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IUPUI preps for their time honored tradition of racing down the canal.
This Saturday from 12:00 - 6:00 pm, the Chinese community of Indianapolis will get to share their culture with the citizens of Indianapolis and the students of IUPUI at Wood Plaza.
The Murat Theater will host the Gracias Christmas Cantata on Sept. 27 at 7 p.m.
There are approximately 8,100 parking spots available to students on campus. The Parking and Transportation Services sells around 16,000 total parking passes to students. Even a wide eyed freshman could tell you that math doesn’t add up.
On the fourth floor of the library, there is a marvel in technological advancement in the shape of a 3D printer with the incredible ability to convert a tangible object into a digital 3D model.
The Liberal Arts Fair will open on Thursday, September 21 from 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Campus Center Atrium.
After spending 18 seasons in the Summit League, the IUPUI women’s soccer team, along with the rest of IUPUI athletics, is making the transition to the Horizon League.
Darren Aronofsky, the king of unsettling, holds up to that title with his latest film.
Local musicians Charlie Ballantine and Amanda Gardier are two musicians preparing for the 18th annual Indy Jazz Fest.
Indy Jazz Fest is gearing up for its 18th year in the Circle City.
Writer Samantha Riley went to Penrod Arts Fair this past Saturday to capture photos of this creative and fun festival.
The second part of a four-part ally training program, the goal of the Trans 101 Training presentation is to train future allies of the Trans Community.
Saturday September 9, the annual Penrod Arts Fair will take place at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, showcasing artists such as woodworker Nathan Hunter and oil painter Bobbi K. Samples.
The Herron School of Art and Design is hosting works Cat Head Press, Cynthia Daignault, and Dereck Velasquez.
Local saxophonist Jared Thompson talks about Chreece, culture, community and love.
Local DJ and producer David Peck shares his experience performing at Chreece
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