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The Fight for Student Journalism at IUPUI

The Sagamore, IUPUI's old student-run news publication, ran from 1971 to 2009. It shuttered in 2009 for a number of reasons. The established difficulties of print journalism combined with administrative overreach produced a paper in an existential crisis - that lost its appeal to writers and readers. But it didn't have to happen. In fact, a former Sagamore editor successfully prevented it from shutting down thirty years before.

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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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IUPUI Twins Create a Fashion Community Amidst Pandemic

Fashion club has been vibing and thriving during the pandemic thanks to the Martens twins leadership. Skylar Martens, a senior at IUPUI, had the original idea to start a fashion club and her twin Hope hopped on the train for support. Originally meant to begin last March, the fashion club’s foundation ...

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Vaccination Numbers Increase, Indiana Lifts Mask Mandate

Indiana’s mask mandate has been lifted, but face coverings will not be leaving everyday life anytime soon. Gov. Eric Holcomb announced March 23 that the statewide mask mandate would end on Tuesday, April 6. However, local governments, such as Marion and Johnson counties, can continue to enforce their ...

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