News for Students  |  Nov. 20, 2019


Tunnel of Oppression

Raw, powerful stories

For years, IUPUI has hosted the Tunnel of Oppression, which sheds light on injustices people around the world face each day. Learn more about how you can participate in this eye-opening experience this week.

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Quick Look

Brandon Boynton

To Mongolia and back

Brandon Boynton traveled across the Arctic to teach skills to young entrepreneurs in Mongolia.

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Noelle Broughton

Choose your own adventure

IUPUI graduate student Noelle Broughton is the Peterson fellow for the Indianapolis mayor's office, which is a self-directed internship that allows her to pick projects based on her interests.

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A student studying in the Campus Center

Worldly wisdom

The new Profiles of Learning for Undergraduate Success is designed to equip students with top skills they need to succeed.

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Take Note

Fall trees over city skyline

Thanksgiving break closures

If you're sticking around Indy for the holiday break, here's what you need to know to navigate campus.

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IUPUI men’s cross-country team

In the history books

The IUPUI men's cross-country team ran their hearts out to secure their first-ever Horizon League championship.

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An IUPUI sign covered with snow

Day of Remembrance

Honor IUPUI students, faculty, staff and alumni who have passed away during this modest, yet very important, event.

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Students studying

Investigate key issues

The Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy is looking for students to serve as fellows for the spring semester. Students of all majors can apply.

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Education Career Workshop
ES Commons, third floor of Education and Social Work Building  |  Nov. 21, 2019
Diwali Celebrations
Campus Center Theater  |  Nov. 22, 2019
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