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Future Greyhound victim of Florida school shooting

Future Greyhound victim of Florida school shooting

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Nicholas Dworet could not wait to be a Greyhound. Recruited by University of Indianapolis Head Swimming and Diving Coach Jason Hite, Dworet had received a scholarship to travel to Indianapolis in the fall and ... Read on

Event celebrates Union Day

Event celebrates Union Day

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

The Myanmar Union Day Ceremony brought traditional Burmese songs, costumes and dancing to Ransburg Auditorium on Feb. 12 as part of a collaboration between the University of Indianapolis and the Burmese community of ... Read on

Schwitzer Perk changes brands

Schwitzer Perk changes brands

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Those who head to the Perk every day for their daily caffeine fix will have, most likely, noticed that it no longer serves Starbucks coffee. While the Perk II and III still serve ... Read on

10th annual DM raises funds for Riley

10th annual DM raises funds for Riley

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

UIndyDM held a six-hour long dance marathon in support of Riley Hospital on Feb. 10. UIndyDM collects donations for Riley Hospital. DM is UIndyDM’s annual event that hosts Riley Hospital children, their families and ... Read on

Track and field gears up for conference meet

Track and field gears up for conference meet

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

With a focus on preparing for the Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship meet, the University of Indianapolis Track and field team has participated in a variety of events to better prepare for the ... Read on

Wrestling goes 1-2 due to injuries and forfeits

Wrestling goes 1-2 due to injuries and forfeits

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Despite multiple injuries which forced forfeits, the University of Indianapolis wrestling team earned one win against Ouachita Baptist University during the Dr. Lombardi Duals on Feb. 11. The Hounds started off the day facing  ... Read on

Davidson becomes 40th player to hit 1,000 points

Davidson becomes 40th player to hit 1,000 points

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="15295,15291,15290"] Following the 90-79 win over William Jewell College Cardinals on Feb. 17, the University of Indianapolis men’s basketball team extended their winning streak to five games, with three road victories. Head Men’s ... Read on

Women’s lacrosse earns No. 3 in preseason poll

Women’s lacrosse earns No. 3 in preseason poll

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="15301,15302,15303"] After being chosen as the third seed in the GLIAC preseason coaches poll, the University of Indianapolis women’s lacrosse team split its first two games of the season, with a win to ... Read on

Music education students win award

Music education students win award

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

The dedication and work of two University of Indianapolis students has led to them winning an award from the Indiana Music Education Association. Junior music education major Maddison Kinter and senior music education ... Read on

GLOWGOLF

GLOWGOLF

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

When looking for something fun and at a good price, Glowgolf may be the place for you to go. This Glowgolf facility is located right in the middle of Circle Center Mall on ... Read on

MGMT “LITTLE DARK AGE”

MGMT “LITTLE DARK AGE”

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

I've always been a fan of the Alternative music genre, but was not familiar with MGMT.  Before I started listening to their new album, “Little Dark Age,” I had no idea what to ... Read on

MILKTOOTH

MILKTOOTH

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

If I had to make a quick judgement and declare my favorite restaurant, my first instinct would be to pick Milktooth. Some other restaurants may have slightly better food or a more inviting ... Read on

Piracy laws don’t work

Piracy laws don’t work

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Many millennials have been pirating their whole lives, according to Torrent Freak, a site specializing in reportage of piracy. I knew pretty early on society frowned upon this behavior. In 2005, the Motion Picture ... Read on

Anti-vaxxers’ argument invalid

Anti-vaxxers’ argument invalid

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Despite overwhelming evidence that vaccines are rarely dangerous, many parents make the choice to not vaccinate their children. According to the World Health Organization, 19.5 million (nearly one in 10) children were not ... Read on

A step in the wrong direction

A step in the wrong direction

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

As a proclaimed “Christmas present” to the citizens of the United States, President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which lowers the tax rates of individuals and corporations across the ... Read on

The State of the Union is weak

The State of the Union is weak

02.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union address on Jan. 30 in front of a joint session of both houses of Congress. Some of the topics he mentioned in the ... Read on

Sikhism blends Muslim and Hindu elements

Sikhism blends Muslim and Hindu elements

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Sikhism is a religion founded in the 15th century by Guru Nanak that encompasses parts of both the Islamic and Hindu religions, according to senior organizational leadership major Arwinder Kaur. School of Business Adjunct ... Read on

Students explain Hindu ideology

Students explain Hindu ideology

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Hinduism is one of many faiths practiced on the University of Indianapolis  campus and one of the largest polytheistic religions practiced in the world. According to graduate health science major Tanvi Jhaveri, Hinduism ... Read on

Buddhist student explains faith

Buddhist student explains faith

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, was born around 563 BCE into a wealthy family. Gautama, however, rejected his luxurious life in favor of a simpler existence based on self-discipline, or asceticism. After ... Read on

Judaism emphasizes community, professor says

Judaism emphasizes community, professor says

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

One of the world’s oldest religions, Judaism, has more than 5.7 million followers in the United States alone, according to the 2016 World Jewish Population Report. Some of those followers can be found ... Read on

Track and field gears up for conference meet

Track and field gears up for conference meet

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

With a focus on preparing for the Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship meet, the University of Indianapolis Track and field team has participated in a variety of events to better prepare for the ... Read on

Event celebrates Union Day

Event celebrates Union Day

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

The Myanmar Union Day Ceremony brought traditional Burmese songs, costumes and dancing to Ransburg Auditorium on Feb. 12 as part of a collaboration between the University of Indianapolis and the Burmese community of ... Read on

Future Greyhound victim of Florida school shooting

Future Greyhound victim of Florida school shooting

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Nicholas Dworet could not wait to be a Greyhound. Recruited by University of Indianapolis Head Swimming and Diving Coach Jason Hite, Dworet had received a scholarship to travel to Indianapolis in the fall and ... Read on

Students explain Hindu ideology

Students explain Hindu ideology

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Hinduism is one of many faiths practiced on the University of Indianapolis  campus and one of the largest polytheistic religions practiced in the world. According to graduate health science major Tanvi Jhaveri, Hinduism ... Read on

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