Saturday is the 14th annual IUPUI Regatta, a half-mile canoe relay competition involving teams of up to six IUPUI students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Our student ambassadors share what the Regatta means to them.
Kate Colpetzer, Health Services Management student
Regatta is an important tradition for IUPUI as it brings together our college’s various clubs, organizations, and schools for a day of fun. Regatta is unique because despite the fact our racing teams are competing against each other, we all come together as a community to celebrate the amazing students at this school.
I am looking forward to Regatta this Saturday! I hope to see you all there! You can find me and the other ambassadors at the FSPH tent.
Lucy Khatib, Epidemiology student
Hope to see a big turn out this year. I loved the event last year as it was the first time I saw the the school come together for a big event (due to COVID).
There were lots of fun events, food and music playing. I really enjoyed getting to be at the canal, which is a beautiful piece of IUPUI. This is an event truly no other school can do! So come out and visit us Fairbanks ambassadors at our tent. We would love to see you!
Jaida Speth, Health Services Management student
The IUPUI Regatta consists of a half-mile canoe relay competition involving teams of six people. The Regatta has been a symbol of unity for years by bringing students together and alumni back for the fun. Stop by the canal on Saturday!