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Vakunta appointed as UIndy’s Fulbright liaison

Vakunta appointed as UIndy’s Fulbright liaison

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Representatives from the Fulbright Scholar Program approached Chair of the Department of Global Languages and Cross-Cultural Studies and Assistant Professor of French and Francophone studies Peter Vakunta last year to see if the ... Read on

Professor discusses American exceptionalism

Professor discusses American exceptionalism

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

The idea of American exceptionalism relative to foreign nations was explored during the University Series event “American Exceptionalism: A Comparative Approach” with Associate Professor of History and Political Science Milind Thakar on Feb. ... Read on

Travel ban impacts UIndy community

Travel ban impacts UIndy community

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

President Donald Trump issued an executive order that said for 90 days citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen were barred from entering the United States. Refugees from six of ... Read on

“The Color Orange” encourages diversity at UIndy

“The Color Orange” encourages diversity at UIndy

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Longtime friends and founders of the underground hip-hop group, Orange Flash, Mohammed Bilal and Josh “Boac” Goldstein visited the University of Indianapolis on Feb. 10 to discuss diversity among students on campus. Their ... Read on

Lalich added to watchlist for Player of the Year award

Lalich added to watchlist for Player of the Year award

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

To kick off the 2017 University of Indianapolis softball team’s season,  senior utility Natalie Lalich was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Schutt Sports Division II Player of the Year Award watchlist. Lalich ... Read on

Swimming and diving wins 26 conference medals

Swimming and diving wins 26 conference medals

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

After four consecutive days and 26 total team gold medals, the University of Indianapolis swimming and diving teams placed third in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament overall. The team traveled to Crawfordsville, ... Read on

King’s career high not enough for win over Parkside

King’s career high not enough for win over Parkside

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Sophomore guard Jimmy King’s career high of 22 points and nine assists was not enough for the University of Indianapolis men’s basketball team to pull out a win against the University of Wisconsin ... Read on

First winning season since 2014 for women’s basketball

First winning season since 2014 for women’s basketball

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Senior forward Nicole Anderson’s 27 points against the University of Wisconsin-Parkside Rangers was not enough to pull out a win for the University of Indianapolis women’s basketball team. After senior night celebrations, the Hounds ... Read on

CAT CAFE

CAT CAFE

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Indianapolis’ first cat café has been open for only a short time and is definitely drawing the crowds. Whether you’re a cat lover, a coffee lover or anything in between, Nine Lives Cat ... Read on

FIFTY SHADES DARKER

FIFTY SHADES DARKER

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

If you are a lover of the “50 Shades” series, “50 Shades Darker” will not disappoint. I’m going to be honest, I was pretty excited for the release of the film because it ... Read on

LE PEEP

LE PEEP

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Although I have visited a variety of Le Peep locations, I went to the restaurant on 86th Street for the first time last week. This location,  along with the many others, has a ... Read on

WHEN BREATH BECOMES AIR

WHEN BREATH BECOMES AIR

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

If you are looking for a sappy,  foolish book filled with self-pity and depressive tendencies, this is not it. “When Breath Becomes Air,” written by Paul Kalanithi, is an emotional and well-written memoir ... Read on

The Fourth Estate will not be silenced

The Fourth Estate will not be silenced

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

We all remember when we realized we wanted to be journalists. That realization came at different points. For some of us, it was a lifelong dream, fueled by our consumption of news. For others, ... Read on

Freedom of speech is applicable to all: How a violent protest at the University of California, Berkeley, promotes suppression of free speech and undermines the purposes of protesting

Freedom of speech is applicable to all: How a violent protest at the University of California, Berkeley, promotes suppression of free speech and undermines the purposes of protesting

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

The University of California, Berkeley, recently scheduled to have the controversial figure and senior editor for Breitbart News Network Milo Yiannopoulos speak on campus on Feb. 1. However, the speech was shut down due ... Read on

What on Earth are world leaders doing to combat climate change?

What on Earth are world leaders doing to combat climate change?

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Climate change, which is a direct result of pollution and over emission of greenhouse gasses, is not a singular problem caused by a single person or nation and will not be fixed by ... Read on

Valentine’s Day: Is it worth the hype?

Valentine’s Day: Is it worth the hype?

02.08.2017  |  No Comments ››

PRO: This is coming to you from a hopeless romantic. A day full of bliss, happiness and love is quickly approaching. Valentine’s Day is a holiday that lets us all celebrate the love ... Read on

RAs: Building communities

RAs: Building communities

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

When freshmen first arrive at college, they need help with many things. Sometimes, they need advice on time management or struggle with making friends or battle homesickness. Maybe they are having problems with ... Read on

From the marines to the mailroom: Ked Ramer delivers jokes and packages to students, faculty

From the marines to the mailroom: Ked Ramer delivers jokes and packages to students, faculty

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

With an average of 1,500 to 2,500 packages each month going through the mailroom and into students’ hands, many are bound to see Business Mailroom Clerk Ked Ramer and his team of student ... Read on

From professors to authors

From professors to authors

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Professor of History and Political Science Lawrence Sondhaus never dreamed of being a published writer. When he came to the University of Indianapolis in 1987, he thought he would just be a teaching ... Read on

Valentine’s Day Alternatives

Valentine’s Day Alternatives

02.12.2017  |  No Comments ››

During the prohibition era from 1920 to 1933, a “gang war reached its bloody climax in the so-called St. Valentine’s Day Massacre of 1929” in Chicago, according to Biography.com. The massacre involved Al ... Read on

Lalich added to watchlist for Player of the Year award

Lalich added to watchlist for Player of the Year award

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

To kick off the 2017 University of Indianapolis softball team’s season,  senior utility Natalie Lalich was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Schutt Sports Division II Player of the Year Award watchlist. Lalich ... Read on

Vakunta appointed as UIndy’s Fulbright liaison

Vakunta appointed as UIndy’s Fulbright liaison

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Representatives from the Fulbright Scholar Program approached Chair of the Department of Global Languages and Cross-Cultural Studies and Assistant Professor of French and Francophone studies Peter Vakunta last year to see if the ... Read on

Professor discusses American exceptionalism

Professor discusses American exceptionalism

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

The idea of American exceptionalism relative to foreign nations was explored during the University Series event “American Exceptionalism: A Comparative Approach” with Associate Professor of History and Political Science Milind Thakar on Feb. ... Read on

Travel ban impacts UIndy community

Travel ban impacts UIndy community

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

President Donald Trump issued an executive order that said for 90 days citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen were barred from entering the United States. Refugees from six of ... Read on

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