News for Students  |  March 4, 2020


Lots of activity inside the Campus Center during International Festival

A worldly way to eat and explore

From mariachi music to sword dancing: Check out scenes from this year's International Festival, which took over the Campus Center with a grand display of flags, food and festivities.

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A student plays a game at the 2019 Jagathon

Get ready for Jagathon

Join one of IUPUI's oldest and largest traditions and support research at Riley Hospital for Children by participating in Jagathon 2020. The event is March 7 and 8 at the Campus Center.

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buttons that say census on them

Census know-how

With a new decade upon us, it's time for the United States' 10-year roll call: the census. Here's what to do and why it's so important to do it.

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Indianapolis skyline as seen from IUPUI

Taylor Symposium

A morning of presentations and workshops will examine inequality in income, education and health care March 11 in the Campus Center.

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Sports management students stand around a table promoting the Horizon League Tournament

Real-world experience

For a group of IUPUI sports management students, the Horizon League men's and women's basketball tournaments offer hands-on education.

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Get your debate on

Plan to attend a March 5 debate featuring Undergraduate Student Government's presidential and vice presidential candidates.

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A student dancer who is part of the Moving Company at IUPUI

Student show

Catch The Moving Company's Student Choreography Show. The March 6 event is free and features dances choreographed by IUPUI students.

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Science Carnival
Campus Center  |  March 10, 2020
International Student Speaker Series: International Women's Day Celebration
Inlow Hall  |  March 10, 2020
Spring 2020 Diversity Speakers Series: Nyle DiMarco
Campus Center Theater  |  March 10, 2020
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