Ashley Wilson is a junior double majoring in Creative Writing and Journalism with a minor in Classical Studies at IUPUI. She is the Campus Editor of The Campus Citizen.
Two new exhibitions opened at Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI on March 22. “Pen Pals” was created by Sydney Craig, a professor of the foundations program, and Jared Cru Smith, the sculpture facilities manager. “It’s the only life that I’ve ever known” was curated by Robert Horvath, a painting professor.
The Domestic Abuse Prevention Student Organization (DAPSO) is hosting an event called Dance the Night Away at Coburn Place on March 21 from 6-7 p.m. DAPSO was founded at IUPUI by Andrea Jacobson in September 2019.
Insomnia Cookies opened near IUPUI Campus in the strip mall by Lockefield Gardens and the Avenue. They held their grand opening on Jan. 14 giving away gift bags with coupons and other items during the event.
Student readings at IUPUI have existed in a variety of different spaces and forms over the years, but have continued to run with the purpose of allowing students to share their creative works. At readings, students are welcome to share their poetry, fiction and musical works.
The Office of the Chancellor has announced a new initiative, the Chancellor’s Student Mental Health Council, which began accepting applications on Dec. 16. According to the website, “The newly established Chancellor’s Student Mental Health Council connects decision-makers and students in the interest of ensuring student health and well-being.”
During the holiday season, it can feel impossible to practice sustainable habits. With increases in travel emissions and the usage of non-recyclable single use products, the effects can pile up quickly. “The Office of Sustainability identifies and promotes sustainable solutions that reduce environmental ...
Last spring, genesis Magazine celebrated their 50th anniversary. They celebrated their latest release party on Wednesday. Sarah Layden, the faculty advisor of genesis since 2016, expressed that the magazine has seen a lot of fluctuations in the quantity and types of content submitted to the magazine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “I think that’s reflected nicely in this fall 2022 cover, because you’ve got this illustration of somebody on their phone, presumably getting all these updates that are reflected behind them, and it’s about masks and Covid and all these other things just looming," said Layden.