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One of IUPUI's favorite traditions is making its return with carnival rides, games, food trucks and much more! Students, faculty and staff can attend for free. 

Stress Busters Week has 20 events planned to celebrate the end of the school year, with returning activities like Dog Therapy, Mugs Not Drugs, Mindfulness Meditation, Wellness Wednesday and more.

Rachel Knierman had her eyes set on IUPUI since she first came to the Herron School of Art + Design as a kid. After four years of discovering different degree paths, Knierman is graduating this spring with plans to work for an agency where she can showcase her talents not only as a graphic designer, but a visual storyteller, too.

With midterms now over, it’s time for a break! Use the week to relax, recharge and focus on yourself.

To celebrate the start of a new semester, this IUPUI tradition is bringing 15 fun-filled events to campus. Here are three reasons why you can’t miss Week of Welcome this spring.

This fall, IUPUI returned to mostly in-person events including student favorites like WOW and Regatta. Here is a look back at some of the semester highlights. 

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is an annual program where people come together to end the stigma around hunger and homelessness among college students. This year’s events will be held Nov. 16-19 and are sponsored by the Office of Student Advocacy and Support.

Regatta Royalty is a tradition at IUPUI where students are crowned based on their campus involvement and leadership qualities. This year, Abbie and Koster and Emily Lesich won out of eight other students.

Matthew Jones joined the Division of Student Affairs in 2014. As assistant director for Campus Recreation, Jones provides leadership for the division’s intramural and club sports programming. Jones assists with The Jag fitness center, developing content, teaching and training.

Weeks of Welcome is back, in person, and double the fun. This year will feature some of IUPUI’s longest standing traditions, along with some new ones. Here are 10 events to add to your calendar.

The 2021 Student Organization Awards are an opportunity to celebrate and recognize student organizations, leaders, advisors and programs that make a significant impact on the social, interpersonal and professional development of students, as well as major contributions to IUPUI.

Growing up watching stop-motion movies, Colleen Deignan knew she wanted to use her design and drawing skills to her advantage. During her time at IUPUI, she was able to learn the ins and outs of laser engravers and 3D printers, which led her to her dream job at a film studio.