is effective May 10. Hired on May 24, 2011, Coach Bos ...


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Know Your Status: IUPUI's HIV/STI Testing

According to aids.gov, over 1.1 million people in the U.S. are living with HIV. Amongst these 1 million, an estimated 51% (31,300) people aged 13-24 living with HIV didn’t know. Amid this group of 13-24 who were diagnosed with HIV in 2013, 78% were linked to care within 3 months—the lowest rate ...


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Rugby Captain Ushers in Era of Success

“Rugby is more than just a sport. It’s a lifestyle, actually.” Levi Hawk, a junior studying social studies and special education at IUPUI, is all about rugby. He has played for twelve years. Hawk got into the sport because he wanted to play something other than baseball in the spring. He had ...


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Opinion: IU Day Feels Pointless at IUPUI

IU Day comes but once a year, thank goodness. Attending IUPUI means attending a school with a unique campus culture and history that’s still a satellite of Bloomington. Call me jaded or boring, but I’m not a fan of celebrating IU Day when not only is the campus more than just IU, it has a rich urban ...


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College Mentors for Kids Paves the Way for Bright Futures

At the IUPUI Campus Center, college students and elementary school children sit together in pairs, bent over picture books, pausing in between pages to chat and laugh. When the children stumble over words, their mentors act as patient guides, providing gentle corrections and words of encouragement. ...


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Review: The Price of Progress

“The Price of Progress: The IUPUI/Indiana Avenue Story” play existed for the explicit purpose of starting a dialogue about the relationship IUPUI has with the history of the neighborhood it displaced. Part of the 50 year anniversary, this play prompted interesting questions as to how the university ...


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April Recognizes Sexual Assault Awareness

Sexual Assault Prevention, Intervention, & Response (SAPIR) Task Force, is a coordinating council that plays a key role in making the campus a safer place. Every April, SAPIR offers a month of events dedicated to Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). This year’s SAAM campaign focuses on the power ...


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“The Price of Progress” Play Preview

The near west side of Indianapolis has a rich, predominately African-American history that precedes IUPUI by a century. To celebrate the campus’ half-century milestone and these community roots, the Multicultural Center has produced the play “The Price of Progress: The Indiana Avenue/IUPUI Story.” ...


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Jagathon: A History

Hundreds of people from different backgrounds, different cultures, and different beliefs gather in the Campus Center of IUPUI each year for one reason: for the kids. With their sore legs and stretched smiles, everyone stands, fights, and dances for the children struggling at the Riley Hospital for Children ...


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