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Dai-Jon Parker leaves his mark on UIndy community

Dai-Jon Parker leaves his mark on UIndy community

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

On the court or the field, or simply walking across campus, former senior guard Dai-Jon Parker could be seen with a bright smile on his face, something that friends and coaches say made ... Read on

New nursing program open to grad students

New nursing program open to grad students

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis has developed a new nursing program created for students who already have graduated with a different degree to attain their Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The Second Degree Accelerated ... Read on

Recent changes made to UIndy

Recent changes made to UIndy

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis has undergone a number of changes since students left campus after the 2014-2015 academic year. Updates and renovations to the library, campus apartments, athletic facilities and finishing touches to ... Read on

Student commencement speakers selected

Student commencement speakers selected

04.22.2015  |  No Comments ››

Student commencement speakers were officially announced on April 6. Senior operations, supply chain management and information  systems major Emily Bielefeld and international relations graduate student Brandon White will represent the Class of 2015 ... Read on

Men’s soccer travels to Haiti

Men’s soccer travels to Haiti

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis men’s soccer team travelled to Haiti, connecting with Nehemiah Vision Ministries to build a new soccer field for the village of Chambrun. As the group travelled south, each player ... Read on

Football looks for fourth consecutive GLVC title

Football looks for fourth consecutive GLVC title

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

With three straight Great Lakes Valley Conference titles and two playoff runs in his first five seasons with the University of Indianapolis, Head Football Coach Bob Bartolomeo is heading into his sixth season ... Read on

UIndy swimmer to compete in international event

UIndy swimmer to compete in international event

04.22.2015  |  No Comments ››

The 2012 London Paralympic Games left University of Indianapolis senior swimmer Dalton Herendeen with unfinished business, and now he is on a quest to finish what he started. Because he did not medal ... Read on

Baseball stays first in GLVC East standings

Baseball stays first in GLVC East standings

04.22.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis baseball team recently learned about a misprint in the handbook relating to the postseason. Originally, the Great Lakes Valley Conference took the top four teams from each side, but ... Read on

A Pattern of Lies

A Pattern of Lies

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

“A Pattern of Lies” is the seventh book in the Bess Crawford Mystery series, written by well-known author Charles Todd. Bess Crawford is a nurse on the front lines of France during World ... Read on

Vikings

Vikings

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

The alternative rock trio New Politics’ newest album brings the same rambunctious energy the group has become known for. Their genre-bending blend of pop, punk and dance music is still present, and their ... Read on

Straight Outta Compton

Straight Outta Compton

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

“Straight Outta Compton” follows the rise and eventual demise of the infamous and controversial rap group N.W.A. For those not privy to the group’s history, the movie provides an in-depth look into the ... Read on

Fun things to do in Indianapolis while living on a budget

Fun things to do in Indianapolis while living on a budget

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

Welcome to Indianapolis; a city many college students have decided to call home for a few years. Most students get overwhelmed when school is in session, but fear not. Indianapolis has many cheap ... Read on

Life lessons from working retail

Life lessons from working retail

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

This summer, I did what most college students do on their three-month vacation from school. I got a summer job. Instead of the cliché part-time position at a fast food joint, I decided ... Read on

Talking politics is a good place to start

Talking politics is a good place to start

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

Young voter turnout in the last election was absolutely abysmal. According to civicyouth.org, 21.3 percent of voters between the ages 18–29 turned out to vote in the 2014 midterm elections. However, I see on ... Read on

Is CrossFit Training Really Safe

Is CrossFit Training Really Safe

04.22.2015  |  No Comments ››

CrossFit training is something that has caused a multitude of questions for the human body and its capabilities. The most prominent question has been, Is CrossFit training really safe? For those who have ... Read on

Parting words from The Reflector senior staff

Parting words from The Reflector senior staff

04.22.2015  |  No Comments ››

College was both the best and worst time of my life. I think that is important for people to know. You are going to smile the biggest and cry the hardest during your ... Read on

A Pattern of Lies

A Pattern of Lies

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

“A Pattern of Lies” is the seventh book in the Bess Crawford Mystery series, written by well-known author Charles Todd. Bess Crawford is a nurse on the front lines of France during World ... Read on

Vikings

Vikings

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

The alternative rock trio New Politics’ newest album brings the same rambunctious energy the group has become known for. Their genre-bending blend of pop, punk and dance music is still present, and their ... Read on

Straight Outta Compton

Straight Outta Compton

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

“Straight Outta Compton” follows the rise and eventual demise of the infamous and controversial rap group N.W.A. For those not privy to the group’s history, the movie provides an in-depth look into the ... Read on

Kumas Corner

Kumas Corner

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

Kuma’s Corner, located on Prospect Street, is the newest restaurant to join Fountain Square in downtown Indianapolis. This burger joint is a one-stop shop for burgers named and styled after famous rock and ... Read on

Men’s soccer travels to Haiti

Men’s soccer travels to Haiti

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis men’s soccer team travelled to Haiti, connecting with Nehemiah Vision Ministries to build a new soccer field for the village of Chambrun. As the group travelled south, each player ... Read on

Life lessons from working retail

Life lessons from working retail

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

This summer, I did what most college students do on their three-month vacation from school. I got a summer job. Instead of the cliché part-time position at a fast food joint, I decided ... Read on

A Pattern of Lies

A Pattern of Lies

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

“A Pattern of Lies” is the seventh book in the Bess Crawford Mystery series, written by well-known author Charles Todd. Bess Crawford is a nurse on the front lines of France during World ... Read on

Football looks for fourth consecutive GLVC title

Football looks for fourth consecutive GLVC title

08.26.2015  |  No Comments ››

With three straight Great Lakes Valley Conference titles and two playoff runs in his first five seasons with the University of Indianapolis, Head Football Coach Bob Bartolomeo is heading into his sixth season ... Read on

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