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University archivist shares her life story

University archivist shares her life story

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

University Archivist and Associate Librarian Christine Guyonneau presented her life narrative in the Schwitzer Student Center Trustees Dining Room on Monday afternoon, April 18. The event was sponsored by the Lantz Center for ... Read on

Revision of alcohol policy calls for changes to UIndy events and living

Revision of alcohol policy calls for changes to UIndy events and living

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A revised alcohol policy was introduced by the University of Indianapolis Board of Trustees this past fall. In October, a policy was proposed and passed that allows alcohol to be served at approved ... Read on

Former mayor joins UIndy

Former mayor joins UIndy

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Following former mayors Richard Lugar, William Hudnut, Stephen Goldsmith and Bart Peterson, Former Mayor Greg Ballard has joined the University of Indianapolis’ Institute for Civic Leadership and Mayoral Archives. President Robert Manuel announced the ... Read on

Thirst Project helps global water crisis

Thirst Project helps global water crisis

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“Think about a cold glass of water on a hot day. To many of us, water is something that we take for granted. However, some people in this world are not as lucky,” ... Read on

Men’s lacrosse scores 14, beats Alderson

Men’s lacrosse scores 14, beats Alderson

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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

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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

Baseball wins series against Bellarmine

Baseball wins series against Bellarmine

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Currently tied for first in the Great Lakes Valley Conference East, and ranked No. 17 in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association poll, the University of  Indianapolis baseball team won its series 3-1 ... Read on

Softball sweeps weekend play against Truman and Quincy

Softball sweeps weekend play against Truman and Quincy

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The University of Indianapolis softball team closed out regular season play with wins over Truman State University and Quincy University. In the first game of the doubleheader against Quincy, senior pitcher Morgan Foley threw ... Read on

PERSONA

PERSONA

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 “PersonA,” by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, is one of the better indie rock albums I have listened to in a while. Most of “PersonA” maintains a slower and mellower tone, usually ... Read on

‘The Laramie Project’ shines light on assault, murder of Matthew Shepard

‘The Laramie Project’ shines light on assault, murder of Matthew Shepard

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“The Laramie Project,” put on by the University of Indianapolis Theatre Department, is based on a hate crime committed by two men in Laramie, Wis. on Oct. 7, 1998. The men, Aaron McKinney ... Read on

VICTORY FIELD

VICTORY FIELD

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 Spending an evening at Victory Field never seems to let me down. Going to an Indianapolis Indians game is an event everyone can enjoy. The Indians opened their first home game with a ... Read on

UIndy Jazz Ensemble performance brings audience on stage

UIndy Jazz Ensemble performance brings audience on stage

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Ruth Lilly Performance Hall hosted the University of Indianapolis Jazz Ensemble on April 12 for students, family and community members. The ensemble was led by the Director of Jazz Studies Freddie Mendoza, who ... Read on

Game of Votes: Confessions from a wannabe expat

Game of Votes: Confessions from a wannabe expat

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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

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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

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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

Game of Votes: Introduction

Game of Votes: Introduction

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On behalf of the great state of Indiana, the home of Garfield the Cat, I welcome you! Thanks to the long war between you five, you have given our state more of a ... Read on

Life after bars: UIndy student shares story

Life after bars: UIndy student shares story

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This is one of the passages in 29-year-old senior math major Joshua Track’s essay for his ENGL 310: Creative Nonfiction course. The essay documents how at age 19, Track became a bank robber. ... Read on

UIndy Alum starts charity to help families dealing with breast cancer

UIndy Alum starts charity to help families dealing with breast cancer

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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

UIndy’s first family

UIndy’s first family

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He is known as President Robert Manuel on campus, but to Sophia, Alexandra, and Margaux, he is known as Dad.  Students have gotten to know Manuel from speeches he has given and simply ... Read on

Students of various majors discuss their capstone experiences

Students of various majors discuss their capstone experiences

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The University of Indianapolis offers more than 100 undergraduate programs, each with its own capstone project. Seniors at UIndy must complete a final project or course at the 400-level that is supposed to ... Read on

‘The Laramie Project’ shines light on assault, murder of Matthew Shepard

‘The Laramie Project’ shines light on assault, murder of Matthew Shepard

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

“The Laramie Project,” put on by the University of Indianapolis Theatre Department, is based on a hate crime committed by two men in Laramie, Wis. on Oct. 7, 1998. The men, Aaron McKinney ... Read on

PERSONA

PERSONA

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

 “PersonA,” by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, is one of the better indie rock albums I have listened to in a while. Most of “PersonA” maintains a slower and mellower tone, usually ... Read on

University archivist shares her life story

University archivist shares her life story

04.27.2016  |  No Comments ››

University Archivist and Associate Librarian Christine Guyonneau presented her life narrative in the Schwitzer Student Center Trustees Dining Room on Monday afternoon, April 18. The event was sponsored by the Lantz Center for ... 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

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