Weekly Features


  • Stormy weather

    IU's Operation Stormy Weather will hold a universitywide tornado drill today, morning and evening.

  • Trailblazers

    Join the IUPUI Office for Women as it honors female students, staff and faculty making an impact on the campus, the community and the world.

  • Jagtag replacement

    CrimsonCard streamlines your life by providing secure access to essential university services.

  • High honors

    Nine IU scholars -- three from the IUPUI campus -- have been announced as distinguished professors, the highest academic rank the university bestows upon faculty.

  • Class is in session

    Students, staff and faculty will see a few additions to the plethora of programs offered at IUPUI in 2017.

  • Commitment to sustainability

    University Hall at IUPUI has become the fifth officially certified green building on campus.

  • Immigration impact

    Chancellor Paydar has issued a statement regarding President Trump’s Jan. 27 immigration executive order.

  • There and back again

    Read along as the chancellor's assistant for communications documents the mid-January visit to Malaysia by the chancellor and other IUPUI dignitaries.

  • 'All the world's a stage'

    The new edition of Oxford University Press' complete works of Shakespeare is based on research done at IUPUI.

  • Year in review

    Look back at some of Inside IUPUI's top stories of 2016.

  • Looking back

    Writer Ric Burrous looks back at his 25 years at IUPUI.

  • Similar names, parallel missions

    Columbus center shares historical ties to IUPUI in more than just its name.

  • Town hall meeting

    The open forum provided an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to express their thoughts on the recent election.

  • Trees part of street changes

    Some trees are being moved and others replaced as part of the Michigan Street project.

  • Honoring service

    A notable speaker, a panel discussion and workshops are part of IUPUI's Veterans Day celebration.

  • What is 'home' to you?

    This year's Spirit & Place Festival will explore interpretations of the importance and meaning of "home."

  • Have some pie

    The IUPUI United Way campaign concludes with the Day of Caring, a silent auction and -- new -- a Dessert Showcase.

  • The good, the bad and the ugly

    Inside IUPUI shares readers' tales of good -- and bad -- supervisors.

  • Construction changes

    Michigan Street's shift to two-way traffic will begin in November, which means big changes for the campus.

  • 150 years

    The School of Physical Education and Tourism Management is celebrating a major milestone.