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Film fest features student filmmakers

Film fest features student filmmakers

04.26.2017  |  No Comments ››

The UIndy Film Club showcased films on a variety of topics at its Film Festival on April 19. Both beginners and seasoned veterans in the UIndy Film Club participated in the film festival. Of the ... Read on

Interfaith scholars work to bring different faiths together

Interfaith scholars work to bring different faiths together

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At the beginning of every calendar year, students at the University of Indianapolis have the opportunity to apply to be an interfaith scholar. The program is one of the ministries of the Office ... Read on

What is tenure?

What is tenure?

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Assistant Professor of English Kip Robisch will go up for tenure in two years at the University of Indianapolis, and while tenure is frequently discussed among faculty members, it is not a common ... Read on

Speaker shares story of rape

Speaker shares story of rape

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In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the university held a seminar with guest speaker and sexual assault survivor Liz Seccuro on April 18. Seccuro said that it is important to be aware of ... Read on

Baseball drops two against Bellarmine

Baseball drops two against Bellarmine

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[gallery columns="1" ids="14130,14127,14128,14129,14131"] Photos by Laken Detweiler With two losses both by just one point against Bellarmine University on Sunday, April 23, the University of Indianapolis men’s baseball team has now endured five losses in ... Read on

Men’s Lacrosse falls to 11th-ranked Seton Hill

Men’s Lacrosse falls to 11th-ranked Seton Hill

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Four 15-minute quarters constitute a men’s lacrosse game for 60 minutes of play. That means 60 minutes of action, but sometimes there are bumps in the road. The University of Indianapolis men’s lacrosse ... Read on

In the making of a season

In the making of a season

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Rivalries, friendships and battles stem from the precisely planned schedules made by the sports coaches of the University of Indianapolis. Among the 21 athletic teams here at UIndy, each coach plays their own ... Read on

Spring Ball game prepares football for fall

Spring Ball game prepares football for fall

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The Spring Ball game on April 14 gave The University of Indianapolis football team a chance to refine its skills and prepare for the season. Defense dominated the game and the game ended ... Read on

DAMN.

DAMN.

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The first taste of Kendrick Lamar’s new album, “DAMN.,” came after the release of “HUMBLE.” Just in the beginning, Lamar’s beats and lyrics collided beautifully. “HUMBLE.” is the kind of song that you ... Read on

UIndy theatre hosts Student Directed Productions

UIndy theatre hosts Student Directed Productions

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The Student Directed Productions at the University of Indianapolis brought an even mixture of comedy and drama this semester. The SDPs were held in the Studio Theatre at 8 p.m. in the basement ... Read on

Retiring UIndy cellist gives final string concert

Retiring UIndy cellist gives final string concert

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[gallery columns="1" ids="14066,14064,14065,14067,14068"] Photos by Kylee Crane Associate Adjunct Professor of Music Dennis McCafferty remembers starting the first chamber ensemble at the University of Indianapolis with one string quartet. After 40 years of various roles ... Read on

“Verge: Art & Design Student Exhibition” opens to the public

“Verge: Art & Design Student Exhibition” opens to the public

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For two semesters, the art and design students work on a variety of projects for a variety of reasons, but at the end of each year, they get the chance to share their ... Read on

US bombings a concern

US bombings a concern

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The United States dropped the Mother of All Bombs “MOAB” on an ISIS affiliate in Afghanistan on April 13, killing more than 90 Islamic State militants and destroying many underground bunkers and ammunitions. ... Read on

Reflector seniors say farewell to UIndy

Reflector seniors say farewell to UIndy

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Kylee Crane, Editor-in-Chief In conversations focused on my rapidly approaching graduation and years spent at UIndy, I have been asked, “So, are you satisfied with what you have done?” And I smile and immediately ... Read on

‘Nuclear option’ in Senate

‘Nuclear option’ in Senate

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PRO: The “nuclear option” that has been so covered and argued over recently is essentially a change in parliamentary rules within the United States Senate. It established the need for only a simple ... Read on

Healthcare up in the air

Healthcare up in the air

04.05.2017  |  No Comments ››

The American Health Care Act of 2017, referred to by the acronym AHCA and nicknamed Trumpcare or Ryancare, was a bill to the United States Congress, that would repeal the Patient Protection and ... Read on

Professor takes guitar students on Serbia trip

Professor takes guitar students on Serbia trip

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The opportunity of a lifetime was presented to sophomore music majors Jamie Johnson and Evan Hawk when they were invited to travel with music professor Nemanja Ostojić to attend the 18th annual Guitar ... Read on

Willey creates equal opportunities for athletes

Willey creates equal opportunities for athletes

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“It takes a village to raise a child,” is a proverb that conveys the need for the collective efforts of individuals to provide for the future.  It is also what Vice President for ... Read on

From UIndy to Latvia

From UIndy to Latvia

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Some college students know they eventually want to work abroad, but they may not get the chance to experience it right away.  But for senior English literary studies and creative writing major Erica White ... Read on

Library staff lends helping hand with research to students, staff

Library staff lends helping hand with research to students, staff

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Shelving, checking in and out and processing books, assisting patrons and working on any projects that the library needs completed are just some of the responsibilities of student librarian and senior creative writing ... Read on

US bombings a concern

US bombings a concern

04.26.2017  |  No Comments ››

The United States dropped the Mother of All Bombs “MOAB” on an ISIS affiliate in Afghanistan on April 13, killing more than 90 Islamic State militants and destroying many underground bunkers and ammunitions. ... Read on

UIndy theatre hosts Student Directed Productions

UIndy theatre hosts Student Directed Productions

04.26.2017  |  No Comments ››

The Student Directed Productions at the University of Indianapolis brought an even mixture of comedy and drama this semester. The SDPs were held in the Studio Theatre at 8 p.m. in the basement ... Read on

DAMN.

DAMN.

04.26.2017  |  No Comments ››

The first taste of Kendrick Lamar’s new album, “DAMN.,” came after the release of “HUMBLE.” Just in the beginning, Lamar’s beats and lyrics collided beautifully. “HUMBLE.” is the kind of song that you ... Read on

Film fest features student filmmakers

Film fest features student filmmakers

04.26.2017  |  No Comments ››

The UIndy Film Club showcased films on a variety of topics at its Film Festival on April 19. Both beginners and seasoned veterans in the UIndy Film Club participated in the film festival. Of the ... Read on

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