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Eva Kor at the Indiana Historical Society

Remembering the Holocaust Through Eva Kor

Antisemitism, or Jewish hatred, can be traced back to the third century. This racial hostility toward the Jewish community has been a consistent theme throughout history, and perhaps the largest and most well-known antisemitic period is the Holocaust.  The Indiana Historical Society museum in Indianapolis is bringing awareness and remembrance towards the recent revival of Jewish hatred with their new exhibit, “Eva Kor from Auschwitz to Indiana.” Eva Kor, Auschwitz survivor and Jewish activist, voices her experiences in the concentration camps and how these persecutions forever changed her life.

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Strolling Through the Gardens of Indianapolis

The Spring 2023 semester is coming to an end. Fall 2023 courses are opening up for registration, and professors are discussing exams. However, Spring also brings in beautiful, warm, sunny days and clear blue skies. With these weather conditions, many of the gardens and parks of Indianapolis are in bloom. 


A Museum for Broken Hearts and Broken Relationships

Located in Eskenazi Hall in the Herron School of Art and Design building, the Museum of Broken Relationships is open to all visitors for free, not just students or faculty. The gallery shares images into heartbreak from the local area of Indiana as well as from across the world.

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A Trip to the Eiteljorg Museum

Located within walking distance from IUPUI is the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. It is one of the major art museums located in Indianapolis and is home to paintings, sculptures, clothing and more.The Eiteljorg Museum seeks to reward IUPUI students who are looking to enrich themselves in cultures different from their own by giving them an opportunity to do so for free.

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Stress Relief Session at the Indianapolis Nine Lives Cat Café

Researchers have found that animal connection helps relieve stress; the Nine Lives Cat Café assists in this manner. The café is located ten minutes from campus in the Fountain Square area. The cat café has seen over 1,500 adoptions, and there is no shortage of stories ending with a happy ever after for cats that are worth sharing.  

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