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News for Students  |  April 22, 2020

IUPUI guard Marcus Burk shoots over a player from Oakland

Testing the draft waters

After a strong junior season, IUPUI guard Marcus Burk has decided to test the NBA waters and enter his name in the upcoming draft.

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New leadership

The newly elected USG team of Mari Luna, Karl Nkemzi and staff have big plans for this coming school year.

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Gilliam earns Goldwater

Nora Gilliam is one of 396 undergrads chosen from more than 1,400 nominees across the nation for the prestigious scholarship.

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a woman dribbles a basketball during a game

Dance canceled

Only two days separated the best and worst moments of Holly Hoopingarner's basketball career. The team was headed to the NCAA tournament, but there would be no March Madness.

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Sorority gives back

Jadah Cunningham worked with her sorority -- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Omicron Pi Chapter -- to organize a food drive for Gleaners Food Bank.

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JagStart goes virtual

It's time for IUPUI's "Shark Tank"-esque innovation competition featuring some of the brightest and biggest brains on campus.

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Community commitment

The IUPUI Center for Service and Learning has announced the 29 recipients of the 2020 William M. Plater Civic Engagement Medallion from 13 different IUPUI schools.

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Fact or fiction?

During this time of uncertainty, a collection of IUPUI librarians are helping state leaders in government and health care find the truth.

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Self-care with CAPS

Join CAPS every Friday from 11-11:45 a.m. for virtual Mindfulness Meditation. Drop in via Zoom for some self-care to end the week strong.

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Be hard to hack

Studying remotely means you’re outside many of the safeguards provided by the IU network. To keep your system and data secure you’ll need to assume more responsibility for cybersecurity.

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Celebrating 200 years