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Operation Cross Country makes arrests

Operation Cross Country makes arrests

11.13.2017  |  No Comments ››

The Federal Bureau of Investigation executed Operation Cross Country XI between Oct. 12 and 15 in Indianapolis.   According to the FBI press release, the operation involved more than 55 FBI field offices ... Read on

Anderson University professor puts on performance as Henry David Thoreau

Anderson University professor puts on performance as Henry David Thoreau

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Kevin Radaker professor of English at Anderson University performed a monologue composed from different works by Henry David Thoreau in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center on Wednesday, Oct. 25. Radaker has portrayed ... Read on

Speaker discusses hate speech and First Amendment rights

Speaker discusses hate speech and First Amendment rights

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Managing Director of the Desmond Tutu Center for Peace, Reconciliation, and Global Justice Waseema Ali spoke to students at the University of Indianapolis about hate speech and First Amendment rights under the Constitution ... Read on

Ambassador welcomed to campus

Ambassador welcomed to campus

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[gallery ids="14799,14800,14801"] nternational Education Month neared its end at the University of Indianapolis with the Oct. 27 visit of the Ambassador of the Republic of Rwanda to the United States Mathilde Mukantabana. Mukantabana met ... Read on

Football keeps breaking records

Football keeps breaking records

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Increasing its undefeated record, the University of Indianapolis football team picked up another win over the University of Missouri S&T on Nov. 4, as well as taking the GLVC conference title and moving ... Read on

The Greyhound Club works to better athletes

The Greyhound Club works to better athletes

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The white house at the cross streets of Hanna Ave. and State St.  across from Key Stadium is home to the Greyhound Club. The club plays a crucial role in financially supporting the ... Read on

Volleyball hopes to push past rough patch

Volleyball hopes to push past rough patch

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Despite the inconsistent rough patch, the University of Indianapolis volleyball team is trying to overcome its obstacles and focusing on finishing strong for the rest of the season, according to senior right side ... Read on

Frost, Kubuske earn NFCA honors for 2017 season

Frost, Kubuske earn NFCA honors for 2017 season

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Head Softball Coach Melissa Frost was diagnosed with breast cancer in November of 2016. Over six months, she underwent chemotherapy treatments while still attending practices and games. Assistant Softball Coach Sara Kubuske was ... Read on

‘Mary’s Monster’ spins tale of ‘Frankenstein’ author’s life

‘Mary’s Monster’ spins tale of ‘Frankenstein’ author’s life

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“Mary’s Monster” is an original play written by Indianapolis playwright K.T. Peterson. It debuted as a staged reading on Oct. 31 in Ransburg Auditorium and was performed again on Nov. 7. Assistant Professor ... Read on

TAPPERS

TAPPERS

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For those who are over 21 and love video games, nostalgia and beer, Tappers is heaven on Earth. As someone who has plenty of fond memories of old-school, 8-bit video games from my ... Read on

IKEA

IKEA

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As home decorators both amateur and professional likely know, IKEA is one of the most popular interior decorating companies in the world, and the Swedish corporation has now taken root in Fishers with ... Read on

‘Frankenstein’ takes stage for novel’s 200th anniversary

‘Frankenstein’ takes stage for novel’s 200th anniversary

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In celebration of the upcoming bicentennial of the novel, “Frankenstein” is being performed by the University of Indianapolis Department of Theatre in connection with the Community Frankenstein Course. The play is based on ... Read on

Celebrities have a right to speak about politics

Celebrities have a right to speak about politics

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YES: From songs to award shows to sporting events, politics seem to be involved in just about everything. Plenty of celebrities have political opinions. Whether they express them or not is up to ... Read on

‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ vital to youth

‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ vital to youth

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Since its publication in 1960, Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” has become one of the most challenged works of literature of all time. Parents, students and school officials alike have pushed ... Read on

Celebrities should stay out of politics

Celebrities should stay out of politics

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NO: Celebrities have a long history of commenting on politics and social issues, from songs about the labor movement by Pete Seeger to entertainers like Sammy Davis Jr. speaking out in support of ... Read on

Licensing journalists violates First Amendment rights

Licensing journalists violates First Amendment rights

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“Marine Corps veteran and defender of the Constitution” This is the biography on the Twitter page of Indiana State Representative Jim Lucas (R-Seymour). The latter part of that biography, “defender of the Constitution,” is ... Read on

Students and faculty explore new subjects

Students and faculty explore new subjects

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Once a week, Assistant Professor of English Kip Robisch and senior creative writing and literary studies double major Jimmy Nelligan meet at the Perk in the library to discuss Nelligan’s independent study project. ... Read on

UIndy partners with BACI, helps Burmese immigrants

UIndy partners with BACI, helps Burmese immigrants

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Community outreach and engagement are focal points for the University of Indianapolis, according to Director of Service Learning and Community Engagement Marianna Foulkrod. Because of this, UIndy partnered with the Burmese-American Community Institute shortly ... Read on

Burmese business owners working toward the American Dream

Burmese business owners working toward the American Dream

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Cung Bik Zaathang Cung Bik Zaathang is a Burmese political asylee who has lived in the United States for nearly 17 years and the owner of the first Burmese restaurant in the Indianapolis area, ... Read on

Greyhounds participate in marathon

Greyhounds participate in marathon

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  [gallery ids="14738,14739,14740,14741"] The tenth anniversary of the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon took place on Nov. 4, with University of Indianapolis Greyhounds taking part. According to the Monumental Marathon website, the course will take the participants ... Read on

Operation Cross Country makes arrests

Operation Cross Country makes arrests

11.13.2017  |  No Comments ››

The Federal Bureau of Investigation executed Operation Cross Country XI between Oct. 12 and 15 in Indianapolis.   According to the FBI press release, the operation involved more than 55 FBI field offices ... Read on

Anderson University professor puts on performance as Henry David Thoreau

Anderson University professor puts on performance as Henry David Thoreau

11.08.2017  |  No Comments ››

Kevin Radaker professor of English at Anderson University performed a monologue composed from different works by Henry David Thoreau in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center on Wednesday, Oct. 25. Radaker has portrayed ... Read on

Speaker discusses hate speech and First Amendment rights

Speaker discusses hate speech and First Amendment rights

11.08.2017  |  No Comments ››

Managing Director of the Desmond Tutu Center for Peace, Reconciliation, and Global Justice Waseema Ali spoke to students at the University of Indianapolis about hate speech and First Amendment rights under the Constitution ... Read on

Celebrities have a right to speak about politics

Celebrities have a right to speak about politics

11.08.2017  |  No Comments ››

YES: From songs to award shows to sporting events, politics seem to be involved in just about everything. Plenty of celebrities have political opinions. Whether they express them or not is up to ... Read on

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