Sahar Abdullah


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Local

The Hunt for Vintage: Not Just a Trend

The importance of sustainable shopping and the mantra of reduce, reuse and recycle have been emphasized to the general public for years. Environmental movements have identified many issues associated with fast fashion and the mass production industry. For college students especially, finding affordable and sustainable items, and finding places to donate used or upcycled items, can often be a struggle. Consignment and second-hand stores offer one work-around to this dilemma. Indy’s very own Retro Metro is the epitome of such a concept.

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Local

Five Things To Do in Indy’s Irvington Historic District

From antique stores to restaurants, Irvington has much to offer college students looking for something to do on the weekend. Irvington is a protected historic district east of downtown Indianapolis, just a short drive from campus. It is best known for the Irvington Halloween Festival originally established in 1927, for being Butler University’s original location in the late 1800s/early 1900s and being home to the creator of Raggedy Ann.

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Student Life

Inspirations of IUPUI Student, Singer-Songwriter Myra Kivett

Myra Kivett grew up in a musical family– she describes music as something that is in her blood and something that she “always gravitated towards”.  Her most recently released song is her official debut single titled “Guys Like You,” which was recorded in Round Table Recording Studio in Broad Ripple. Kivett balances a full course load through IUPUI’s BA/MA program. Her schedule during the school year is often hectic with academics, so Kivett utilizes her summers to focus on music.  

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