This is a great opportunity for educational communities to discuss how Covid-related social issues are magnified and replicated by community collection and curation.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, the Herron School of Art and Design’s annual year-end student art showcase, “Look/See,” is moving online for 2020. The event page will launch May 4, […]
On April 7, Facebook announced 400 grants to US and Canadian local news organizations in support of COVID-19 journalism coverage. I was one of those chosen – applying as a […]
Hannah Yi wasn’t going to sit back. Disappointed and frustrated with the COVID-19 pandemic temporarily shuttering schools, including her own, the IUPUI senior sprang into action. The history major’s original […]
With a new decade upon us, it’s time for the United States’ 10-year roll call — the census. It does require a little more work than saying “present” or raising […]
As the saying goes, the best sports officials are the ones you don’t notice — they run a clean game, don’t miss any calls and have no bearing on the […]
What does IUPUI have in common with the southern white rhino, flatback sea turtle and Caribbean reef shark? No, they aren’t firing off wicked jackknife dives in the Natatorium. Under […]
Information on the development of Indianapolis over the two centuries since its founding will be freely accessible in an updated, digital “Encyclopedia of Indianapolis,” currently under development and scheduled for […]