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Social work to get master’s degree program

Social work to get master’s degree program

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis plans to create a master’s degree program in social work and hopes to implement it by 2016, according to Chair of the Phylis Lan Lin Department in Social Work ... Read on

Security measures in KML renovations to be minor

Security measures in KML renovations to be minor

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

With renovations coming to the Krannert Memorial Library, security updates have been a topic of discussion. However, according to Director of the Library Matthew Shaw, the library seldom has issues with students stealing ... Read on

Katie Coyle shares novel at Kellogg Writers Series

Katie Coyle shares novel at Kellogg Writers Series

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

Young  adult  fiction writer Katie Coyle spoke at the University of Indianapolis’ Kellogg Writers Series on Feb. 6 in Schwitzer 010. She read her newly released book, “Vivian Apple at the End of the ... Read on

Renovations continue, Perk serves Starbucks

Renovations continue, Perk serves Starbucks

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of  Indianapolis began a series of renovations with the Health Pavilion, but when students came back to campus after winter break, they found another change in place. The Perk had become ... Read on

Men’s basketball gets back on roll

Men’s basketball gets back on roll

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

It was nothing but statistically dominant success this past weekend for the University of Indianapolis men’s basketball team, as the then No. 7 team in the country piled on another two victories over ... Read on

Wrestling competes in duals

Wrestling competes in duals

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis wrestling team competed on the road this past weekend on Sunday, Feb. 15 at the Dr. Lombardi/Maryville Duals, losing against two of three teams at the event. The Greyhounds suffered ... Read on

Women’s soccer welcomes new player to 2015 roster

Women’s soccer welcomes new player to 2015 roster

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis women’s soccer team added Rory Halbert to its roster on Friday, Feb. 6, as a part of TeamIMPACT. Halbert signed her letter of intent at a press conference held ... Read on

Swimming and Diving compete at conference

Swimming and Diving compete at conference

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

Over the past weekend from Feb. 11-14, the University of Indianapolis men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams competed in the 2015 Great Lakes Valley Conference Swimming and Diving Championships, placing third for ... Read on

FIFTY SHADES OF GREY

FIFTY SHADES OF GREY

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

>> Going into this movie, I was prepared for raunchy scenes and horrible acting considering I had never heard of either of the lead actors. The movie surprisingly exceeded those expectations. Dakota Johnson ... Read on

New art gallery opens in Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center

New art gallery opens in Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

A new art exhibit opened in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery. From Feb. 16 through March 20, “Loteria: Reflections of Life and Luck,” by Hector Duarte, will be on display. Gallery Coordinator ... Read on

THE NIGHTINGALE

THE NIGHTINGALE

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

>> Passion, courage and excitability best describe Kristin Hannah’s novel “The Nightingale.” In this book, you are taken on an adventure during the terrible times of World War II. The main characters, Vianne ... Read on

SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT

SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

> Bob Dylan’s latest album includes his take on ten of Frank Sinatra’s classic songs. Now you may think that Dylan and Sinatra would make a strange pair.  Lyrics that I have become ... Read on

Is stress the price that must be paid?

Is stress the price that must be paid?

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

For as long as I can remember, my life has always been “go, go, go.” I am the oldest of four girls who all were involved in different sports, clubs and organizations. When ... Read on

State government has overstepped its bounds

State government has overstepped its bounds

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

The government always has managed to spurn my temper in one way or another. Between petty fighting across the aisle over trivial issues, or a small group from one party or another blocking ... Read on

Do not hate fans of different music genres

Do not hate fans of different music genres

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

Music is wonderful. It is said that music is the great unifier, but sometimes it seems to do the exact opposite. Day in and day out music is fiercely defended. People tell each other ... Read on

Free two-year college will benefit economy

Free two-year college will benefit economy

02.04.2015  |  No Comments ››

Every college student enjoys getting things for free. President Obama has proposed free two-year community college education for those seeking to start or further their education without the overwhelming dread of debt hanging ... Read on

FIFTY SHADES OF GREY

FIFTY SHADES OF GREY

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

>> Going into this movie, I was prepared for raunchy scenes and horrible acting considering I had never heard of either of the lead actors. The movie surprisingly exceeded those expectations. Dakota Johnson ... Read on

THE NIGHTINGALE

THE NIGHTINGALE

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

>> Passion, courage and excitability best describe Kristin Hannah’s novel “The Nightingale.” In this book, you are taken on an adventure during the terrible times of World War II. The main characters, Vianne ... Read on

SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT

SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

> Bob Dylan’s latest album includes his take on ten of Frank Sinatra’s classic songs. Now you may think that Dylan and Sinatra would make a strange pair.  Lyrics that I have become ... Read on

WIZARDING WORLD OF  HARRY POTTER

WIZARDING WORLD OF HARRY POTTER

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

>> Stepping onto the grounds of Harry Potter World was like stepping into a magical dream. For years, I dreamed of being able to walk the paths of Hogwarts and travel down Diagon ... Read on

Social work to get master’s degree program

Social work to get master’s degree program

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis plans to create a master’s degree program in social work and hopes to implement it by 2016, according to Chair of the Phylis Lan Lin Department in Social Work ... Read on

Security measures in KML renovations to be minor

Security measures in KML renovations to be minor

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

With renovations coming to the Krannert Memorial Library, security updates have been a topic of discussion. However, according to Director of the Library Matthew Shaw, the library seldom has issues with students stealing ... Read on

Men’s basketball gets back on roll

Men’s basketball gets back on roll

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

It was nothing but statistically dominant success this past weekend for the University of Indianapolis men’s basketball team, as the then No. 7 team in the country piled on another two victories over ... Read on

Katie Coyle shares novel at Kellogg Writers Series

Katie Coyle shares novel at Kellogg Writers Series

02.18.2015  |  No Comments ››

Young  adult  fiction writer Katie Coyle spoke at the University of Indianapolis’ Kellogg Writers Series on Feb. 6 in Schwitzer 010. She read her newly released book, “Vivian Apple at the End of the ... Read on

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