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Critical Conversations with Scholar At Risk Naila Al Atrash

Join Syrian director Naila Al Atrash for a special talk – Syria: Confronting Violence with Creativity Naila Al Atrash is one of the most highly celebrated directors in Arab theater today and has also earned renown and awards as an innovative actress and scholar of theater arts. Naila has headed the Acting Department of the Syrian […]

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First-ever spring Weeks of Welcome

For the first time at IUPUI, students were welcomed to their spring semester with opportunities to have fun, connect with campus resources and get involved. The first week of classes brought screen printed t-shirts, caricature artists, a study abroad fair, the involvement fair, meeting our Multicultural Greek Council and Cram the Coliseum. WOW culminated with a sophomore […]

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New Jag Action Grant program promotes civic engagement

New year, new grant opportunities for students. Isn’t that how the saying goes? The Center for Service and Learning at IUPUI has been diligently working to find a new, creative way to support students in taking action on issues they care about. And it has found a solution — the Jag Action Grant. We sat down […]

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Fall 2019 Herron Highlights

Every three months, we share a roundup of the latest updates from the Herron community. Here, we’ve captured the highlights, including exhibitions, publications, career moves, accomplishments, and accolades from our students, alumni, and faculty that took place between October and December 2019. Associate Professor Anila Agha‘s latest solo exhibition, “Between Light and Shadow,” opened Oct. 19, 2019, […]

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Hoosiers Celebrate Women’s Suffrage

Anita Morgan presents: Gaining “The Power to Protect Herself”: Sixty-Nine Years of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Indiana. Growing from a small group of Quaker abolitionists to a diverse organization of at least 10,000 members, the woman suffrage movement in Indiana persistently lobbied for the vote for sixty-nine years. Advancing from petitions presented to the […]