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Manuel Fernandez reviews what he calls "an emotionally satisfying conclusion to one of the best trilogies of all time."
Beginning this fall, the IUPUI athletics teams will represent a new league in NCAA Division I Athletics. The Jaguars announced Wednesday that the University is leaving the Summit League for the Horizon League effective July 1.
As the fifth film in the series, it's safe to say that this franchise should quit before it's too late.
Does this series reach the heights of Olympus? Or does it fall into the depths of Hades?
Does Alien: Covenant breath new life to one of the greatest movie monsters of all time in the Xenomorph, or is it simply another in a long line of disappointments?
Tamika Catchings had a storied basketball career with the Indiana Fever, and has been a big part in the Indianapolis community in the past 15 years. She was the guest speaker at IUPUI’s Commencement.
The Campus Center recently hosted the Day of Remembrance, an event that honors passed students, faculty, and other members of the IUPUI family.
Coleton takes a look at Marvel’s latest entry with “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” for his 30th and final review for the Campus Citizen.
Imagine hearing a doctor say “you have cancer,” when you’re only 16 years old.
David lets you know how to chill and party properly this summer with some of the best summer jams on this semester finale of Tuning In!
Drinking is a fickle thing... Join Brandon and special guest from Tuning In, David in their recaps of crazy drinking fun on the Semester Finale of The Struggle Bus!
The Last episode of a Groovy Movie Podcast, join us in thanking Coleton and Stephen for a great series!
Love on a Leash stopped by IUPUI on Thursday to help curb final's stress.
IUPUI's fifth Lavender Graduation honoring LGBTQ+ graduates was Thursday.
The film adaptation of Lion tells the true story of Saroo Brierley and his long, complicated journey home from Australia to India.
The Chef's Table encourages healthy eating and promotes local produce at IUPUI.
Local Indianapolis band, Sarah Grain & the Billions of Stars, performed last Saturday at Record Store Day. Lead singer Sarah Grain kindly gave us some input on the band’s chemistry.
Not even Tom Hanks can help shape “The Circle” into a good movie.
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