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IndyGo’s first Red Line to connect UIndy to Downtown Indianapolis, Broad Ripple

IndyGo’s first Red Line to connect UIndy to Downtown Indianapolis, Broad Ripple

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

IndyGo is creating the first rapid transit system for the city of Indianapolis, the Red Line as part of an initiative to increase transportation services in Marion County by 70 percent. The Red ... Read on

School of Education earns full accreditation rating

School of Education earns full accreditation rating

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation has given the University of Indianapolis School of Education a full accreditation with no areas of improvement, a rating they will hold for the next ... Read on

UIndy announces on-campus parking changes for the 2018-19 academic year

UIndy announces on-campus parking changes for the 2018-19 academic year

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

With another record breaking freshmen class and ever-growing complaints about the lack of available parking, the University of Indianapolis is taking action on the issues with parking around campus. According to Vice President for ... Read on

Events shed light on sexual assault

Events shed light on sexual assault

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

For the month of April, something different was added to the Schwitzer Student Center. According to Director of Student Support and Title IX Coordinator Anne Moelk, an art installation called “What Were You ... Read on

Former UIndy coach leads IU in WNIT victory

Former UIndy coach leads IU in WNIT victory

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

After 26 years of coaching women’s basketball and her fifth trip to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament as a coach, Indiana University Head Women’s Basketball Coach Teri Moren won the championship. Moren served ... Read on

Softball gets back to the basics

Softball gets back to the basics

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

After falling to the University of Illinois-Springfield Prairie Stars in both games of the double header on April 7, Head Softball Coach Melissa Frost said that the team is getting back to the ... Read on

Softball begins season with 0-4 record

Softball begins season with 0-4 record

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

With the first conference games not taking place until March, the University of Indianapolis softball team started off their season with regional games. The Hounds were on the road for their first 14 ... Read on

Alumnus sign to play professional baseball

Alumnus sign to play professional baseball

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="15458,15459"] A dream of many young athletes is to play professional and University of Indianapolis alumus Adam Cornwell just signed to achieve that dream. Cornwell recently signed to pitch for the Traverse City ... Read on

’90s Throwback Album Review: “All Eyez on Me” by Tupac (1996)

’90s Throwback Album Review: “All Eyez on Me” by Tupac (1996)

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

The staff of The Reflector thought about our favorite entertainment from the 1990s and decided to review them. We just had one rule: They could only review what they hadn't already seen, heard or ... Read on

’90s Throwback TV Review: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990-96)

’90s Throwback TV Review: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990-96)

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

The staff of The Reflector thought about our favorite entertainment from the 1990s and decided to review them. We just had one rule: They could only review what they hadn't already seen, heard or read. The “Fresh ... Read on

Indianapolis Art Center to feature art from Greyhounds

Indianapolis Art Center to feature art from Greyhounds

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

Two University of Indianapolis seniors will contribute their own works of art to Indianapolis Art Center’s 2018 College Invitational Exhibition. The show, which happens twice a year, features work from artists currently enrolled ... Read on

UIndy’s resident string quartet: The Indianapolis Quartet

UIndy’s resident string quartet: The Indianapolis Quartet

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

For the past two years, the University of Indianapolis has set itself apart from other universities in Central Indiana by having their own resident quartet on campus. The Indianapolis Quartet was established in ... Read on

Seniors bid farewell to The Reflector

Seniors bid farewell to The Reflector

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

Erik Cliburn | Managing Editor Coming to the University of Indianapolis as a freshman, I was undecided about my major and I only vaguely envisioned myself in a writing career. I ultimately struggled during ... Read on

Focus on STEM detrimental to humanities

Focus on STEM detrimental to humanities

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

In early March of 2018, in an effort to solve a $4.5 million budget deficit, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point announced a plan to cut 13 of its humanities majors, including English, history, ... Read on

Teens should be taught about safe sex

Teens should be taught about safe sex

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

Over the past few decades, many state education systems across the United States have decided, in their infinite wisdom, that abstinence-only sex education is the best way to prevent teenage pregnancy and sexually ... Read on

Death penalty is still needed, despite its inhumanity

Death penalty is still needed, despite its inhumanity

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

As inhumane and morbid as it may sound, the death penalty is something that should remain in the United States. There are some crimes that are, frankly, so terrible that there is no ... Read on

RSOs at UIndy: UIndy PRIDE

RSOs at UIndy: UIndy PRIDE

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

Adolescence, for many in the LGBTQ community, can be a scary time,  according to junior music education major and co-chair of PRIDE Emily Larmore. Finding that one’s gender or sexual identity does not ... Read on

RSOs at UIndy: Circle K

RSOs at UIndy: Circle K

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

Embodying the University of Indianapolis’ motto, “Education for Service,”  is the volunteer organization known as Circle K. Club president and junior marketing major Jordan Nussear laughed as she acknowledged that the name is ... Read on

RSOs at UIndy: Gamers Club

RSOs at UIndy: Gamers Club

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

After studying, attending class and working, students can participate in an evening of games with friends at Gamers Club on Thursday nights. Junior psychology and criminal justice major Zachari Lynch spends his Thursday evenings ... Read on

RSOs at UIndy: the Black Student Association

RSOs at UIndy: the Black Student Association

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

Many incoming freshman seek out extracurricular activities to be apart of,  and for sophomore communication major and vice president of the Black Students Association Tyshara Loynes, that was BSA. “I wanted to join BSA ... Read on

RSOs at UIndy: UIndy PRIDE

RSOs at UIndy: UIndy PRIDE

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

Adolescence, for many in the LGBTQ community, can be a scary time,  according to junior music education major and co-chair of PRIDE Emily Larmore. Finding that one’s gender or sexual identity does not ... Read on

RSOs at UIndy: Gamers Club

RSOs at UIndy: Gamers Club

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

After studying, attending class and working, students can participate in an evening of games with friends at Gamers Club on Thursday nights. Junior psychology and criminal justice major Zachari Lynch spends his Thursday evenings ... Read on

RSOs at UIndy: Circle K

RSOs at UIndy: Circle K

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

Embodying the University of Indianapolis’ motto, “Education for Service,”  is the volunteer organization known as Circle K. Club president and junior marketing major Jordan Nussear laughed as she acknowledged that the name is ... Read on

IndyGo’s first Red Line to connect UIndy to Downtown Indianapolis, Broad Ripple

IndyGo’s first Red Line to connect UIndy to Downtown Indianapolis, Broad Ripple

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

IndyGo is creating the first rapid transit system for the city of Indianapolis, the Red Line as part of an initiative to increase transportation services in Marion County by 70 percent. The Red ... Read on

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