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UIndy to increase tuition for 2018-2019

UIndy to increase tuition for 2018-2019

12.04.2017  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis released a statement on Dec. 4 that announced undergraduate tuition will increase for the 2018-2019 academic year by 3.5 percent, or $488 per semester. This means that tuition will ... Read on

School of Education program awarded grant

School of Education program awarded grant

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

The School of Education at the University of Indianapolis was awarded $262,801 from the Indiana Commission of Higher Education through the 2017 Indiana STEM Teacher Recruitment Fund Grant. The grant will help fund ... Read on

International Food Expo offers taste of culture

International Food Expo offers taste of culture

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

Various dishes from six continents were on full display at the “Hounds Top Chef: Cultural Learning Through Food” event on Nov. 7 in UIndy Hall A. The event was organized by students from ... Read on

Commission revising alcohol codes

Commission revising alcohol codes

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

The Indiana Alcohol Code Revision Commission, an interim committee of the General Assembly, has been meeting regularly since Aug. 22 and will meet throughout the next two years to discuss, review and draft ... Read on

Cross Country Teams End Season Better Prepared for Next Year

Cross Country Teams End Season Better Prepared for Next Year

11.28.2017  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis’ Cross Country teams finished their season at the NCAA Division II Regionals in Cedarville, Ohio on Nov. 4. The women’s team placed 16th out of 28 teams and the ... Read on

Men’s soccer falls short in NCAA tournament

Men’s soccer falls short in NCAA tournament

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

After they swept the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament, the University of Indianapolis men’s soccer team fell short to the Maryville University Saints in the first round of the NCAA Division II tournament ... Read on

Women’s basketball begins season

Women’s basketball begins season

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="14916,14917,14918,14919"] After ending last season with a record of 17-14, statistically their best since 2013-14, the University of Indianapolis women’ basketball team began their 2017-18 season. The women hosted the Grand Valley State ... Read on

No. 3 Lewis knocks volleyball out of tournament

No. 3 Lewis knocks volleyball out of tournament

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

The No. 3 Lewis University Flyers defeated the University of Indianapolis volleyball team in the first round of the GLVC tournament on Nov. 17, ending their season with a record of 13-19. Prior to ... Read on

TAYLOR SWIFT: REPUTATION

TAYLOR SWIFT: REPUTATION

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

I didn’t have high expectations for  Taylor Swift’s sixth studio album, “Reputation” after hearing her not-so-great single “Look What You Made Me Do.”  To say that my low expectations were met would be a ... Read on

‘Flight of Obscurity’ showcases movement and forms of aviation

‘Flight of Obscurity’ showcases movement and forms of aviation

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

“Flight of Obscurity XIV” is an exhibit created by Nathan Foley which opened in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center on Nov. 13. The exhibit will be open through Dec. 15 on weekdays. The ... Read on

BURGERFUEL

BURGERFUEL

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

BurgerFuel is a gourmet burger restaurant that uses fresh, natural ingredients. BurgerFuel began in New Zealand and their first location in the U.S. opened in Broad Ripple. The fact that it is from ... Read on

JUSTICE LEAGUE

JUSTICE LEAGUE

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

The one word that comes to mind regarding the newest DC superhero film,“Justice League” is “cheesy.” The film is filled with inauthentic one-liners that tend to cheapen the plot of the story. Following ... Read on

Celebrties should not get a free pass for harrasment

Celebrties should not get a free pass for harrasment

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

An ongoing stream of  harassment and sexual misconduct allegations against big-name celebrities has recently come to light. Whether victims and accusers stepping forward is because they are more comfortable identifying those they accuse, ... Read on

Politicians or personalities?

Politicians or personalities?

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

From Donald Trump talking to his reflection on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” to Hillary Clinton dabbing on “Ellen,” politicians in the modern world have been acting more and more like a ... Read on

TV ratings are misleading: MLB isn’t back

TV ratings are misleading: MLB isn’t back

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

During the last two World Series, it was hard to find a sports fan who did not watch any part of the Chicago Cubs or the Houston Astros’ championship runs. When the Cubs ... Read on

The joys of Black Friday

The joys of Black Friday

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

Thanksgiving is the day when families gather together “to give thanks in grateful acknowledgement of benefits or favors, especially to God,” according to dictionary.com. After the joys of spending time with your family ... Read on

Indianapolis arts scene

Indianapolis arts scene

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

Indianapolis has a large art scene that is constantly growing within the city. While most Indianapolis natives are probably familiar with the Indianapolis Museum of Art located on 38th Street or have been ... Read on

Professor contributes to children’s program

Professor contributes to children’s program

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

Professors at the University of Indianapolis are required to research and serve in addition to their role of teaching students. Assistant Professor of Global Languages and Cross-Cultural Studies Ana Maria Ferreira has a ... Read on

KDP chapter receives recognition

KDP chapter receives recognition

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

The Sigma Omicron chapter of Kappa Delta Pi took home two awards at this years KDP biennial convocation held in Pittsburgh, Penn. on October 26-28. KDP is an international honor society for education ... Read on

Greyhound takes to the track for motocross

Greyhound takes to the track for motocross

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

“I love the adrenaline rush,” she said. Senior accounting major Addison Clouse is a student at the University of Indianapolis student, but also a motocross champion. Clouse described the feeling when she is on ... Read on

UIndy to increase tuition for 2018-2019

UIndy to increase tuition for 2018-2019

12.04.2017  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis released a statement on Dec. 4 that announced undergraduate tuition will increase for the 2018-2019 academic year by 3.5 percent, or $488 per semester. This means that tuition will ... Read on

Cross Country Teams End Season Better Prepared for Next Year

Cross Country Teams End Season Better Prepared for Next Year

11.28.2017  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis’ Cross Country teams finished their season at the NCAA Division II Regionals in Cedarville, Ohio on Nov. 4. The women’s team placed 16th out of 28 teams and the ... Read on

School of Education program awarded grant

School of Education program awarded grant

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

The School of Education at the University of Indianapolis was awarded $262,801 from the Indiana Commission of Higher Education through the 2017 Indiana STEM Teacher Recruitment Fund Grant. The grant will help fund ... Read on

Celebrties should not get a free pass for harrasment

Celebrties should not get a free pass for harrasment

11.21.2017  |  No Comments ››

An ongoing stream of  harassment and sexual misconduct allegations against big-name celebrities has recently come to light. Whether victims and accusers stepping forward is because they are more comfortable identifying those they accuse, ... Read on

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