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Category Archives: YP Perspectives

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Student Voices: IUPUI Jaguar Pride

Posted by: Efrain Alvarado
Posted: October 13, 2016
Categories: YP Perspectives

People sometimes think nothing exciting happens on Tuesday because it’s a work day, class is in session, and Tuesday is definitely not Friday. But this particular Tuesday, October 4th, was different; it was the day Westboro Baptist Church visited […]

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Affordable or Not Affordable – That is the Question: YP Perspective on Indy’s Housing

Posted by: Alexis Thomas
Posted: October 21, 2015
Categories: YP Perspectives

In preparation for Indy’s upcoming local elections, IndyHub’s running YP Perspectives: The 2015 Indy Election Series. These articles explore important community issues that will be directly impacted by this election. We serve as a platform for these conversations. We care that you vote–not how you […]

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YP Perspectives: Working in Indy

Posted by: Emily Neitzel
Posted: October 12, 2015
Categories: YP Perspectives

In preparation for Indy’s upcoming local elections, IndyHub’s running YP Perspectives: The 2015 Indy Election Series. These articles explore important community issues that will be directly impacted by this election. We serve as a platform for these conversations. We care that you vote–not how you […]

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YP Perspectives: Indy’s Public Education Scene

Posted by: Emily Neitzel
Posted: September 30, 2015
Categories: YP Perspectives

In preparation for Indy’s upcoming local elections, IndyHub’s running YP Perspectives: The 2015 Indy Election Series. These articles explore important community issues that will be directly impacted by this election. We serve as a platform for these conversations. We care that you vote–not how you […]

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