Leighann Strollo


An Attack at Home: A New Yorker Remembers 9/11

It was a Tuesday morning like any other. I was 5 and concerned with which Gap jeans I was going to wear that day and what sandwich the cafeteria would serve. And truthfully, I don’t remember what I ended up wearing. I don’t even remember my first day of kindergarten though it was only a week before. ...

Student Life

Paw's Pantry Relocates and Gets Major Upgrade

Since 2013, Paw’s Pantry has been stuck in the back corner of the Campus Center, virtually unseen unless you were on your way to a parking lot most people don’t even use, waiting for a visitor. Or a volunteer. Anything. On a mission to help food insecurity within the IUPUI community, most students ...


A Look at the 2018 Jags Softball Season

Heading into their second conference series of the season, the IUPUI Jags softball season is well underway. After splitting a double header with Youngstown State on March 24, IUPUI took the series with the final game the following day. Now, they head into a three game series versus Wright State in ...


IUPUI Students React to Retiring the Indians Logo

On Jan. 29, 2018, the Cleveland Indians baseball team announced that beginning in the 2019 season, the controversial ‘Chief Wahoo’ logo would no longer be worn on the field by the players. They did, however, say the logo would still be sold on team apparel. While that isn’t the ideal situation ...


Keeping Indianapolis Beautiful with RUN(317)

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and RUN(317) collaborated to create a fun, and friendly environment to raise money and awareness about the environment. By Leighann Strollo 10/23/15 The air was warm, with a slight breeze blowing through downtown Indianapolis. Despite the cold that come in the evenings ...


Banded Tuition Costs More Than Just Money

With a new flat rate tuition being implemented in the 2016-2017 school year, IUPUI students taking less than 15 credits a semester will end up paying for nothing. By Leighann Strollo 1/29/16 If there is one thing that almost all college students have in common, it’s that they are poor. If they don’t ...

The Setonian

Breathing New Life Into America's Pastime

Bryce Harper says “baseball is tired” and other MLB players agree with him. Are they right? By Leighann Strollo  4/22/16 There are tons of unwritten rules to the game of baseball. You don’t talk about a no-hitter when in progress. If a pitcher hits a teammate, hit one of theirs. But is not ...

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