JA Bedell


The History of Christmas

When was the first Christmas as we know it celebrated? When did we first start watching Christmas movies and specials, listening to Christmas songs, putting up Christmas trees, sending Christmas cards, and waiting for Santa to bring us presents? And what do those who celebrate Christmas as a religious ...


IUPUI Students Celebrate Hanukkah

“Hanukkah is a time for me to be with family and friends and loved ones and celebrate our heritage and our traditions,” IUPUI student Belinda Oberman said. Oberman was among the Jewish students and faculty celebrating Hanukkah at the Campus Center this week. The Jewish Student Association informed ...


Science Dean Emeritus Bart Ng's $1 Million Planned Gift

The School of Science at IUPUI will receive a $1 million planned gift from science dean emeritus Bart Ng. The gift will be in honor of the dean emeritus’s late brother, Joseph S. Ng. “His brother recently passed away and he made this gift in honor of his brother’s memory,” current science dean ...

Student Life

LGBTQ+ Center director shares plans

Three months into his tenure, IUPUI’s LGBTQ+ Center director A.J. Young already has ambitious plans. Working with other campus organizations, Young has invited Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend to IUPUI in February 2019. During the spring semester, Young also plans to update the popular Safe Zone ...


Paw's Pantry donation drives

Two donations drives were held today for Paw’s Pantry at IUPUI in anticipation of the upcoming holidays. The first drive was the Pack a Meal with Million Meal Movement event, held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Campus Center atrium. As pop music blared from speakers, volunteers donned red hair ...


How'd Our Senate Forecast Hold Up?

On the day before Election Day, I created the first polling-based Campus Citizen forecast for the U.S. Senate elections. How’d I do and how’d I do it? Should preeminent electoral forecaster Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight fear for his job? No, but if current returns hold we correctly predicted all ...

The Setonian

Marion County Election Results

While the 2018 U.S. Senate election in Indiana received the lion's share of attention on Election Day yesterday, the countywide officials elected by the voters of Marion County can have a direct impact on the lives of IUPUI students. This is an overview of the results for Marion County general elections, ...


Why Braun Won

Mike Braun has just been elected to be the next U.S. Senator for Indiana, defeating Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and defying what the polls suggested would be a narrow victory for the incumbent. During a midterm, campaigning against the status quo is usually left to the opposition party. But with the ...


2018 Senate Predictions

Polls will close in most of Indiana less than 24 hours from now, but who will win Congress? Based on weighted averages of 366 polls, this is the Campus Citizen prediction for the Senate. Overall, the Republican Party is ahead or favored in 50 seats, enough to maintain control of the upper chamber with ...

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