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Green Room Rockers are celebrating the release of their newest album the ‘90s R&B-gone-reggae, Sweat Steady at the Melody Inn this Friday.
The Lady Jaguars used their game against Georgetown (Kentucky) to showcase their new batch of stars.
The centuries-old Christkindlmarkt is bringing its Christmas magic and holiday spirit to Carmel starting this weekend.
A look into the Alternative Break Program and the students who run it.
IUPUI matches their 2009 season this year with a loss against Notre Dame.
The final event of the 19th Ann Katz Festival of Books and Arts, Northwestern University professor Peter Hayes spoke about his latest book, “Why? Explaining the Holocaust.”
The IUPUI men’s basketball team took down Anderson University for their first win of the 2017-2018 season.
Indiana’s newest craft brewery is making a name for itself in Boone County.
JagStart is an “elevator pitch” competition that encourages and allows students to consider the possibilities of entrepreneurship and pitch ideas to a panel of judges in March.
With a little help from Lady Gaga, IUPUI student Taylor M. Parker brought free menstrual products and clothing to everyone who needs them.
Indianapolis will play host to many notable sporting events in coming years. They've added an impressive game to that list with the College Football Playoff Championship.
All of your favorite stars are cold and suspicious for two hours and we wrote a review about it. Enjoy.
Ashlee Haze will be performing in the Campus Center Atrium next Tuesday from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Square Cat Vinyl’s Mike Angel is gearing up for the venue’s interesting one year anniversary event.
Last season, the IUPUI women’s basketball team came just short of an NCAA tournament appearance. Hopes are reborn this season in the Horizon League.
The Adapted Physical Activity Clinics Fall Festival is an annual event intent on providing an environment for people with disabilities to to engage in physical, social and cognitive exercise.
The IUPUI Women's Soccer team had a successful season last year, yet their resources leave much to be desired.
Author Jonathan Eig was at IUPUI Wednesday to discuss his biography he wrote about Muhammad Ali.
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