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Toys for Tots Foundation gives to the less fortunate

Toys for Tots Foundation gives to the less fortunate

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis police department is running a toy drive in conjunction with the Marine Corps’  Toys for Tots Foundation to give back to the less fortunate in the community during the ... Read on

Event teaches pirate facts

Event teaches pirate facts

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

Schwitzer Student Center UIndy Hall A was invaded by the pirates of a First Year Seminar class, Pirates: Truth and Legend, 6-8 p.m. on Dec. 9. The students in the course dressed in ... Read on

BSA’s sixth annual Open Mic Night draws crowds

BSA’s sixth annual Open Mic Night draws crowds

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

The Black Student Association’s sixth annual Open Mic Night allowed students to perform their talents before a packed house in the atrium of the Schwitzer Student Center. Singers, guitarists and poets performed for ... Read on

Students consider graduation possibilities

Students consider graduation possibilities

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

About 330 students will graduate from the University of Indianapolis on Dec. 18, according to the Registrar’s Office website. While these students will be released from the university, they will not receive their ... Read on

Greyhounds fall on senior night

Greyhounds fall on senior night

01.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis wrestlers honored five seniors prior to competing against the University of Findlay on Jan. 22. Despite the 23-12 loss by the Hounds, Head Wrestling Coach Jason Warthan said that ... Read on

Strength training brings coaches, athletes together

Strength training brings coaches, athletes together

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

For part of the year, University of Indianapolis athletes compete in games, whether on the field, court, mat, track or in the pool. But when they are not competing, they are training. Strength ... Read on

Wrestling loses 22-19, wins 30-15 at Greyhound Duals

Wrestling loses 22-19, wins 30-15 at Greyhound Duals

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

In the first dual of the 2015-16 season, the University of Indianapolis split the day 1-1 as they took on Lindenwood University and Olivet College on Saturday, Dec. 12. The Hounds fell to Lindenwood ... Read on

Men’s basketball extends win streak to six

Men’s basketball extends win streak to six

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis men’s basketball team extended its win streak to six, with an 89-65 win over Olivet Nazarene University  Tigers on Saturday,  Dec. 12.  The win came after two consecutive double-digit ... Read on

Percussion Ensemble performs in Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center

Percussion Ensemble performs in Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis Percussion Ensemble performed in Ruth Lilly Performance Hall on Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. Paul Berns, faculty adjunct in music, directed the Percussion Ensemble. The concert opened with “General Dooley,” ... Read on

Jazz Combo kicks off winter season

Jazz Combo kicks off winter season

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis Jazz Combo, directed by Jazz Studies director Freddie Mendoza, performed at the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center on Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m. The combo included junior international relations and ... Read on

JINGLE RAILS

JINGLE RAILS

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

 “Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure,” the popular locomotive wonderland, continues for the sixth year at the Eiteljorg Museum.  This year, the exhibit has three new additions and breaks free from the museum’s ... Read on

HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN

HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

 If I ever had the opportunity to travel back in time to the early 1900s in the American West, I can honestly say I would not do it. I learned this after reading ... Read on

The First Order and ISIL

The First Order and ISIL

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

The new “Star Wars” movie is right around the corner. It is what many people are talking about.  The new movie is titled “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and is the eighth installment ... Read on

Why All Music Genres are Important

Why All Music Genres are Important

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

As someone who has avoided most modern pop music I must admit that, although sometimes annoying, it does serve its purpose in music and society. Since the beginning of the music industry there ... Read on

Is UIndy a liberal arts school?

Is UIndy a liberal arts school?

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

At first, I wondered whether asking if the University of Indianapolis is still a liberal arts school was ridiculous. We have a required liberal arts core, and we’re not a technical or trade ... Read on

The ups and downs of a sports addiction

The ups and downs of a sports addiction

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

Think about your life. How much are sports intertwined in it? What if one day you woke up and there were no sports? You could no longer talk about your favorite team or ... Read on

Boosting school spirit

Boosting school spirit

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

University of Indianapolis sporting events are full of school spirit and two groups of students are credited with helping pump up the crowd. These two groups are the pep band and the cheerleaders. ... Read on

Students discuss UIndy bucket list

Students discuss UIndy bucket list

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

A bucket list is all about doing things that people find amazing and fun before they “kick the bucket.” Bucket lists have become a widespread phenomenon gaining more popularity since the 2007 movie ... Read on

Philosophy class raises money for people in absolute poverty

Philosophy class raises money for people in absolute poverty

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

800 million people around the world live on less than $1.25 a day, according to Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion Peter Murphy. Murphy and his Honors Introduction to Philosophy course are trying ... Read on

President Robert Manuel: Day in the life

President Robert Manuel: Day in the life

11.24.2015  |  No Comments ››

University of Indianapolis President Robert Manuel is a very busy man, busier than many may imagine.  Rob, as he prefers to be called, wakes up every morning at 4:30 a.m. to start the ... Read on

Greyhounds fall on senior night

Greyhounds fall on senior night

01.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis wrestlers honored five seniors prior to competing against the University of Findlay on Jan. 22. Despite the 23-12 loss by the Hounds, Head Wrestling Coach Jason Warthan said that ... Read on

Boosting school spirit

Boosting school spirit

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

University of Indianapolis sporting events are full of school spirit and two groups of students are credited with helping pump up the crowd. These two groups are the pep band and the cheerleaders. ... Read on

Strength training brings coaches, athletes together

Strength training brings coaches, athletes together

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

For part of the year, University of Indianapolis athletes compete in games, whether on the field, court, mat, track or in the pool. But when they are not competing, they are training. Strength ... Read on

Percussion Ensemble performs in Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center

Percussion Ensemble performs in Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center

12.16.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis Percussion Ensemble performed in Ruth Lilly Performance Hall on Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. Paul Berns, faculty adjunct in music, directed the Percussion Ensemble. The concert opened with “General Dooley,” ... Read on

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