Student News Wire

The Collegiate Commons is only one small newspaper. More than likely, you are interested in more parts of the state of Indiana and the nation that we do not have the resources to cover. That is why we decided to compile the RSS feeds of several Indiana-based (as well as a few national) publications. Since most of those listed below are also smaller student publications, the Indiana Daily Student and The Exponent are also good resources, as they are the two largest student publications in the state. For historical matters, feel free to peruse the Indianapolis Student Archives and the IU Onomatopoeia Archives.

We are not affiliated with any of the following except for The American Commons. Please let us know if you have any suggestions on student publications to add from other universities.

Central Indiana:

The Butler Collegian (Butler University)

  • “The Butler Collegian’s editorial board stands in solidarity with the IDS, WIUX and IU Student Television. We are continuously inspired by IU student media’s commitment to outstanding student journalism and their tenacity in the face of threats from university administration.”
  • Graphic by Tim Eterno. TIM ETERNO | CARTOONIST | teterno@butler.edu
  • Tune into Episode 9 of the award-winning-The Butler Collegian DAWGCAST! All things Butler University are covered in this fast-paced media show. DAWGCAST is guest hosted by Kayla Campbell. Tune in at The Butler Collegian on Spotify or YouTube.
  • "I wish I could say that I’m just particularly unlucky when it comes to men. Unfortunately, far too many Asian American women have similar tales of misfortune to share. Dating is hard for everybody, no matter who you are. Dating is even harder when navigating the modern-day manifestations of imperialism at the intersection of race […]
  • “As a student journalist, people are often surprised to hear I’m a pharmacy student. I myself often wonder if I’m the first editor in professional pharmacy school in the Collegian’s 138-year history. After all, what business does a healthcare major have in the student newspaper?”
  • With the termination of IUPUI comes the end of the original EDDP with Butler as students know it since its creation 25 years ago.

The Reflector (University of Indianapolis)

Pheonix (Marian University)

  • I’ll be honest, Marian University was not my top choice in schools to attend. For my whole life, I imagined going off to some state school where I could party and be carefree and unmonitored- further than 30 minutes away from my house. When I was in high school, I discovered that I loved cheerleading….
  • CW: swear words and adult themes The Tortured Poets Department is a 16-track anthology album that, according to Taylor Swift, “Reflects events, opinions and sentiments from a fleeting and fatalistic moment in time – one that was both sensational and sorrowful at the same time. At 2 AM the same night, Swift announced a chaotic…
  • On March 21-24, The Marian University Theatre Program produced a musical called, “Godspell.” The musical was held in The Marian Theatre. Marian University’s students made up the cast, showcasing their acting and singing skills. Godspell is a musical about famous or well-known parables from the Bible. At the time of production, MU was participating in…
  • Originally written by Louise May Alcott, and adapted to Marian’s stage by Thomas Hischak, the theater cast did the original Little Women novel justice. As April 11 was opening night, friends and family of the cast were finding their seats in the theater long before the 7:30 p.m. show time. The air was one of…
  • The Family Medicine Club hosted an event on Wednesday April 24 in the Evans Center from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for students to come pick out a miniature succulent and paint its new pot. The club also provided a variety of quality acrylic paint colors, brushes, brush washing stations, and refreshing beverages. Due to…
  • As the vibrant colors of spring emerge, so do the dreaded symptoms of seasonal allergies. Health experts are cautioning residents to brace themselves for a surge in pollen and allergens that can trigger uncomfortable reactions. With the aim of helping individuals navigate this challenging season, allergy specialists have shared valuable insights and practical tips to…

The Andersonian (Anderson University)

  • by Cecilia López There is only one week until you can walk the red carpet at Anderson University’s 8th annual Black Bird Film Festival. The premier showcases the projects of the university’s filmmakers in York Performance Hall. Students, faculty, staff and members of the community are invited to experience the red carpet, support the artist […]
  • In our last newscast of the 2023-2024 school year, hear about the 2024 total solar eclipse, exemplary athletic recognition, AU’s PRSSA murder mystery event and AU’s commencement ceremony on May 4, 2024.
  • Monday, April 8, the spectacular phenomenon of a total eclipse passed over Anderson, Indiana for the first time since 957. Many professors canceled class, allowing students to attend Anderson University’s watch party on the football field with protective eclipse glasses, games, snacks and an excellent view of the sky.  The night before at 6 p.m., […]
  • It started as a chilly spring afternoon, an air of excitement and small groups of people scattered upon the grass wrapped in sweaters and blankets, expectant. Saturday night Anderson University hosted Somnium, the student-led music festival. A student at the event said they were most excited to hear original music from the artists on campus […]
  • Check out this exclusive interview with Prof. Cara Miller on her open-access textbook as well as updates for Spring Into Dance and the Student Government Association. This week in AU sports, the men’s basketball team became back-to-back HCAC Tournament Champions for the first time in school history. The women’s basketball team and women’s and men’s […]

Southern Indiana:

The Horizon (Indiana University Southeast)

  • IUS Enrollment up
  • The IUS community had just celebrated their graduating seniors at Commencement when Interim Chancellor Dr. Kelly Ryan broke news of her own about her forthcoming departure. Ryan has been hired as president of Eastern Oregon University (EOU), which is that state’s official “rural university.” Her new journey begins July 1. “I’ll miss you terribly,” she…
  • A nice, long stretch feels good, doesn’t it? The same goes for a belly rub from someone who truly cares, right? The opportunity to voice opinions isn’t any different. Not every country enjoys the sort of press freedoms that ours does. Not every U.S. university’s student body enjoys the wide expanse of free expression that…
  • As daily temperatures in Southern Indiana continue to climb, members of the IUS chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) can rest in the shade knowing that golf helped grow children’s medical research funds this year.  The fraternity’s annual golf scramble on April 15 raised $3,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. TKE members, alumni, and…
  • Tremayne Daisey has had quite a journey finding his passion. After a few ups and downs, Daisey found his way to the Journalism department at Indiana University Southeast. It all started in fifth grade when he took his first art class—and realized he liked art. Daisey continued taking art classes but had his first school…
  • With the NBA playoffs well underway, the Indiana Pacers again find themselves watching from the sidelines. For the past three seasons, the Pacers have finished in the bottom three of the Eastern Conference. They have lots of young players with high potential, along with elite shooters like Tyrese Haliburton and Buddy Hield. But with so…

Northern Indiana:

The Preface (Indiana University South Bend)

  • What is a swan song? A swan song is a metaphor used to describe a final gesture before one's own death. It is both a gesture for yourself and for those who are a part of your life.
  • Hi! My name is Rafael Tortolero, and I am the new multimedia specialist for “The Preface”. I am a freshman here at IU South Bend, majoring in business management and minoring in photojournalism.
  • State of the Campus: Does IUSB need some TLC?
  • Nominations open for the Student Life Awards
  • Men’s Basketball March 1 TBA (IF APPLICABLE) Women’s Basketball March 2 TBA (IF APPLICABLE) Baseball March 2 @ Wright State Lake University (DH) 12:00 P.M. Baseball March 3 @ Wright State Lake University (DH) 12:00 P.M. Softball March 3 @ IU – Southeast (DH) 1:00 P.M. Men’s Basketball March 4 TBA (IF APPLICABLE) Softball March […]
  • Maddie Gard, Titan trump card: IU South Bend gains new all-time highest scorer
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