Reflections from the IUPUI White House

Soon IUPUI will be under new leadership. Chancellor Charles R. Bantz will pass the baton to Chancellor Nasser Paydar in mid-August. With the approaching changing of the guard has come the organized chaos that is called moving as Chancellor Bantz and first lady Sandra G. Petronio prepare to return to “civilian” academic life. Despite those demands, Dr. Petronio graciously agreed to set aside time — and energy — to address my questions about her time as first lady.

Dream to publish book was 30 years in the making

By Rich Schneider, IU Communications Specialist and Rob Schneider, external affairs coordinator, IU School of Social Work: Her first book took 30 years, but Katrina Patterson already has a second book in mind. Patterson is the Bachelor of Social Work student services secretary and recorder in the Indiana University School of Social Work administrative offices at […]

Orange is the new look of New York Street as city reconfigures campus thoroughfare

What are those barricades? How long will they be in the way? When will we get back to four lanes of New York from White River Parkway to West Street?

IUPUI campus art is a lot to be admired

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life,” Pablo Picasso reportedly said. Perhaps your daily routine could stand a little dusting off. Let me prescribe a walking tour of the public sculptures on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus.