Abby Godsen

Abigail Godsen (she/her) is a sophomore majoring in Applied Information Sciences with a minor in Classics. She is a reporter, podcast co-host and Lead Copy Editor for The Campus Citizen. When she isn’t writing, Abby likes to cook, do crossword puzzles and drink a lot of tea. She can be summoned using tea, cardigans and books (according to her roommate Jackie). 


What the vote of no confidence means for the future of IUPUI

On April 16, a vote of no confidence presented by Bloomington’s Faculty Council will be held against IU’s current president, Pamela Whitten, provost, Rahul Shrivastav and vice provost of faculty and academic affairs, Carrie Docherty. As IUPUI approaches a pivotal point in its history with the split, the unrest within leadership could disturb the continued cultivation of IUPUI’s campus. 


Q&A with Chancellor Latha Ramchand

On Feb. 12, Latha Ramchand officially took her place as the inaugural chancellor of IU Indianapolis. She met with students, faculty and staff at a welcome reception, and had meetings with various groups on campus. Among her other activities, The Campus Citizen was invited to interview Ramchand on her ...

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Indy Gay Market empowers queer scene in Indianapolis

Big Gay Halloween is one market in a continuing series of installments, allowing local queer artists and vendors to showcase their work. The initial goal behind the creation of the first market in July 2021 was to expand upon safe spaces for the LGBTQ+ community in Indianapolis.  


Women in the tech industry: Advancing in a male dominated field

Editor's Note: The Women in Tech Networking Brunch was coordinated, planned and run by Karley Clayton, Director of Luddy Indianapolis Career Services, not Women in Technology student organization. Although, members of Women in Tech were present at the event.Across many different fields, individuals ...

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OPINION: Book Bans from the POV of a Future Librarian

A large part of what we do as students is read. From elementary school to college, reading is a fundamental part of our education. However, many states have imposed severe book bans in schools, including literature related to race, gender and sexuality. As a future librarian, I am of the mind that states should not be imposing book bans in this way, as it limits our education system. 

Grace Purichia, Emily Alan, and Maia Long Celebrate

IUPUI women's volleyball early season recap

IUPUI’s volleyball team starts the season with six wins and five losses thus far. Despite starting with a lead in their first few games, the Jags fell hard at the Coyote Classics losing 3-0 to South Florida, South Dakota and Drake. They made a comeback winning 3-1 to Southern Indiana and continued ...

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