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Vigil for 9/11 brings different faiths together

Vigil for 9/11 brings different faiths together

09.13.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis Registered Student Organization Interfaith hosted a 9/11 Vigil to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks on Sunday, Sept. 11. To begin the vigil, the Greenwood ... Read on

Bomb threat received at the UIndy Campus

Bomb threat received at the UIndy Campus

09.07.2016  |  No Comments ››

Confusion filled the air at the University of Indianapolis on Thursday as the students and staff were evacuated in regards to a bomb threat. Shortly after 4 p.m. all students, staff and faculty ... Read on

Yvonne Shaheen named Living Legend

Yvonne Shaheen named Living Legend

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

Each year, the Indiana Historical Society gives  Living Legends Awards to people who have made significant contributions to Indiana through their personal or professional work, according to Vice President of Development and Membership ... Read on

Greyhound Village completed

Greyhound Village completed

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

Greyhound Village, the new on-campus apartments, opened Aug. 15. The four-story residence includes private rooms and bathrooms, a fitness center, study rooms, lounging areas, sand volleyball courts and more. The dedication ceremony for the ... Read on

Hounds open season 0-2 for first time since 2012

Hounds open season 0-2 for first time since 2012

09.12.2016  |  No Comments ››

After falling to Hillsdale College in the season opener, the University of Indianapolis football team fell 38-16 to No. 1 ranked Marian University on Saturday, September 10. The Indianapolis rivals played in front ... Read on

UIndy alum Reece Horn pursues dream in NFL

UIndy alum Reece Horn pursues dream in NFL

05.05.2016  |  No Comments ››

In the summer of 2010, Head Football Coach Bob Bartolomeo saw the University of Indianapolis wide receiver who would set and break multiple records before he would graduate for the first time. Little ... Read on

Men’s lacrosse scores 14, beats Alderson

Men’s lacrosse scores 14, beats Alderson

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

The Eastern College Athletic Conference pulls the top four teams for postseason play, and the University of Indianapolis men’s lacrosse team is currently part of a four way tie for second place. With ... Read on

Women’s lacrosse looks to bounce back after loss

Women’s lacrosse looks to bounce back after loss

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

With two games remaining in the season, the University of Indianapolis women’s lacrosse team is currently tied for fifth in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Hounds took a 20-8 loss to No. ... Read on

Brave Enough

Brave Enough

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

 After listening to Lindsey Stirling’s new album “Brave Enough,” I have to say that I love it,  but not as much as I thought I would. Sterling is an electric violinist who plays ... Read on

Indiana State Fair

Indiana State Fair

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

The Indiana State Fair known for its unhealthy food choices and daily events, hosted Maddie & Tae, a female country duo, on Aug. 16 at 7:30 p.m. The concert, one of many, was ... Read on

A Beautiful Funeral

A Beautiful Funeral

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

Mob bosses, uncertain death and suspense on every turn of the page are just a few things stowed away in the sixth book of the Maddox Brothers Series, “A Beautiful Funeral,” written by ... Read on

The Eagle

The Eagle

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

I’ve never had a bad experience at a restaurant on Mass Ave, and The Eagle is no exception. Walking up to the restaurant, I immediately noticed the large and beautiful outdoor seating. After ... Read on

Weighing the pros and cons of taking a gap year

Weighing the pros and cons of taking a gap year

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

Zoe I’ve seen the pictures and heard the stories about my cousins’ gap years and found myself wishing I’d done that, or  even thought that it was a possibility. Taking a gap year, or ... Read on

Game of Votes: Confessions from a wannabe expat

Game of Votes: Confessions from a wannabe expat

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

Immigration is one of the biggest hot button issues of the 2016 Presidential campaign. From President Obama’s DREAM Program to Donald Trump’s plans for a border wall, everyone is using his or her ... Read on

Game of Votes: Don’t flee the elections

Game of Votes: Don’t flee the elections

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

When presidential candidate Donald Trump won seven states on Super Tuesday, Google Data Editor Simon Rogers tweeted out, “Searches for ‘how can I move to Canada’ on Google have spiked +350% in the ... Read on

Farewells from The Reflector senior staff: 2015-2016

Farewells from The Reflector senior staff: 2015-2016

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

Michael Rheinheimer, Opinion Editor Through the years, I have tried to make sense of the hand I’ve been dealt. Finally I discovered the good book—the works of Joseph Campbell. His theories on the Hero’s ... Read on

Students travel near and far: UIndy students help through mission trips

Students travel near and far: UIndy students help through mission trips

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

Some students from the University of Indianapolis had the opportunity to go on mission trips during the summer. Two of those students were senior exercise science major Stacy Weber and senior psychology and ... Read on

Lemonade stand opens prospects

Lemonade stand opens prospects

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

Summer break officially begins after finals in May and lasts until the last week of August, but for sophomore computer science and digital media major Cole Hornung, August has meant a lengthy work ... Read on

Life after bars: UIndy student shares story

Life after bars: UIndy student shares story

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

“Everybody makes mistakes. We don’t all have the good fortune of being pious and holy, in spite of how much some might like to believe they may be. However, not everybody decides to ... Read on

UIndy Alum starts charity to help families dealing with breast cancer

UIndy Alum starts charity to help families dealing with breast cancer

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

University of  Indianapolis alum Colin Bowles raced with the 35 members of his team in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, on April 16 in Indianapolis. The team was made up ... Read on

Vigil for 9/11 brings different faiths together

Vigil for 9/11 brings different faiths together

09.13.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis Registered Student Organization Interfaith hosted a 9/11 Vigil to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks on Sunday, Sept. 11. To begin the vigil, the Greenwood ... Read on

Hounds open season 0-2 for first time since 2012

Hounds open season 0-2 for first time since 2012

09.12.2016  |  No Comments ››

After falling to Hillsdale College in the season opener, the University of Indianapolis football team fell 38-16 to No. 1 ranked Marian University on Saturday, September 10. The Indianapolis rivals played in front ... Read on

Bomb threat received at the UIndy Campus

Bomb threat received at the UIndy Campus

09.07.2016  |  No Comments ››

Confusion filled the air at the University of Indianapolis on Thursday as the students and staff were evacuated in regards to a bomb threat. Shortly after 4 p.m. all students, staff and faculty ... Read on

Yvonne Shaheen named Living Legend

Yvonne Shaheen named Living Legend

08.24.2016  |  No Comments ››

Each year, the Indiana Historical Society gives  Living Legends Awards to people who have made significant contributions to Indiana through their personal or professional work, according to Vice President of Development and Membership ... Read on

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