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Festival celebrates Burmese culture on campus

Festival celebrates Burmese culture on campus

11.22.2014  |  No Comments ››

The Spirit and Place Festival, held on Nov. 13 in the Schwitzer Student Center, celebrated Burmese culture, while also looking at some of the struggles that the Burmese people deal with. “I really am ... Read on

Panel answers questions, discusses liberal arts degrees

Panel answers questions, discusses liberal arts degrees

11.21.2014  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis held a liberal arts panel on Oct. 27 that included four UIndy alumni. The four were Brad Hoekstra, Mark Meadows, Emily Ellis and Chris Dixon. These four had graduated ... Read on

Hound Hustle rings runners on campus, in a community together

Hound Hustle rings runners on campus, in a community together

11.21.2014  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis kicked off the Homecoming morning with the inaugural Hound Hustle 5K, a 3.1 mile race that brought in an abundance of participants ranging from UIndy employees, alumni, students and ... Read on

Meteorology course undergoes changes

Meteorology course undergoes changes

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

Meteorology 211 has been remodeled to better correlate with the subject level. According to Associate Professor of Physics and Earth Space Sciences Tim Duman, this course allows students to gain knowledge about the ... Read on

Men’s soccer claims first-ever GLVC championship

Men’s soccer claims first-ever GLVC championship

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

For the first time in history, the University of Indianapolis men’s soccer won the Great Lakes Valley Conference championship on Nov. 9. The Greyhounds faced off against Quincy University, defeating the Hawks 3-1 for ... Read on

Football crowned GLVC Champions

Football crowned GLVC Champions

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

For the third-consecutive year, the University of Indianapolis football team was crowned champions of the Great Lakes Valley Conference on Saturday, Nov. 8 after defeating the Missouri S&T Miners on the road 30-12. The ... Read on

Baseball raises money during charity game

Baseball raises money during charity game

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis baseball team braved the cold and wind outside to put on its first-ever costume game for a charitable cause on Oct. 31. Each player on the team dressed up ... Read on

Volleyball claims two straight home matches

Volleyball claims two straight home matches

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

In its final regular season match of the year on Saturday, Nov. 8, the University of Indianapolis volleyball team swept the Bellarmine University Knights to take another conference victory on Senior Day. During the ... Read on

THE SLOW REGARD OF SILENT THINGS

THE SLOW REGARD OF SILENT THINGS

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

>> “The Slow Regard of Silent Things” is a short book by Patrick Rothfuss that revolves around the mysterious life of Auri, who is a character in the “Kingkiller Chronicles.” The first book ... Read on

Jazz Concert Series continues with native Indianapolis saxophonist

Jazz Concert Series continues with native Indianapolis saxophonist

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

Indianapolis native saxophonist Sean Imboden brought his quartet to the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center as part of the Jazz Concert Series on Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m. The Concert Series is organized by ... Read on

GIORGIO’S

GIORGIO’S

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

>> Right off of Monument Circle is Giorgio’s Pizza. I immediately felt like Giorgio’s provided a calm retreat in busy and bustling downtown Indianapolis. The restaurant itself looks like what an actual Italian ... Read on

1989

1989

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

>> Taylor Swift’s new album “1989,” is definitely my favorite album that she has released. From the very first song to the last, this album put me in a great mood, and I ... Read on

Optimism: a form of courage in a world of uncertainty and fear

Optimism: a form of courage in a world of uncertainty and fear

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

If someone had met me 12 years ago, he or she would have encountered a shy, quiet 8-year-old who believed anything bad that could happen would happen to her. I even had some ... Read on

The legacy of Peyton Manning

The legacy of Peyton Manning

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

If you are from the state of Indiana, you have heard the name Peyton Manning at least once or twice in your lifetime. For just over a decade, the man who held the quarterback ... Read on

A student reacts:  Pink Week

A student reacts: Pink Week

10.29.2014  |  No Comments ››

When I was 15-years-old I got the worst news I could ever have imagined. My grandmother had been diagnosed with stage three ovarian cancer. My grandmother and I were close, especially since my family ... Read on

The not-so-hot zone

The not-so-hot zone

10.29.2014  |  No Comments ››

I am sure we all have recently seen someone post online about either traveling by plane or having to go to the doctor to which another person must make the comment, “Watch out ... Read on

THE SLOW REGARD OF SILENT THINGS

THE SLOW REGARD OF SILENT THINGS

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

>> “The Slow Regard of Silent Things” is a short book by Patrick Rothfuss that revolves around the mysterious life of Auri, who is a character in the “Kingkiller Chronicles.” The first book ... Read on

GIORGIO’S

GIORGIO’S

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

>> Right off of Monument Circle is Giorgio’s Pizza. I immediately felt like Giorgio’s provided a calm retreat in busy and bustling downtown Indianapolis. The restaurant itself looks like what an actual Italian ... Read on

1989

1989

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

>> Taylor Swift’s new album “1989,” is definitely my favorite album that she has released. From the very first song to the last, this album put me in a great mood, and I ... Read on

SIMON SKJODT INTERNATIONAL ORANGUTAN CENTER

SIMON SKJODT INTERNATIONAL ORANGUTAN CENTER

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

>> The Indianapolis Zoo’s new exhibit opened in May, but I only recently got around to going. The Simon Skjodt International Orangutan Center is home to eight orangutans. The eight are Basan, Azy, ... Read on

Festival celebrates Burmese culture on campus

Festival celebrates Burmese culture on campus

11.22.2014  |  No Comments ››

The Spirit and Place Festival, held on Nov. 13 in the Schwitzer Student Center, celebrated Burmese culture, while also looking at some of the struggles that the Burmese people deal with. “I really am ... Read on

Panel answers questions, discusses liberal arts degrees

Panel answers questions, discusses liberal arts degrees

11.21.2014  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis held a liberal arts panel on Oct. 27 that included four UIndy alumni. The four were Brad Hoekstra, Mark Meadows, Emily Ellis and Chris Dixon. These four had graduated ... Read on

Hound Hustle rings runners on campus, in a community together

Hound Hustle rings runners on campus, in a community together

11.21.2014  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis kicked off the Homecoming morning with the inaugural Hound Hustle 5K, a 3.1 mile race that brought in an abundance of participants ranging from UIndy employees, alumni, students and ... Read on

THE SLOW REGARD OF SILENT THINGS

THE SLOW REGARD OF SILENT THINGS

11.12.2014  |  No Comments ››

>> “The Slow Regard of Silent Things” is a short book by Patrick Rothfuss that revolves around the mysterious life of Auri, who is a character in the “Kingkiller Chronicles.” The first book ... Read on

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