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IUPUI police interview person of interest in campus sexual assaults

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IUPUI police officers have identified and interviewed a person of interest in a pair of sexual assaults on campus.Read more

IU research: Do judges actually use hate crimes legislation?

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Hate crimes legislation is one of the highest profile issues at the Statehouse this year, but do lawyers and judges across the country actually use them once they're...Read more

IUPUI student reports rape over the weekend

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The suspect and victim met using a social media app.Read more


Government disconnect delays student loans and grants

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Some Indiana college students are finding the government loans and grants they counted on aren't there.Read more

18-year-old IUPUI student killed by bus planned to be a doctor

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A prayer service was held in Fishers Tuesday evening and 18-year-old Fatima Hassuneh was laid to rest, just a day after the IUPUI student was struck and killed by a...Read more

IUPUI student struck and killed identified

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An IUPUI student died after being struck by a school bus on campus Monday afternoon.Read more

Sexual battery reported at IUPUI; police need help identifying suspect

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A sexual battery was reported on the IUPUI campus Aug. 31, 2017, and police need your help identifying the suspect.Read more

Police investigating reported fondling on IUPUI campus

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Indiana University police sent out a crime notice Thursday night about the incident, which they say took place at 9 a.m. Thursday in a stairway at the Education/Social...Read more

One America announces 12-year sponsorship for Natatorium at IUPUI

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The recently renovated Natatorium at IUPUI announced a 12-year sponsorship agreement with OneAmerica Tuesday.Read more


IUPUI prof takes creative approach to tackling anti-Muslim prejudice

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Edward Curtis, a professor of religious studies at IUPUI, is hosting a contest aimed at tackling anti-Muslim prejudices in a new way.Read more

Higher Ed Commission recommends tuition increases below 1.4 percent

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The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is calling for the state's public colleges and universities to limit annual tuition increases to less than 1.4 percent in the...Read more