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Winter Festival celebrates different religions, cultures

Winter Festival celebrates different religions, cultures

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UIndy Interfaith held a Winter Festival on Nov. 30 in UIndy Hall to celebrate different religions and cultural holidays. The Winter Festival also featured speaker KP Singh, who spoke about the importance of ... Read on

Lugar makes 40th keynote address

Lugar makes 40th keynote address

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Former Sen. Richard Lugar spoke at the University of Indianapolis during the annual Symposium for Tomorrow’s Leaders, this time in celebration of the event’s 40th consecutive year. Five hundred high school juniors from ... Read on

Ambassadors set example for others

Ambassadors set example for others

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At the University of  Indianapolis, there are many different leadership opportunities for students. Symbolized by their red blazers, the students of  UIndy Presidential Ambassador Program play major roles in many on and off ... Read on

Tuition cost increases

Tuition cost increases

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Undergraduate students will face a 3.9 percent increase in tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year. This announcement is normally made in January, according to a statement released by President Robert Manuel. The rates ... Read on

Men’s basketball wins last home game of the season

Men’s basketball wins last home game of the season

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The Hounds defeated the Olivet Nazarene University Tigers in the final home game of the University of Indianapolis men’s basketball team season. In the first minutes of the game, the Tigers trailed closely behind ... Read on

Four wrestlers take home Little State titles

Four wrestlers take home Little State titles

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To get their first NCAA division II win, the University of Indianapolis Wrestling team beat the Lindenwood University Lions on Saturday evening. The Hounds ended the day with a final score of 19-17. The ... Read on

Track and field hosts first two meets

Track and field hosts first two meets

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The first two meets of the track and field season were hosted by the University of Indianapolis in the Athletic and Recreation Center. On Dec. 10, The Hounds hosted the UIndy Winter Break Meet, ... Read on

Two women’s basketball players score season highs against the Yellow Jackets

Two women’s basketball players score season highs against the Yellow Jackets

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With a win against the Cedarville University Yellow Jackets on Saturday, the University of Indianapolis women’s basketball team advanced its record to 6-3. In the last game of the seven-game road trip, two Greyhounds ... Read on

STARBUCKS

STARBUCKS

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Holiday specials are an exciting addition to my morning routine as an avid Starbucks consumer. Peppermint Mochas are a specialty I wait for all year, and to which I dedicate an embarrassing amount ... Read on

Latest theatre production brings drama into Esch

Latest theatre production brings drama into Esch

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“The Totalitarians” is a comedy about corruption in politics. This corruption is displayed through a campaign manager, Francine, who would bend morals to have a successful candidate; a ditzy Nebraska candidate, Penelope Easter, ... Read on

Opening night of Christmas Celebration fills the house

Opening night of Christmas Celebration fills the house

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The University of Indianapolis presented its annual holiday concert, “A Christmas Celebration,” on Dec. 9 in Ruth Lilly Performance Hall at 11 p.m. and Dec. 11 at 4 p.m. The presentation featured choral ... Read on

SCRAPPY LITTLE NOBODY

SCRAPPY LITTLE NOBODY

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“Scrappy Little Nobody” is Anna Kendrick’s autobiography. She shares her stories and feelings about starting off small in the acting world. You may only remember her from “Pitch Perfect” and “Twilight,” but that ... Read on

Socks for every holiday

Socks for every holiday

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No matter the price, no matter the material, holiday socks for the months of October through December should always be worn by the people of the world. Holiday socks during this holiday season ... Read on

Don’t go Russian into things

Don’t go Russian into things

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Since the end of World War II, also slightly before and during, the United States has had a very rocky relationship with Russia, to say the least. Although never actually going to war ... Read on

Keeping life in perspective

Keeping life in perspective

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As the stress of finals, papers and projects reach its pinnacle for the semester, we students begin to feel as if the weight of the world has fallen upon our shoulders. Unfortunately for ... Read on

Survival guide to parents, holidays

Survival guide to parents, holidays

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It seems like just yesterday that we were starting the semester with all new courses and catching up our roommates on the amazing summer vacation we had just had. But in case you ... Read on

Student, professor share how holidays are celebrated in the British Isles

Student, professor share how holidays are celebrated in the British Isles

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The University of Indianapolis brings together people and houses students from many different walks of life and from all over the world, such as the British Isles. Junior business administration major Shannon Coney is ... Read on

Professor shares how holidays are celebrated in Colombia

Professor shares how holidays are celebrated in Colombia

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Holidays are a big deal in Colombia, as a Catholic and Latin American country. Especially Christmas, New Year’s Eve and Carnival. According to Assistant Professor of Spanish Eduard Arriaga, who is originally from ... Read on

Student shares how festivals are celebrated in India

Student shares how festivals are celebrated in India

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Throughout the year in India, there are many different festivals around which their holidays are centered, according to Tanvi Jhaveri, a student at the University of Indianapolis from Mumbai, India who is getting ... Read on

Student shares how holidays are celebrated in Russia

Student shares how holidays are celebrated in Russia

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The holiday schedule in Russia is a little different from the schedule in the United States. New Year’s is still celebrated from Dec. 31 to Jan. 1, but the traditions are like an ... Read on

Socks for every holiday

Socks for every holiday

12.14.2016  |  No Comments ››

No matter the price, no matter the material, holiday socks for the months of October through December should always be worn by the people of the world. Holiday socks during this holiday season ... Read on

STARBUCKS

STARBUCKS

12.14.2016  |  No Comments ››

Holiday specials are an exciting addition to my morning routine as an avid Starbucks consumer. Peppermint Mochas are a specialty I wait for all year, and to which I dedicate an embarrassing amount ... Read on

Winter Festival celebrates different religions, cultures

Winter Festival celebrates different religions, cultures

12.14.2016  |  No Comments ››

UIndy Interfaith held a Winter Festival on Nov. 30 in UIndy Hall to celebrate different religions and cultural holidays. The Winter Festival also featured speaker KP Singh, who spoke about the importance of ... Read on

Student, professor share how holidays are celebrated in the British Isles

Student, professor share how holidays are celebrated in the British Isles

12.14.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis brings together people and houses students from many different walks of life and from all over the world, such as the British Isles. Junior business administration major Shannon Coney is ... Read on

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