Paris J Garnier

Student Journalist

Location icon United States of America

I'm an IUPUI student double majoring in journalism and anthropology.

Sharing stories about the human experience is a personal privilege and a global necessity.

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Iupui
09/04/2017
A Chat with Chris Bowman of Bad Suns

Alternative rock is known for being introspective, heavy in metaphor, and quirky. The breakout Los Angeles-based group Bad Suns fits that model to a T. By Paris Garnier Bad Suns got their start touring with artists like Halsey and The 1975.

Iupui
09/04/2017
May 1 is Melanoma Monday

By Paris Garnier At 24, Macklin Swinney was an outgoing and robust young man. He'd graduated from Ben Davis High School, but decided to forego college and start working. He loved partying, especially in Bloomington, Ind. and being outdoors at Dale Hollow Reservoir in Tennessee.

The Campus Citizen
02/03/2017
Denizens Displaced

"There's a community to come to, and at least a different sort of racist violence than many people of color had experienced in the South," Mullins explained. The houses themselves, however, began to decline as early as the '30s. But they remained unchanged and undisturbed by outsiders until the '50s, when urban reconstruction swept the nation.

Iupui
09/04/2017
Looking Back at IUPUI's First African-American Dean and Namesake of Taylor Hall

By Paris Garnier As the center of campus, Taylor Hall is home to a wide range of organizations, from the MAC to the student groups in the Multicultural Center. It was originally used as the campus library, but was renamed for the late Dr. Joseph Taylor, the first African-American dean of IUPUI and the school of liberal arts.

Iupui
09/04/2017
Students In Recovery Indianapolis: Supporting Peers

SIRI allows students to socialize and share their week's experiences in a safe space. By Paris Garnier When Jake Desmond attended his freshman year at IUPUI, he did what many other students did: drink. By the time he finished his second semester, his GPA was a 2.3.

Iupui
09/04/2017
Empty Stomachs and Giving Hands

Although Paw's Pantry faces shortages, it's prepared to tackle the holiday season with its annual food drive, Jam the Pantry. By Paris Garnier Far back into the second floor of the campus center, beyond Caribou Coffee and the student health center, stands a pair of doors.

Iupui
09/04/2017
A Sanctuary, at Least in Spirit

The USG recently passed a resolution stating that it is in favor of IUPUI potentially becoming a sanctuary campus, but does not formally make IUPUI a sanctuary campus. By Paris Garnier It's no secret that undocumented students attend IUPUI. But with the ever-shifting nature of the federal government, that fact has never felt quite so dangerous.

Iupui
11/13/2017
A Healthy Time of the Month for All

November 10, 2017 Paris Garnier A 36-count box of Tampax tampons costs about $6.99, plus tax. This is money that some people, particularly college students, do not always have. But on Monday, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., anyone who came through the Multicultural Center Lounge could help themselves to free menstrual products and clothing.

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