Nathan Ensley

Nathan Ensley is a freshman majoring in Informatics at IUPUI. He is a staff photographer and writer with a particular interest in sports, mathematics, and photography. His primary focus is on campus stories.

Senior Emma Antoine celebrates with Seniors Sam Slimak and Carlie Werner

IUPUI Women's Soccer Aiming High after Historic Regular Season

  On Sept. 25, the IUPUI women’s soccer team concluded their regular season with a 2-0 win over their in-state rival, Purdue Fort Wayne. The win secured the Jags the two seed and a first-round bye in the Horizon League tournament. Despite an outstanding regular season performance, the Jags enter the tournament as underdogs to Milwaukee, who have won the last five Horizon League championships. IUPUI knows a thing or two about being underdogs. IUPUI came into the season ranked sixth out of eleven teams in the preseason poll, but massively overperformed those expectations.

Purdue and IU Presidents hold up Agreement Papers

IUPUI Breakup Made Official

After announcing their plan for a split in August 2022, Indiana University president Pamela Whitten and Purdue University president Mung Chiang made the breakup official on Wednesday, with a special signing ceremony in the Campus Center Atrium. In the special ceremony, both presidents made remarks and signed the papers that officially separate IUPUI into two universities within Indianapolis on June 30, 2024. Those new universities will be Indiana University Indianapolis and Purdue University in Indianapolis.

Victoria Sivert Hands off Bat to Kasie Keyes

Wild Walkoff for the Jags

Despite the odds being stacked against them, The IUPUI Softball team would mount a five-run rally, exploiting Robert Morris’ errors, to win in wild fashion while keeping them well alive in the playoff chase. The wild finish to this game was a consistent theme to the Jaguars’ entire season.

Zionsville Royalaires Ballad Soloist

Behind the Curtain: A Look at Indiana's Lesser Known Tradition

Show choir is an integral part of the Indianapolis cultural scene. Throughout the calendar year, thousands of people cram into venues across the metro area to see some of the most prestigious groups in the nation present shows that rival Broadway productions and inspire a whole new generation of performers. The most impactful facet of show choir is its effect on inspiring the next generation of performers to carry on its legacy of entertainment as well as embrace the same friendly yet competitive spirit that makes the performing art so distinctive.

Natalie Andersen Looks to Pass against PFW Defender

IUPUI Women's Basketball Loses Home Quarterfinal Game

IUPUI hosted Purdue Fort Wayne in the Horizon League Conference Tournament Quarterfinals. While coming in on a three-game win streak and defeating Purdue Fort Wayne in both regular season matchups, the Jaguars fell 69-73.Purdue Fort Wayne grabbed the lead early in the game and never looked back. ...

Photo by: Tim Binning

Swimming Conference Preview

Both swimming and diving teams are entering the Horizon League tournament each with a winning season under their belt and looking to capture their first-ever Horizon League conference titles. The team has tweaked their strategy leading into the conference tournament, their freshmen are swimming well, ...

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Senior Emma Antoine celebrates with Seniors Sam Slimak and Carlie Werner
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Emily Alan
Students pose with their completed shirts in the Tower Courtyard
Tower Resident smiles
IUPUI Women's Basketball Players
Purdue and IU Presidents hold up Agreement Papers
Santino Ferrucci and fiance Renay Moore smile

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