Nick Yager


De-stress Before Your Tests With The Help of IUPUI

Ahhh yes, here we are again, beloved finals week. College students across the country are gearing up for one of, if not the most, stressful weeks of their semester. From overly-clenched buttcheeks, to caffeine binges and sleep-deprived zombies roaming campus, we have all experienced and witnessed the ...


Indy Artist Spotlight: Nathan Brown

Nathan Brown and Arturo Martinez, both sophomore filmmakers studying media arts and sciences at IUPUI, have recently started a documentary series titled Indy Artist Spotlight. This documentary series takes a look at different artists coming out of Indianapolis and shines a spotlight on them and their ...


Matt Bos Stepping Down as IUPUI Swimming Coach

For the third time in school history, IUPUI will be looking for a new men’s and women’s head swimming coach. This comes after Matt Bos, who’s been head coach the last eight years, announced his resignation due to family relocation, which is effective May 10. Hired on May 24, 2011, Coach Bos ...


Gov. Holcomb Signs Indiana Hate Crime Bill Into Law

Gov. Eric Holcomb and Indiana business leaders progress on a new hate crime bill took a successful turn on April 3 when Holcomb signed Senate Bill 198 into law. The law, which Indiana hopes takes them off the list of five states without hate crime legislation, was passed by the Senate on April 2 and ...


Indianapolis Addressing Homelessness Issue

Traveling around downtown Indianapolis, chances are you’ve seen the homeless. Sitting or sleeping under bridges and on sidewalks as signs begging for help or money rest next to them. Whether their predicament stems from mental illness, addiction, abuse or a disability, many homeless citizens of ...


Pacers Want To Stay, Indy Eleven Want a Stadium

The Indiana Senate has approved a bill that will provide the Capital Improvement Board (CIB) an estimated $8.5 million in extra revenue and give the Indiana Pacers a 25-year lease extension to stay in Indianapolis. Language to fund a $150 million, 20,000 seat soccer stadium to attract a Major League ...


Indiana, IUPUI Addressing Opioid Epidemic

Indiana has a serious opioid problem and it’s only getting worse. IUPUI has partnered with state health leaders to address this crisis.   Marion County has the highest death by drug overdose rate than any state in the nation with 37.4 deaths per 100,000 people. Of those overdoses, 81% of them were ...


Celebrating Black History at IUPUI

In IUPUI’s storied history, not everything is positive. Displacing many African Americans from their homes, many can look back and make assumptions about this school. Starting with their treatment of Black History Month, IUPUI has tried to rectify past transgressions. Black History Month’s origins ...


Kings of the Jungle: IUPUI Rugby Readies for Spring Season

After an undefeated season and a trip to nationals, many rugby clubs around the country would be satisfied and consider that a success. Not the IUPUI Jaguars Rugby Football Club, though. They have their eyes set on the spring season and a national championship. In the fall season, the Jaguars finished ...


New Indiana Hate Crime Bill Shows Progress

Gov. Eric Holcomb and Indiana businesses have made it clear they want Indiana to make changes regarding how they treat hate crimes. As one of five states to not have biased or hate crime legislation, lawmakers are working to fix that. On Jan. 3, 2019, Avon Republican Rep. Greg Steuerwald filed House ...

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