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Events & Dates

  • German-American Week Film & Lecture Series presents “Whatever Comes Next”
    October 2, 2016 || Read More »
  • German-American Week Film & Lecture Series presents “German Unity Against the …
    October 3, 2016 || Read More »
  • German-American Week Film & Lecture Series presents “Whiskey Cookers”
    October 4, 2016 || Read More »
  • German-American Week Film & Lecture Series presents “The Indiana Germans Build …
    October 5, 2016 || Read More »

Liberal Arts Social Media and Feeds

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In addition to school, program and department social media sites, select affiliate groups, student organizations, and entities are included in this directory.*

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IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUIfacebookTwitterYouTubeFlickr RSS
Office of Career DevelopmentfacebookTwitter    
Office of Student Affairs Twitter    
Center for the Study of Religion and American Culturefacebook     
Center on PhilanthropyfacebookTwitter    
Department of Communication Studiesfacebook     
Graduate Communication Clubfacebook     
Jaguar Speech and Debate Teamfacebook     
Department of Englishfacebook  YouTube   
Creative Writing - Reiberg Reading Seriesfacebook     
Creative Writing - IUPUI Student Readingsfacebook     
Hoosier Bard Productionsfacebook     
IUPUI-Hoosier Bard Shakespeare Clubfacebook     
IUPUI Arts and Humanities InstitutefacebookTwitter  Blog 
Museum Studiesfacebook     
Department of Historyfacebook     
Motorsports Studiesfacebook     
Polis Centerfacebook    RSS
Indiana Governor’s Conference on Service and
Nonprofit Capacity Building
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SAVI Community Information SystemfacebookTwitter  Blog 
Spirit & PlacefacebookTwitter  Blog 
Spanish at IUPUIfacebook     
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*Supplemental affiliate channels are independently managed and do not necessarily reflect the views of the School of Liberal Arts.

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