Last June, USG launched the Menstrual Product Initiative, aiming to provide free menstrual products across the IUPUI campus. Now, the group has achieved their goal and the initiative has passed.

With the student body’s return to campus, spring Weeks of Welcome is ready to kick off the new semester with a two-week schedule of events.

IUPUI students, staff and faculty are getting ready to return for the in-person portion of the spring 2021 semester and -- much like the fall semester -- will continue to adhere to several safety enhancements as offices prepare to reopen.

Relationships aren’t always easy to maintain, especially when there are barriers outside of your control. To kick off Healthy Relationships Week, here are ten key words for all relationships.

Despite the changes from COVID-19, IUPUI’s Housing and Residence Life team is thriving and others are taking notice. Zach Cramer, Harrianna Thompson and Cassie Govert were all recently recognized for their work.

Campus Health’s top priority is keeping you and your family healthy, which means it’s important to consider risks—big and small—when thinking about how to gather with family and friends during the holidays.

IUPUI Health and Wellness Promotion’s annual Stress Busters Week will run from November 16 to 20 and to kick it off, HWP’s Ryan Anderson has four helpful ways to identify stress and how to respond.

For Americans, Veteran’s Day is a day to stop and thank all of the individuals who serve and for the work they do to protect our nation. For Joe Hayes and Tyler Cason, Veteran’s Day means a little more.

Sherri Smith currently serves as the event services coordinator in Campus Center and Student Experiences and recently celebrated her first work anniversary at IUPUI. Get to know her in this Q&A.

Student health and wellness is a top priority. Now there's data to help shine light on how students are feeling and how IUPUI can best support them thanks to the National College Health Assessment.

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Eric Teske serves as the director of Health and Wellness Promotion. We chatted with him about his work at IUPUI and much more in this edition of Get To Know.

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Emily Braught is entering her third year as the residence coordinator for residence life academic initiatives at IUPUI and making a difference for the students she serves. This year, she was named the Outstanding New Professional by the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International.