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Community dogs provide therapy for people in need

Community dogs provide therapy for people in need

11.29.2016  |  No Comments ››

Students on the University of Indianapolis campus were invited to gather and meet dogs from Eskenazi Health's Therapy Dog program on Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. in the Engagement Center. The therapy dogs ... Read on

Wellness Challenge promotes active lifestyle

Wellness Challenge promotes active lifestyle

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The Wellness Challenge is a workout challenge held in the Ruth Lilly Fitness Center that is intended to increase the number of students using the weight room. It began a few weeks ago ... Read on

Health Pavilion wins award

Health Pavilion wins award

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis’ Health Pavilion recently was recognized with the Indianapolis Chamber of  Commerce’s first People’s Choice Award. UIndy received this award at the Monumental Awards Dinner on Oct. 20. For the first ... Read on

Marines celebrate their 241st birthday at UIndy

Marines celebrate their 241st birthday at UIndy

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The University of Indianapolis celebrated the Marines’ 241st birthday at 4 p.m. on Nov. 10 in the Stierwalt Alumni House. Former Mayor Greg Ballard started off the ceremony by speaking to all the ... Read on

Men’s basketball hosts tournament

Men’s basketball hosts tournament

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis men’s basketball team started their season with a 1-3 record. Last week, the men battled Lake Superior State and Hillsdale College, after their season opening tournament the previous weekend. The ... Read on

Women’s basketball starts its season 3-1

Women’s basketball starts its season 3-1

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis women’s basketball team started off its season with a 3-1 record, its best since its 2013-14 season. Last week, the team traveled to Ohio to battle the Tiffin University ... Read on

Volleyball season ends to Rockhurst

Volleyball season ends to Rockhurst

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis volleyball team ended its season with a loss to Rockhurst University in its first game of the Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship Tournament. UIndy ended its season with a ... Read on

Football ends season with winning record

Football ends season with winning record

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of  Indianapolis football team finished with a winning season after defeating Saint Joseph’s College 21-16 on Saturday, Nov. 12. Following the win, Head Football Coach Bob Bartolomeo explained that the win was ... Read on

THE FIRST HOSTAGE

THE FIRST HOSTAGE

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

“The First Hostage,” written by Joel C. Rosenberg, is a fictional suspense-thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the book. The setting is the Middle East, and it ... Read on

CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL

CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

“Christmastime is here, happiness and cheer” and tons of prematurely decorated voluptuous  green Christmas trees. Kicking off its newest holiday tradition, The Oaks Academy in Indianapolis hosted its first Christmas Tree Festival from Nov. ... Read on

Exhibit opens, features faculty

Exhibit opens, features faculty

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The University of Indianapolis bi-annual Faculty Art Exhibition opened to the community on Nov. 14, featuring artwork submitted by each full-time Art & Design faculty member, as well as pieces submitted by adjunct ... Read on

SHAPIRO’S

SHAPIRO’S

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Founded in 1903 by an immigrant couple from Russia, Shapiro’s Deli began as a business by selling flour and sugar on the street, which years later, expanded into a grocery store-deli, which is ... Read on

A prison cell for the recently free

A prison cell for the recently free

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College is a place to come and learn more about one’s self and how to thrive in academia from minuscule mistakes and overshot dreams. College is about venturing out to find a place ... Read on

Say goodbye to Vine

Say goodbye to Vine

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

Social media apps are becoming more and more available, but some are coming to an end. Vine is a six second video sharing app. It allows for creative circumstances in just six seconds. ... Read on

Why I’m happy the election is over

Why I’m happy the election is over

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

As for many others, the primary and general elections held this year were the first two I could vote in. At first, I was excited to vote, to finally make my voice heard. ... Read on

Thanksgiving is more than just a day off

Thanksgiving is more than just a day off

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

Despite the Christmas decorations that are taking over the empty Halloween shelves in every retail store or the continuous Hallmark Christmas movie marathons, there is still one more holiday left: Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving can be ... Read on

How Trump won and the role of the media

How Trump won and the role of the media

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President-Elect Donald Trump stood in front of Trump Tower and formally announced that he would be running for president of the United States, claiming he would “make America great again” on June 16, ... Read on

The possible role of vice president-elect Pence

The possible role of vice president-elect Pence

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

Now that the election is over, Americans are learning about the new politicians elected to represent them. While everyone heard so much more about and from the presidential candidates, the vice presidential candidates ... Read on

What does this election mean for the next four years?

What does this election mean for the next four years?

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Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States on Nov. 8, after defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. He is scheduled to take office on Jan. 20, 2017. While some United ... Read on

US Senate, state executive race results

US Senate, state executive race results

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

The Indiana senate race concluded with Todd Young (Republican) 10 points ahead of Evan Bayh (Democrat). Although Bayh started out with a lead in the polls, his numbers declined until he and Young ... Read on

Community dogs provide therapy for people in need

Community dogs provide therapy for people in need

11.29.2016  |  No Comments ››

Students on the University of Indianapolis campus were invited to gather and meet dogs from Eskenazi Health's Therapy Dog program on Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. in the Engagement Center. The therapy dogs ... Read on

Wellness Challenge promotes active lifestyle

Wellness Challenge promotes active lifestyle

11.29.2016  |  No Comments ››

The Wellness Challenge is a workout challenge held in the Ruth Lilly Fitness Center that is intended to increase the number of students using the weight room. It began a few weeks ago ... Read on

A prison cell for the recently free

A prison cell for the recently free

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

College is a place to come and learn more about one’s self and how to thrive in academia from minuscule mistakes and overshot dreams. College is about venturing out to find a place ... Read on

Health Pavilion wins award

Health Pavilion wins award

11.22.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis’ Health Pavilion recently was recognized with the Indianapolis Chamber of  Commerce’s first People’s Choice Award. UIndy received this award at the Monumental Awards Dinner on Oct. 20. For the first ... Read on

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